Andrew Schoultz "New Work" @ Morgan Lehman Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
Former cover artist and recent feature subject in our Juxtapoz Presents video series, Andrew Schoultz is set to open a body of new work at Morgan Lehman Gallery in NYC on September 5. After an impressive summer that saw Schoultz cover the entirety of the back room at the Monterey Museum of Art as a mural, the new work is part of his continuing examination of power and history. 

Geoff McFetridge for Jack Spade, Fall 2013

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
We knew that September 2013 cover artist Geoff McFetridge had been working with fashion and luggage brand Jack Spade for the Fall 2013 collection, and now parts of his collaboration and participation with the Fall line is seeing the light of day. Not only is Mr. McFetridge the one modeling the new line, but Selectism reports that the Los Angeles based artist has both a tee shirt design and companion art booklet being released. Here are some images of the collab... 

Dana Woulfe "Conflict and Resolve" @ Lot F Gallery, Boston

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
Downtown Boston's Lot F Gallery is proud to announce Conflict and Resolve, a solo exhibition by Dana Woulfe. The gallery welcomes Woulfe back after two highly acclaimed duo shows with former studio mate Kenji Nakayama, an installation and residency at Montserrat College of Art, an exhibition at Hellion Gallery in Portland, Oregon, his largest mural projects to date, and the arrival of his first child.

Collages by Alexander Ouchtomsky

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
Se are enjoying this collection of bizare collaged creatures by Australian artist Alexander Ouchtomsky. The works were part of an exhibition at Melbourne's Neon Parc museum as part of a show in 2009.

Mercedes Engine Reconstructed from 53 different hand-forged Materials

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
This incredible sculpture of a Mercedes V12 engine is constructed from 53 different materials hand-forged from 35 master craftsmen around Morocco. Eric van Hove spent nine months dismantling an original Mercedes engine and creating reproductions of 465 parts and 660 bolts using everything from bone to wood and terra cotta. Amazing!

Book Sculptures by Brian Dettmer

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
Working with knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Atlanta-based artist Brian Dettmer carves one page of a book at a time, exposing each layer while cutting around ideas and images of interest. Nothing inside the books is relocated or implanted, only removed. The image and ideas that he reveals are used to expose alternate histories and memories.

Terry Gilliam's Do It Yourself Animation Show

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
In this 1974 video, legendary movie director, screenwriter, animator, and Monty Python member, Terry Gilliam shows us how to create stop-motion animations. 

Shinsekai's 'The New World Transparent Specimens'

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
Shinsekai's 'The New World Transparent Specimens' are tiny, usually aquatic life forms like fish and seahorses that are put through a process of chemical replacement of the proteins and dyeing of the bones. The result is a transparent creature that glows in eerie vibrant colors. The creatures are then sealed in vials filled with glycerin and preservatives. The specimens can be found in shops around Japan.

Paintings and Drawings by Kirsty Whiten

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 29, 2013
This morning we take a look at the work of Kirsty Whiten. Kirsty initially gained notice for her large-scale portrait paintings and photorealistic drawings but her work has diversified in recent years to include sculpture and photography. Kirsty was profiled in June 2009 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine where she commented on her fascination with the "psychological power that women have over men" and how the 'dominance within relationships is something that's taken and given, in a quite a fragile way."

New Blu mural in Messina, Italy

Street Art // Wednesday, August 28, 2013
By far one of the most interesting and controversial artists creating public work in the past and still today is Blu. Never one to abide by a conventional art career, the Italian artist has been setting his own rules since he started. With his newest mural in Medina, Italy, Blu continues to question and attack our planets current political landscape, capitalism, war and of course religion through various graphic imagery. 

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