Geoff McFetridge "MEDITALLUCINATION" @ V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Geoff McFetridge does a lot of things very well. He does visuals for the film "HER," collaborations with Jack Spade/Heath Ceramics/NIke/Spike Jonze, and makes beautiful minimalist paintings. He was also the cover of the September 2013 Juxtapoz print edition, and he painted a surfboard for our special benefit auction for Waves for Water that starts today. And, this Friday, March 21, he opens a brand new set of exhibition of 13 paintings, Meditallucination, at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen. 

David Shrigley "Politicians Make me Sick" Skate Deck for Park Life

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Sometimes the best part about skate deck art is when an unexpected artist get the right graphic created. I wouldn't think of British artist David Shrigley to be one of the skate graphic types, but his fantastic "Politicians Make Me Sick" deck for our friends at Park Life in San Francisco works just right. Made in a limited quantity of 150, the deck is going for $125 on the Park Life site. 

The Photographic Worlds of Anne Hardy

Photography // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
For years, photographer Anne Hardy has been creating intricately detailed interiors that she constructs herself and then photographs. Her use of bold colors and unique object placement often make her images resemble a set from a Wes Anderson film or a scene from an episode of Twin Peaks. 

Kahn & Selesnick's "Mars: Adrift On the Hourglass Sea" Series

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
We love a good conceptual photo series, and the Kahn & Selesnick's fantastically visionary Mars: Adrift On the Hourglass Sea photography series is one of our favorites we have seen in quite some time. Envisioning an expedition and civilization on Mars, the work focuses on societies in crisis and on the brink of major change, and although the work appears alien, the DYI and recycled nature of some of the materials in each photo makes everything appear familiar.

Real-Life Tetris by Michael Johansson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
If you want someone to come tidy your apartment, we think we have found your man in Michael Johansson, an artist who takes a real-life Tetris approach to both public and fine art. The artist has a knack of compartmentalizing the right objects into the right spaces to create incredible collages of no longer used goods in a colorful, eye-popping way. Michael is featured in our current, April 2014 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.

Printmaking and Beyond with Jack Damer

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Jack Damer is a printmaker concentrating on the act of “making” and getting hands-on with his creations. Ranging in traditional printmaking techniques to digital formats, Damer creates atmospheres of futuristic scenes, industrial settings, and abstract displays of color and materials...

Illustrations by Luke Ramsey

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Luke Ramsey is one of the founders of Islands Fold, an artist residency located on Pender Island, B.C, Canada. Luke has collaborated with over 100 different artists to date and exhibits internationally. Luke’s work is about finding harmony in organized chaos.

A collection of vintage Japanese Illustrations and Designs

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
50watts recently posted some additions to one of our favorite series on their site, Space Teriyaki, a collection of scans from their stash of books and catalogs on Japanese illustration and design.

Buildings Inspired by Famous Works of Art

Design // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
We featured Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina's Archiset series of illustrations depicting iconic architecture portrayed in films. He is back again with "Archist" an equally fun project that illustrates imaginary buildings inspired by famous works of art. What would a Warhol, Picasso, or Mondrian-designed house look like? 

JR @ Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, Germany

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 17, 2014
JR is probably one of the most recognizable artists working in contemporary and public art today. He has transcended pop-culture to be a spokesperson for public art. The exhibition at the Museum Frieder Burda is being curated by Patricia Kamp in close collaboration with JR. Using photographs and videos by the artist, it presents his early and ongoing projects and thus provides a retrospective look into JR’s overall artistic development.

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