Butcher's Hook @ Yves Laroche, Montreal

Street Art // Saturday, June 08, 2013
The two-person exhibition Butcher’s Hook featuring the work of Jesse Hazelip and Jon Todd opens tonight, June 8, 2013 at Yves Laroche in Montreal, Quebec. Todd will be showing new expressionistic-like portrait paintings, while Hazelip’s work is ballpoint pen drawings and mixed media. Each have a very different esthetic but both share a common ground in focusing on suppressed and marginalized members of society. 

In the Juxtapoz Store Now: 5-Panel Hat Release

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
As 2013 has roared itself right into summertime, we just released our brand new Juxtapoz logo 5-panel hats, available in both grey and olive green. Guess what? Its almost the weekend, you are probably doing a bit of clock watching, hell, you may have stopped paying attention on Wednesday, who knows? But what we do know is head on over to Shop.Juxtapoz.com to get yourself a hat. Thank you to SF-based artist Ian Johnson for giving a good pose for the grey version. 

Benjamin Thomas Rawson: Abstract B-Ball Jams

Illustration // Friday, June 07, 2013
Ben­jamin Thomas Raw­son is an artist from the UK whose work is a playful, surreal display of obstacle course excitement. Benjamin’s mixed-media pieces depict­ a variety of pattern and form through basketballs, lad­ders, walk­ways, and tow­ers- highlighted by rainbows, plants and the occasional tye-dye tapestry. Completely entertaining pieces of visual stimulation.  

Watch: Madlib Interview @ Medicine Show Live in London

Music // Friday, June 07, 2013
It's no secret that the Juxtapoz office is a big fan of Madlib. In fact, we may or may not be attending his Welcome to Zamrock show tonight in San Francisco... As it's rare to see an interview with the man and he has gotten us excited about the prospect of new Quasimoto, Madvillain, and J Dilla has an unreleased Jazz album? We thought we would post this video by Tom Stokes of Madlib, aka Quasimoto, aka Beat Konducta, aka DJ Lord Such, aka.... at the Medicine Show in London! 

AI Weiwei discusses his cover of TIME Magazine

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
TIME Magazine just unveiled the cover of their newest issue, and we know how hard it is for a weekly news magazine to garner attention for their covers, but Ai Weiwei will definitely get you on the arts and culture blogs. The cover features the attention-grabbing statement: "The World According to China".  Editor Rick Stengel was quoted on TV as saying, "I actually think it's the most beautiful cover we've ever done in our history." Well done, well timed, and yes, it is really beautiful.

SurfLand: The Photography of Joni Sternbach

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
Joni Sternbach was born in the Bronx, New York. She graduated from New York University/International Center of Photography with an M.A. in Photography in 1987. She was part of the adjunct faculty at New York University for over 20 years, and is currently a faculty member at ICP and the Center for Alternative photography teaching wet plate collodion.

Audrey Kawasaki + Esao Andrews @ Thinkspace Booth, SCOPE Basel

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
Art Basel Hong Kong just closed, but now the art world shifts its attention to Europe, Switzerland to be exact, for the annual Art Basel fair/week. Our friends at Thinkspace Gallery will showing at Scope Basel, with a 2-person exhibition featuring Juxtapoz cover artist Audrey Kawasaki and longtime Jux favorite, Esao Andrews. Preview after the jump...

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: KEYS

Graffiti // Friday, June 07, 2013
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Keys.

Liu Bolin's Gun Rack Performance

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
The one and only Liu Bolin (aka The Invisible Man) recently performed a pre-show performance entitled Gun Rack at Eli Klein Fine Art Gallery in New York. The show, Mask, opened at the gallery today. More photos and a video after the jump!

3D Miniature Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
Amsterdam-based artist Ingrid Siliakus' 3-dimensional pieces incorporate the structure and manner of pop-up books, some even collapsing into a 2-dimensional piece. Citing M.C. Escher and Antoni Gaudi as influences, Siliakus' miniature works of architecture are constructed with an almost dizzying intricacy.

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