A look back at "Ulysses" by Miles Donovan

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 02, 2014
We first saw the Ulysses series by Miles Donovan in London back in 2012 and thought we would take a look back at the fantastic collages, a "series of images from the missing space probe Ulysses." Great collage ideas, juxtaposing images of deep space with those of both the common tourist and street scenes. Perhaps we will see some space tourists in 2014...

Digital Illustration and Collages by Luis Toledo

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 02, 2014
Life, identity, reality, status quo, intention and purpose... From very young, Luis Toledo, or La Prisa Mata, has explored our inquisitive reality, analyzing the hidden meaning of every image, and dissecting the mystery of beauty. As a meticulous collector, he gathers illustrations, textures, and fragments to create and built his images from. I recently ran into a series of works from Toledo 'Humans', depicting the form and figure in his usual insanley intricate and detailed collage process.

New Work by Bruno9Li

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 02, 2014
Brazilian artist Bruno Novelli, aka Bruno 9Li, is arguably one of the most dynamic creative figures in Brazil's contemporary art scene, his vibrant paintings encapsulating the opposing forces of nature and technology currently found in Brazilian society. With a mix of references that point to the pop culture of the present and the "New World" explorations of the past, Bruno 9Li's work transcends time and conventional classification.

Happy 2014! Lets get weirder...

Street Art // Wednesday, January 01, 2014
By the end of last night, everything appeared sort of like how this Laguna mural looks. There were distorted depth perceptions, visual hallucinations and overall confusion. Hope you’re feeling better than us on this first day of 2014. Happy New Years!

Best of 2013: Todd James, December 2013

Vault // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
And so now we come to the end of the line, the last moments of 2013. It was hard picking the best features of our print edition this year, but we tried our best to narrow it down to some unique stories, from Asger Carlsen, Geoff McFetridge, Bruce Davidson, and Julie Nord, just to name a few of the standout art we covered. Today, we end with Todd James' exceptional cover story from the December 2013 issue, done by contributing editor Joey Garfield from the artist's studio in NYC... enjoy!

Candice Tripp Illustration

Illustration // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Candice Tripp is an illustrator whose dark sense of humor is evident in everything she does. She studied fashion originally, then eventually made the switch to full-time painting. Her art is replete with masked children and cool-colored forests, the witty titles evoking mysteries and punchlines with a little bit of macabre. 

New Book: "California Surfing and Climbing in the Fifties"

Photography // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
T. Adler Books in Santa Barbara makes and designs some of the nicest books around, with a subtle look that makes each topic fit into a larger project that is connected through the publisher's aesthetic. California Surfing and Climbing in the Fifties is the publisher's newest release, with "the photographs in this volume include images of legendary surfers such as Joe Quigg, Tom Zahn, Dale Velzy and Renny Yater, in locations such as Rincon, Malibu, South Bay, Laguna and San Onofre...

New Paintings and Sketches by Andrew Pommier

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
A few weeks back, we told you about Andrew Pommier's new show in Tokyo, but we thought it may be a good time to showcase some of Pommier's 2013 selection of paintings and sketches on the site today. As always, Pommier has his original and interesting take on a figurative portrait, and we love what he has been doing over the past few years with his fine art. 

Best of 2013: Alex Kopps, November 2013

Vault // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
We have almost covered our Best of 2013 print edition features, and today we look at our November 2013 feature on Alex Kopps, a multi-talented artist who does film, painting, surf, photography, and occasionally likes to write GOTHIC DOLPHIN on things. A man who can make anything out of something. A true artist, here is our conversation with the Northern California-based artist. 

Figurative Paintings by Jeremy Mann

Erotica // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Jeremy Mann's style of figurative painting combines a series of techniques that contribute to the confident, complex and unmistakeable nature of his work. Living in downtown San Francisco, Mann is inspired by his immediate surrounds--the grit of the urban atmosphere, the intimacy and compression of city life and the electric undercerrent of sexual energy that also resides in these intimate spaces. Mann imbues the traditional form of figure painting with a dramatic contemporary edge. 

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