Juxtapoz // Monday, June 16, 2014
Published in 1986 in Weirdo #17, R. Crumb illustrated sci-fi legend Philip K. Dick's now famous religious experience, a hallucinatory spiritual "exegesis" in which he believed he encountered a God-like presence. If you are new to R. Crumb, we suggest you check out one of his fantastic anthologies. If you're new to Philip K. Dick, you're probably not. His books have been adapted into classic films such as Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, and Minority Report.
Photography // Monday, June 16, 2014
Photographer and skateboarder Devin Briggs hails from Huntington Beach, California. He approaches friends and strangers with an equally intense curiosity, collecting for viewers the visual grit of punks, dogs, and the fight at corner-store.
Photography // Sunday, June 15, 2014
From Poodle Club to Pipe Club, photographers Ursula Sprecher and Andi Corellini have sought to find the bizarre and the touching in our interests and leisure pursuits. Whilst some of the clubs are a little hard to believe exist (without wanting to name names, the Tupperware party club, coffee cream lid swap meet and the hat club did seem slightly more obscure), their documentation is quietly comforting in its reaffirmation in values of collective interest and enjoyment.
Graffiti // Sunday, June 15, 2014
Last weekend members of the DE crew came out to Los Angeles to give a wall off a busy freeway a little makeover. We were lucky enough to be invited out to snap some photos while they got their spray on. Everyone's pieces came out super sick and will make for something nice to look at while you're stuck in that awful LA traffic. Thanks to the DE crew for letting us come through and being super welcoming and friendly!
Illustration // Sunday, June 15, 2014
Geometric form and its concurrent disruption, destruction and deformation is the starting point for Sebastian Wickeroth's illustrated works. Wickeroth plays with the zest for association of the viewer who may be unable to reject the immediately arising impression of a destructive act.
Photography // Saturday, June 14, 2014
Interested in the symbiotic relationship between Monette and Mady, identical twins from Paris, photographer Maja Daniels has undertaken a poignant project that documents the quieter moments of the sister’s lives alongside their love of performance.
Juxtapoz // Friday, June 13, 2014
You have one more day to check out Dina Goldstein’s U.S. Debut, a solo exhibition of the pop surrealist photographer’s most recently published series of work, “Fallen Princesses” and “In the Dollhouse”. Goldstein’s own “storyography” conceptual style likely blends the political satire of fellow pop surrealist Ron English and the hyperreal documentary photo technique of Dorothea Lange, creating a contemporary statement unique to Goldstein’s experience in the 21st century.