The Illustrated Black Power Tarot Deck

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Musician King Khan and graphic artist Michael Eaton have collaborated to create an illustrated black power tarot deck. The deck incorporates black musicians as well as other black public figures into a traditional tarot card structure. The project was overseen by Chilean filmmaker and artist Alejandro Jodorwosky. 

Traveling Photo Exhibit Examines the Lives of the Worlds Wealthiest 1%

Photography // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Myles Little examines wealth inequality through a traveling documentary photography exhibit and book project. One Percent: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality attempts to present an unglamorized, realistic view of life for those on the top of the wealth pyramid alongside images of those in the rest of the wealth spectrum. The book and show incorporate the work of 26 photographers.

Italian Artist Agostino Iacurci Collaborates with Children for Atlanta Mural

Street Art // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
Italian artist Agostino Iacurci and All City Canvas teamed up in Atlanta for a three-day workshop for the children of Camp Best Friends summer program at the Center of Hope. The children created "imaginary portraits" that were later put together to compose a large collective piece that was revealed to their families during a celebratory BBQ at the Center.

Apolo Cacho's Perverse And Magical Worlds

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
It’s hard to define illustrator and painter Apolo Cacho’s work; it’s a mixture of perverse, obscure, morbid but also magical and beautiful. Formed and based in Mexico City, his first solo show in 2013 at Fifty24MX Gallery journeyed into the decadence and power of breathtaking paintings of warrior-like characters coming alive through textures and colors. 

Sculptural Makeup by Holly Sillius

Fashion // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
We’re entranced with multidisciplinary artist Holly Sillius’ elaborate makeup shoots. Sillius uses nontraditional makeup materials to create radical color pallettes or sculpural objects out of faces. In her Under the Skin series, she pastes leather collages onto faces, playing with textural representations and shades of the skin beneath.

Crowdfunded Public Light Installation Will Illuminate Chicago's L-Tracks

Street Art // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
The Wabash Lights, a public art installation proposed by designers Jack Newell and Seth Unger, recently surpassed its funding goal of $55,000 on Kickstarter. The project will install colored lights on the underside of the Chicago’s L-Train tracks. The LED lights will be controlled by users who will be able to create patterns via the project’s website or web application, which is still under development. 

The Tulsa Artist Fellowship's Inaugural Class

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 05, 2015
The George Kaiser Family Foundation has announced the 12 artists who will comprise the Tulsa Artist Fellowship’s (TAF) inaugural class. Hailing from nine different states, the class includes artists specializing in weaving, sculpting, installations, painting and public art. Possessing a wide variety of experiences and talents, the fellows will be immersed into the local art scene through gallery shows, community-wide art festivals and First Friday Art Crawls.

Basebrawls by Harrison Freeman

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 04, 2015
In case you didn't know, today marks the anniversary of the time a really old Nolan Ryan beat the crap out of a really young Robin Ventura on the baseball diamond. Yes, on August 4, 1993, Nolan Ryan was a superstar, certain Hall-of-Famer at the age of 46 and Robin Ventura was a good baseball player and still at the ripe age of 26. And the latter got hammered, literally, by the former. Last year at Ampersand Gallery, Harrison Freeman created a series of drawings and artwork he called "Basebrawls." Let's look back... 

Interview with Monica Canilao on Her "Alchemy" Exhibit @ Inner State Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 04, 2015
For mixed-media artist Monica Canilao’s latest curated exhibition Alchemy, she called on dozens of her closest friends from all over the country, bringing a massive install to Detroit’s Inner State gallery, complete with a gallery wide takeover. In connection with the show, 1xRUN’s Editor-In-Chief Pietro Truba caught up with Canilao to discuss her recent work, curating Alchemy and more.

Empire State Building Turned Into Light Show for Endangered animals

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 04, 2015
Kind of an amazing few events happened in NYC this past weekend that involved lights. First, Os Gemeos has a residency throughout August in Times Square, and on August 1st, The Empire State Building was transformed into a stunning light show for endangered animal awareness. 

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