Zio Ziegler For Pottery Barn

Design // Friday, March 21, 2014
San Franciscio is only 7 miles by 7 miles and it isn't uncommon when hear about one group of friends working with your other group of friends. Great friend of Juxtapoz and artist Zio Ziegler is teaming up with San Francisco based Pottery Barn Teen on a collection set to release this summer.

Geoff McFetridge Drawings from "MEDITALLUCINATION" @ V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
As we noted on the site earlier this week, September 2013 cover artist Geoff McFetridge is to open a solo show, "Meditallucination" at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen on Friday, March 21st. The first round of previews centered around the Los Angeles-based artist's paitnings, and today we have a look at the fantastic drawings and studies McFetridge created around the show, which are arranged in an installation piece at the show. Take a look! And if you are feeling saucy, take a look at Geoff's board he handpainted as part of our Jux x Univ x Chandran Gallery benefit for Waves for Water. 

Derek Hess "Critical Infrastructure Against External Threats" @ Inner State Gallery

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
Opening to the public March 21st from 7-10pm, Inner State Gallery will be showcasing new work from artist Derek Hess. “Critical Infrastructure Against External Threats” is a continuing examination of Hess’ evolving body of work that explores his use of line and form to create a sense of emotion and depth...

Recap: Cons Project Exhibition Event in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
Cons Project: Los Angeles' Exhibition event on March 1st featured Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P), MellowHype, The Shrine, Gap Dream, and Alexander Spit performed with DJ Sets from DJ Quik and The Blackouts. Here is a photo recap if you missed out!

Brian Porray "|*/N0_N3W_M00N\*|" @ Western Project, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
Western Project to proud to present the second solo exhibition by Los Angeles artist, Brian Porray. Where we are in the universe has been an age old inquiry; our place in space and time, our ability to perceive and understand the changing occurrences in our physical environment.

Anatomical Collages from Travis Bedel

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
We aren't quite sure what we are seeing right now, but what we do see is someone who might have sat in our AP Biology class in high school and had a better imagination than us. And he made these science textbook-inspired collage pieces that we are absolutely stunned by. And his name is Travis Bedel... well, he wasn't in our class, but he does have a better imagination with science.

Wooden Sculptures by Paul Kaptein

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
"My work is broadly concerned with the agency of the present moment. By sampling various cultural and temporal trajectories, I’m exploring the notion of the now as a remix of past and future potentialities. This facilitates a renegotiation of perceptual truths resulting in an expression of things not quite truth, yet not quite fiction..."

Sarah McKenzie "Transitional" @ David B Smith, Denver

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
Featuring a series of works created by McKenzie over the last six years, Transitional showcases elements of the artistʼs in-depth and ongoing architectural project, with an emphasis on the intended and unintended thresholds of and the views both intercepted and created by architectural elements. 

Hyperreal Pencil Drawings by Redosking

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
We know eyes are an important piece of the artist's puzzle when doing either figurative or any kind of painting, but these pieces from Redosking are quite impressive on the scale of talented of hyperreal works. Knowing that they are done by colored pencils with this much detail is another measure of the artist's talent. 

"From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning" by Claude Cloutier

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
From the earliest forms of life on Earth to the world of today, From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning uses absurdist humour to tell the biological story of humanity. From a mighty cosmic explosion comes the matter from which evolve the mineral, vegetable and animal worlds. There follows a series of metamorphoses illustrating the branching out of the human genealogical tree.

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