Stanley Donwood does JG Ballard in "Dream Cargo" @ Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
Lawrence Alkin Gallery proudly presents our current exhibition Dream Cargo: a unique special presentation of 21 reinterpreted book cover artworks for JG Ballard by Stanley Donwood (famous for his artwork he creates for this little band known as Radiohead). The exhibition showcases all of the 21 reinterpreted cover artworks produced by Stanley Donwood, with each piece being presented for sale as extremely limited Diasec mounted lambda prints. Smaller giclée editions of the book covers, including all the cover text, are also available to purchase. The show is on through April 25, 2015. 

Crystal Wagner Goes Big

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
We wanted to check up on artist Crystal Wagner and our eyes bugged out when we saw the massive installations she’s been making out of chicken wire, tape, and those flimsy, plastic birthday party tablecloths! It’s hard to believe these amoebic, Seussian constructions could be made of such unexpected materials, and we love this latest direction of Wagner’s work, which has been prolific and stunning so far. The elements of her drawings and print work have come to life in a big way through this new sculptural work.

HUF x SOUTH PARK x 420 PACK

Fashion // Monday, April 20, 2015
Today is that day, and what would 420 be without a little South Park and some weed socks? Our good friends at HUF have just released a special "Huf x South Park x 420" collection consisting of a custom shaped skateboard deck, easy shorts, socks, tote, towel and tees, the 9 piece graphic collection features infamous characters Towelie and Randy during their finest moments from the show. Some say 420, we say all year round goods. We are looking at you, Colorado.

The Haas Brothers Are Party Gods

Design // Monday, April 20, 2015
Check out those gold buns, a hilarious object titled “Fanny DeVito,” crafted by the goofy-chic Haas Brothers. From rarefied furniture made for Versace, to Lady Gaga’s custom wings, their work is insanely luxe and over-the-top, while maintaining a fashionable sense of humor. Perhaps you noticed their forty-three ton “Party God” statue made of hand carved marble at Coachella...

Paintings by Peter Schenck

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
We’ve been enjoying the work of Brooklyn artist Peter Schenck on Instagram and wanted to share recent images from his website, where he explains his paintings of balled up shapes, and his personal being: “When it comes to what is essential, I mostly consist of flannel shirts, pizza slices, legs, feet and a few orifices...  

Celebrate with Stone Quackers

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
It's an international holiday today, and we suggest you celebrate your mental state by overdosing on Stone Quackers, our favorite new cartoon show, which is a masterpiece by a mastermind, one of our favorite buddies, Ben Jones. Watch it all day on Hulu, even if you've already seen it. 

Familiar Faces by Alan Miknis

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
Artist Alan Miknis referenced the same vintage photo of two children singing to create every single one of his “Middle Americana” portraits, which are funny and creepy (in a good way).

Powerful Portraits: Joel Daniel Phillips

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
San Francisco artist Joel Daniel Phillips who will be showing work at Art Market SF beginning April 29. He’s also a brand ambassador for art supplier Conté à Paris, as he should be, since he favors their charcoal and handles it expertly to create life size portraits.

Ryann Slauson’s Handmade Household

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 20, 2015
Ryann Slauson makes endearing installations and familiar objects using humble materials. Her practice can best be described by the bio on her website, “Ryann’s work is highly personal, utilizing basic and cheap methods and materials such as plaster, paper mache, and silkscreening to invest her pieces with a sense of vulnerability and labor...  

Impeach interviewed by Medium

Graffiti // Sunday, April 19, 2015
When you think of radical political art, you think of anarchy: ‘Eat the Rich,’ or something. The stuff I do is almost moderate, like ‘Don’t Torture.’ To me, that’s just common sense. It’s not a radical idea. But I’m saying it out loud," says Impeach in an interview he recently did with Medium.com.

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