The Civil Public Art Of Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 18, 2014
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh’s art project, “Stop Telling Women to Smile,” took off about 18 months ago when she began put up self-portraits in her neighborhood. After interviewing about 15 women, she created poster portraits of them, which then spread by social media...

Classic New York Subway photo collection

Graffiti // Friday, April 18, 2014
If you love graffiti, photos like these never get old. Flickr member Zomboider has been compiling classic New York graffiti subway photos found around the web and his page has become over time dense in content. All the staple pioneer names work and lesser known participants can be found in this archive. 

SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot @ Oakland Museum of California

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 17, 2014
OMCA features the major exhibition, SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot featuring works by 15 contemporary artists who have been a part of the magazine's social and cultural evolution. Co-curated by Giant Robot visionary Eric Nakamura and OMCA’s Associate Curator of Art & Material Culture Carin Adams, SuperAwesome presents new or recent works by California and international-based artists affiliated with the influential magazine that brought Asian, trans-Pacific popular culture to mainstream audiences in the United States.

RESONANCE: The Thoughts Before Thought @ Headscapes Warehouse, Long Island City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Opening tonight in Long Island City at the Headscapes Warehouse is an artist-organized warehouse show that goes through the April 27, 2014. "RESONANCE" is based around Carl Jung's philosophy on dreams, where a dozen artists dig into archetypes and magic, and, like Jung, apply it to the everyday, to the home. In this collaborative, artist-run group show, the most common objects have deeper meanings, darker pasts, and, most importantly, shared meanings.

Scene Report: Washington, D.C

Graffiti // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Ray Mock aka Carnage NYC switches cities this week and delivers a Washington, D.C. Report.

Lee Friedlander - The Printed Picture @ Pratt Brooklyn Campus Library

Photography // Thursday, April 17, 2014
On April 30th, Pratt Institute in Brooklyn will be hosting an exhibition of books (1969–2014) and related ephemera by famed photographer Lee Freidlander. 

The Work of Clay Hickson

Illustration // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Based in Chicago, IL, Clay Hickson is a free lance illustrator who has done work for Bloomberg View, The Fader Magazine, Editorial Magazine, AQQ Design, to name a few. Hickson's style is a fusion of pop-surrealism, the 1990's, and occasionally breakfast.

Classic Paintings in Google Street View

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 17, 2014
Here’s another classic collection by Google Street View specialist Halley Docherty, but now with classic paintings of world cities.

In the Magazine: Alana Dee Haynes, April 2014

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 17, 2014
We all see the world through a slightly different lens, and a good photograph, painting, movie, or song beckons us to see, hear, and maybe even feel, in a fresh way. Among other things, Amanda Dee Haynes sees patterns. And she has found a way to share, or perhaps just remind us of that perspective in a very literal sense, by drawing those patterns and details on photographs: snapshots of what someone else sees. This led to drawing patterns on what someone else wears, sharing her subconscious in a tactile and relatable fashion. 

World Cup Posters 1930-2014

Design // Thursday, April 17, 2014
If you are anything like us you've dreamed and talked about going to the next world cup and then never followed through on it, again. This year's in Brazil will be the 20th World Cup (hey it's our 20th anniversary too...) and we can't wait. To get you pumped, here is a collection of every single World Cup Poster since 1930.

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