Trixter RF

Graffiti // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Trixter from Los Angeles has mastered his spray autograph and continues to produce amazing new pieces all the time.

Last House Standing by Ben Marcin

Photography // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Living and working in Baltimore, MD, an area of constant demolition and reconstruction, photographer Ben Marcin became fascinated by the existence of lone row houses. Homes that were once nestled in a row of other matching building, but have since been left standing alone. 

Designers Hack 3D Printer to Make an Automated Tattoo Machine

Design // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Appropriate Audiences, a Paris-based design studio, has taken a 3D printer and combined it with a tattooist's needle to make an automated Tattoo "Printer." The studio took Autodesk software and turned tattoo designs into digital files that are downloaded into the machine. Then, a brave soul inserts the part of their body they wish to get tattooed and the needle starts working away at their skin. The needle is able to read and respond to changes in skin texture and the dimensions of the limb.

Nadezhda Illarionova's Dark Fairy Tales

Illustration // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Nadezhda Illarionova is a Russian graphic artist and illustrator. Her whimsical illustrations, with nude nymph harpists and a cathedral filled with grisaille human-swan hybrids, seem as if they are pulled right from children's stories. But with dark, earthy palettes and faces that range from surprised to devious, we suspect these images telling the Grimm not Disney versions.

The Quiet Life x Katsuo Design

Design // Thursday, October 30, 2014
For The Quiet Life's latest collection, the brand collaborated with Japanese artist and illustrator Yusuke of Katsuo Design. To celebrate the resulting "Jump On It" there is a pop up show at The Slow Culture Gallery in Los Angles through Sunday, November 2ndKatsuo has put together a special installation of wooden sculptures & xerox posters for the event.

Andy Warhol And His Mother's Little-Known Collaborations

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Way before Andy Warhol became the Pop pioneer that we now know him to be, he worked as a freelance children’s book illustrator. And in 1954, Andy and his mother Julia Warhola released a limited-edition book titled 25 Cats Name Sam and One Blue Pussy. Not only is the title quirkily ungrammatical, there are only 16 cats in the book. Enjoy!

Juxtapoz Hyperreal: Perspective - Zaria Forman

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Juxtapoz Hyperreal, the newest addition to our book series, features a new generation of painters who have excelled at photorealism and hyperrealism, but have taken the mediums and injected them with new styles, techniques, ideas and individual personality. Brooklyn-based artist Zaria Forman, who is included in the book, draws large scale pastels that document Earth's shifting landscape and the effects of pregressive climate change.

Soze + Modernica Present "The Soze Collection"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
On Saturday, November 1st, 2014 Soze Gallery will be presenting an exhibit of unique custom painted Modernica fiberglass shell chairs made on the original Herman Miller Equipment to benefit The Art of Elysieum. Established artists including RETNA, Erin Riley, Aaron De La Cruz, Ben Frost, Mel Kadel and many others will display custom painted chairs that are works of art in and of themselves.

Hyperphotos by Jean-François Rauzier

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier's images are approximately 10,000 times the resolution of a normal photograph. The image remains extremely crisp even when blown up to 66 feet wide (two school buses). Rauzier began his career as a fashion photographer but had always longed to break out of the constraints of the industry. Realizing he could use digital photography to compose a grid of pictures, the artist went on to create these incredibly detailed panoramas.

Jung-Yeon Min's Investigations of Time

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Jung Yeon Min’s works are highly imaginative and rich. One finds multiple worlds, the extraordinary and the realistic, notions of micro and macro, and manipulations of space and time in her work. Specifically, her work offers two equal but divergent investigations. On the one hand, she envisions and explores a mysterious and fantastical world. 

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