An update with Post

Graffiti // Thursday, May 07, 2015
Today we check in on what Post has been up to in the spray department.

What Antarctica Looks Like When Shot by Drone Footage

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
This is coming from a guy who cried while watching "Field of Dreams" the other night, but this drone footage, shot over Antarctica, made me cry this morning. Maybe it was the soundtrack, the beauty of nature, life, the silence, the power, all of the above, I don't know. But I dare you to watch this and not get a little emotional. 

Travis Louie "Archive of Lost Species" @ Roq La Rue, Seattle

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Travis Louie returns to Roq La Rue with Archive of Lost Species, a collection of works featuring his signature host of fantastical characters. His work is highly influenced by Victorian and Edwardian oddities and portraiture, and he often refers to his style as a kind of 'cryptozoology'. Informed by the stories he writes, his characters inhabit a world shared with other strange creatures, mythological figures, and extinct or exaggerated versions of animals we know.

Preview: "Cinco de Mayo" @ Inner State Gallery, Detroit

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
As part of the celebrations that will take place in Detroit for the Cinco de Mayo, Inner State Gallery in conjunction with Mexico City-based Gallery FIFTY24MX, will present an exhibition with 12 emerging and established artists from both cities. Along with the exhibition, some murals will be painted in Southwest Detroit by Freddy Diaz, Marka 27, Saner and Jesus Benitez will be painted. the last two being a reference of contemporary muralism in Mexico.

The Work of Luis Díaz Godoa (VENA2)

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
The artist’s creative process goes hand in hand with his mother’s flower therapy, in her sessions she obtains information to know what the exact requirements of each person are, and with the extract of different flower essences she creates a potion which the artist then interprets in his pieces. 

Paintings and Collages by Nadira Husain

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Our relation to images is conditioned by the various pictorial conventions of Western culture. Paris and Berlin-based artist Nadira Husain addresses them in her work, albeit decidedly not from a traditional Western male perspective. Her generally figurative pictures display the influence of both Indian miniatures and the feminist theoretical apparatus. 

The Works of Valery Barykin

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
We are quite sure we don't fully understand what the texts say in these illustrations of Valery Barykin, but something we do understand, and something we are fascinated by are the odd pseudo 1950's situations and poses in which the Russian artist shows the women in his works. Add the camera phones with a series of works that are highly influenced by the communist posters of former Soviet Union, and it just get weirder.

Forest scenery fill in...

Graffiti // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Continuing to expand the limits of his application process with just a simple throw up and doing it well, Guns uses a forest scenery as his fill in. 

Life in the Nude: Dario Campanile

Erotica // Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Born April 21, 1948 in Rome, Dario Campanile started to sketch as a very young child. At the age of six, his talent for art was encouraged with the gift of a small set of watercolors from an uncle, himself a painter. When he was 14, Dario was bedridden with a kidney ailment for three months, and his father gave him his first oil paints to cheer him up. As soon as he began to work with them, there was a sense of familiarity of being able to easily express himself in this medium...

Jacqueline Hassink’s “View, Kyoto” @ Benrubi Gallery

Photography // Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Until May 9 a collection of photographs will be on display by artist Jacqueline Hassink at Benrubi Gallery in New York. The series titled “View, Kyoto” captures the natural beauty and unique architecture of Kyoto’s Zen Buddhist temples and gardens.

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