Asger Carlsen for Resort Fashion

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
NY Mag’s The Cut recently made the wise decision of sending a shipment of Resort Fashion over to New York-based artist Asger Carlsen and gave him complete creative control to interpret the clothes how he felt fit. Inspired by African masks, Carlsen manipulated and sculpted the models to his instantly recognizable style producing a stunning body of images. 

Mathieu Bernard-Reymond’s “Intervalles”

Photography // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Through the use of multiple exposures, photographer Mathieu Bernard-Reymond creates a visual survey of human movement in his series “Intervalles”. By taking multiple photographs of the same scene from the same viewpoint, Bernard-Reymond is able to combine the figures in each individual photograph into one. 

Hudson Marquez "Rhythm and Shoes" @ La Luz de Jesus, LA

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Hudson Marquez is famous to you and me because he is one of the main men behind Cadillac Ranch, the amazing public art installation and sculpture in Amarillo, Texas. And he is going to be even more famous to you and I by having a feature in an upcoming issue of Juxtapoz as well as his current exhbition, Rhythm and Shoes, at La Luz de Jesus in Los Angeles. Says Marquez, "Ike Turner… Little Richard… Papa Lightfoot… Freddie King… Johnny Ace… Blaze Starr… Candy Barr… Lili St. Cyr. They all connect here in this series of paintings. Having heard tales of the RnB stars of the past, I’ve brought some to life. True Stories… Maybe."

Real Surreal Photography by Andi Galdi Vinko

Erotica // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
There are both surreal and subtly odd things going on in this photo series bt Andi Galdi Vinko for Dazed. The Hungarian artist says of the series, “I usually only work with hairstylists and makeup artists when it comes to commissioned projects and usually our hands are tied and we can't go crazy. Here, we had no rules to follow, no client and no demands”. Well, she and her friends basically have made us all wonder if you are supposed to have glue that close to your belly button. 

Lord Nychos

Graffiti // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Nychos is known predominantly for his highly detailed dissected characters, but the artist also has the ability to turn out some stylish letters as well. 

Amy Judd's Silent Moments

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
London-based artist Amy Judd creates a collection of sensitive silent moments; some full of whimsical intrigue, others more surreal and seductive. Her paintings draw inspiration from the enchanting and imaginative relationship between women and birds found in traditional mythologies and folklores...

Marie-Lou Desmeules Turns People Into Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Leave it to Todd Oldham to introduce us to the strangest sculptures we’ve seen this year. Artist Marie-Lou Desmeules covers real humans in plastic and paint to create a living, grotesque but mesmerizing sculptures of well known figures, including celebrities and world leaders. Using a human armature is pretty a smart way to bring new “life” to your artwork, don’t you think?

Drawings by Corey Best

Illustration // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Corey Best was born in the rural countryside of northeastern Indiana but grew up throughout many towns and cities across Michigan. From the full range of environments spanning from the United States to Asia that were interacted within, he learned how large the world really was in all its wonder. Currently he has been living in different locations across northern Thailand since his move from Japan. His first love was nature and he to this day loves to wander and float, listening to and learning from all that he can from the ever expanding voids around him.

An Update with Brian Donnelly

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Here's some newer work from a Juxtapoz favorite, Brian Donnelly, who usually shows up in our Erotica department with his portraits of beastly nudes. Brian is a visual artist and illustrator based in Toronto, Ontario whose new work is tending towards running pigments and illness, while maintaining his signature portraiture style.

Ekaterina Panikanova's Paintings on Books

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova paints across deliberately arranged spreads of old books and documents. The groupings of book act as a single but interrupted canvas for beautiful paintings and illustrations.


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