Paintings by Philip Harris

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Philip Harris is an English artist specializing in realistic figurative painting and portraiture in oils or pencil drawing. Despite the extraordinarily technical approach to his work he is a highly personal and expressive artist whos paintings are sometimes disturbing and confrontational.

Paper-stack Photos by Aleksandra Domanović

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Berlin-based artist Aleksandra Domanović piles size A3 and A4 paper with photos printed on them in the 'border-less' print setting, coloring the ends of the paper and revealing an image when stacked! 

"Powidoki," Photographs by Pawel Fabjanski

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 06, 2013
We are enjoying these photographs by Pawel Fabjanski, Zuza Slominska, and RunRun this morning. Titled "Powidoki," the series features objects arranged in visually interesting patterns and compositions, sometimes digitally retouched in unlikely but almost obsessively compulsive ways.

"Vicious Cycle" by Broken Fingaz

Street Art // Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Broken Fingaz recently painted this piece that resembles a postcard with the stamp at the top right and a large tag line that reads, “Escape through the bottlenesck! Vicious Cycle.” Death, illusion and reality.

Arcade Fire's "Reflektor": The Story Behind the Album Cover

Music // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Over the past two months or so, Arcade Fire's return has been one of the highlights of the fall music release schedule. For us, we have always been huge Arcade Fire fans not just because of the music but because of the care and attention they put into their album art design and entire look for a tour and stage production. Whether having Spike Jonze direct a short in conjunction with The Suburbs LP,  or their new media experiments on their website, the Montreal-band pays close attention to art in relation to their music. Their newest LP, Reflektor, takes this care to a new level... 

Tony Hawk @ Ride It Sculpture Park, Detroit

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
If you have followed Juxtapoz over the past 5 years, you know that we have been working closely with Power House Productions in Detroit to help build and sustain a creative-driven and influenced neighborhood in Detroit. We have worked with Swoon, Monica Canilao, RETNA, Ben Wolf, Richard Colman, Matthew Barney, Lance Mountain, Thrasher Magazine's Joe Brook, and the PHP team of Mitch Cope and Gina Reichart to keep more and more projects alive in the neighborhood where our 15th Anniversary benefit and auction helped fund the purchase of numerous homes... 

Dave Schubert "Recent Work" @ Electric Works, SF

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
One of the great contemporary photographers to come out of San Francisco over the past two decades, with a fantastic documentation of street culture that extends from graffiti to eaves-dropping moments, Dave Schubert just opened a series of new photo works at Electric Works in San Francisco this past weekend. From the gallery: "Schubert's deep commitment to documenting life on the street and his scholarship of the history of photography equal a powerful body of work. Often risking his own well-being Schubert makes images very few of us would dare to take, even if we were to witness them. ..."

Issue Preview: December 2013 w/Todd James, Alex Prager, Eric White + More

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
We end the year on a high, high note, with a great December 2013 cover story on artist Todd "REAS" James. We have been scheduling a story with Todd for a bit now, and after the VMAs with the Miley bears, and another year where his exhibitions seems to get more and more stunning, we thought it was time to send contributing editor Joey Garfield out to NYC to catch up with REAS about pirates, girls, Mileys, vandals, and the evolution of his craft. 

Cannonball Press Presents "PRINTS GONE WILD 2013!"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
A good tradition being celebrated in Brooklyn this week. Cannonball Press, featured in our print edition in the past and purveyors of screenprints from their studio in Brooklyn, are holding the 7th annual "Prints Gone Wild" celebration, assembling "an extraordinary menagerie of graphic artists under one roof who will be present displaying and selling their prints for $50 or less for one night only on November 8th at LITTLEFIELD NYC."

Hush "Fatales" @ The Outsiders, London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
From the Outsiders: Lauded worldwide for his passionate canvases and murals, Fatales sees HUSH's work evolving beyond his trademark portrayals of Japanese subjects. While the manga-influenced Nipponettes that made his name will still feature, Fatales also includes portraits of modern-day European seductresses. our friend, Butterfly, made it to the opening of Hush's London solo show this past weekend...

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