Chris Johanson at Paulson Bott Press

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
Chris Johanson just released seven new prints with fine art print house Paulson Bott Press in Berkeley, CA. There are text-based pieces, along with a family portrait, and each print has a cheeky title, such as “Abstract Art with Cosmic Narrative.”

The Photographs of Anneè Olofsson

Photography // Monday, June 22, 2015
Anneè Olofsson (b.1966) is a Swedish photographer, sculptor, and video artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. She often uses her own body in her photo and video work. In addition to herself, she also uses her parents in her work and explores the themes of domesticity and parent-child relationships. Many of her photographic works are focused around the theme of aging and its societal stigma.

Dan Gluibizzi Is Watching You

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
If you post a nude selfie on the Internet, Dan Gluibizzi might find it and turn it into art. Commenting on the endless abyss of images we consume, along with the ubiquitous nature of selfies, he explores amateur adult sites and nudist blogs for the perfect image for his collages, which he uses as source material to create quietly powerful, anonymous figurative watercolors.

“Petit Appétit” by Jean Jullien & Fricote Magazine @ Colette, Paris

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
Jean Jullien, who we just featured on this site for a collaboration he ran with fashion brand OLOW, will be showing a series of illustrations at colette in Paris around the idea of food. After working on covers for Fricote Magazine, Jullien is taking his food vibe to colette, with OLOW creating a few limited edition tees to mark the occasion of the show. 

Heady Sculptures by Wilfrid Wood

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
Wilfrid Wood is a UK sculptor who takes polymer clay to the next level, creating a diverse array of heads, along with celebrities, dogs and more. His cheeky humor shines through in his sculptures, which are often unexpected interpretations of familiar faces (that’s Justin Bieber above).

Say “Ahh” With Martha Friedman

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
Martha Friedman is a New York sculptor whose work temporarily focused on the tongue, anthropomorphizing this very necessary muscular organ, which she became interested in after a friend ordered a plate of duck tongues at a Chinese restaurant.

LeBasse Projects Leaves a New Legacy of Street Art in Manila

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
It's never too late to talk about massive murals in Manila. The artists involved in LeBasse Projects' art festival in the Philippines, have all returned home or headed to their next gig, but the art left behind continues to make an impact in a country that is just beginning to embrace street art and graffiti. 

Calixte Bernard Is About That Life

Illustration // Monday, June 22, 2015
Calixte Bernard identifies herself as a 20-year-old French girl and her illustrations have edgy sass, fashion and style for miles. They make us wonder what would happen if Beavis and Butthead and Daria took it to the streets.

Beau Berkley Portraits

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 22, 2015
Beau Berkley’s latest work caught our eye this morning. He’s been featured by 1xRUN and had a piece in Gallery 1988’s recent pop culture tribute show, "No Sad Stuff," focusing on the films of Tom Hanks. Berkley also makes affordable custom portraits if you’re looking to make yourself into art.

Drew Leshko’s Paper Architecture

Design // Monday, June 22, 2015
Philly artist Drew Leshko creates paper-based sculptures of the places we inhabit—apartment buildings, campers, houses, and home-made structures, as well as newsstands, dumpsters and more. The detail on these pieces is pretty unbelievable, especially in person, and you can currently see his solo show at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, and in the “LAX/DTW” group show coordinated by Thinkspace Gallery and exhibited at Inner State Gallery in Detroit.


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