Super Saturated: James Jirat Patradoon

Illustration // Saturday, October 19, 2013
Amazing illustrations form a guy from Thailand. Born in 1985 in Thailand and raised in Sydney, Australia on a super-diet of cartoons, comic books, and sci-fi movies. James Jirat Patradoon now makes giant candy coloured screenprints/posters you can look at and adore but cannot eat. "I worry about alternate realities, the poor Hikikomoris, and cosplay supplies. One day I want to publish a book about my research into parallel universes but until then I will stick to drawing pictures.”

Eli Craven's ‘Screen Lovers’

Erotica // Friday, October 18, 2013
In his series ‘Screen Lovers’, Illinois-based artist Eli Craven reinvents through the art of cutting, collaging, and folding. Craven gathered film stills from a photo book, combining beautiful and iconic movie couples while composing the work to produce the romantic and intensely sensual...

Alex Pardee's "Bunnywith" @ Gallery 1988:East, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Tonight, October 19th at 7pm, at Gallery 1988: East in LA, our good friend Alex Pardee will be opening his most prolific, ambitious, affordable, silly and IMMATURE solo art gallery that he has ever attempted in his life! Alongside some new paintings, toys and masks, he will be simultaneously releasing over 100 new brand new "Bunnywith" prints and that's not even including a ton of free things that he'll be giving away for no other reason than because he appreciates you. So get yourself there!

Opening: "Brutal" by Lazarides Gallery @ 180 The Strand

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Lazarides Gallery in London is keeping up the tradition of off-site exhibitions during the Frieze Art Week, and this year its Brutal that is being presented. Lazarides and The Vinyl Factory present an exhibition of original artwork over a sprawling creative space in central London. Within theme BRUTAL, 16 artists created a mixture of installation, murals, film, animation, sound and dance interventions in a cavernous space below 180 The Strand.

Craig Redman "Since Never" @ The Garage, Amsterdam

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
We just received a nice message from our friend Craig Redman, who opens a new body of work, Since Never, at The Garage in Amsterdam on November 1st. The show "explores new acquaintances and old friends through portraiture...."

This Weekend, follow us as we chase our #WildRabbit

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
We all have our own "Wild Rabbits": those ever-elusive things we passionately pursue--no matter how far, no matter the cost. Our Wild Rabbits propel us onward, upward, and forward; they compel us to keep chasing that which means the most to us, though we know it will always remain just out of reach. This drive never settles, and ultimately takes us on a remarkable journey that is as important as the destination itself.

Incredible Acrylic Paintings by Korea's Kim Hyo-Suk

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Sometimes you see a series of paintings and just get stuck in a moment of awe. Korean artist, Kim Hyo-Suk, created this incredible series of acrylic paintings, My Floating City, with each painting sizing at around 6-feet x 7-feet. 

"Muertitias," Krisztianna's Flower Masks

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Each of these four "Murertitias" by Krisztianna represent the seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter. The mixed media wall pieces explore the artist's artistic influences and the cycles of nature. Birth, death, and rebirth. "The art of the sugar skull is a perfect visual to help me express the joy of life and my respect of finality."

Music Video: Atoms for Peace "Before Your Very Eyes"

Music // Friday, October 18, 2013
Following a performance at the Hollywood Bowl and prior to one at Treasure Island Music Festival here in San Francisco, Thom Yorke's Atoms For Peace released a new video for the opening track of their album Amok, "Before Your Very Eyes." Watch Yorke crumble in a flowing stop motion river of, well, you sort of have to watch it for yourself...

Portraits Made From Food, Plants and other Organics by Klaus Enrique

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Based on Giuseppe Arcimboldo's 400-year-old paintings, New York-based artist Klaus Enrique constructs figures out of plants and food. "Although most reconginze the images immediately as portraits, there are many people who do not. At first they only see the individual parts of the image: the fruits, flowers, and vegetables...simple organic objects come together to create something more meaningful than the sum of its parts."

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