"LIBERTÉE" by Escif

Street Art // Monday, July 29, 2013
Three cans with labels that read “Liberté,” “Egalité” and “Fraternite” were painted in Montreal, Canada, by the thought-provoking street artist, Escif.

An Update with Jeans

Graffiti // Monday, July 29, 2013
Today we catch up on what Jeans has been up to in the graffiti department. Not one to necessarily stick to a particular style, his newer work displays a variety of painting approaches.

Illustration work by Rotterdam's Milou Maass

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 29, 2013
A great set of commercial design and personal illustrations works by Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based artist, Milou Maass. Her works have been used with various publications and companies in the Netherlands, and recently in a group exhibition at PUP Gallery in Amsterdam.

3D Bankruptcy in Detroit

Graffiti // Sunday, July 28, 2013
While Detroit copes with crime and economic problems aka bankruptcy (no one really saw that as a surprise), graffiti and art in general continue to strive there.  Melo and Ayem painted this 3D tribute of sorts to Detroit’s most recent declaration. 

Nychos in Los Angeles

Graffiti // Saturday, July 27, 2013
After completing the giant tiger mural in San Francisco, Nychos headed south to Los Angeles where he continues to dissect animals and even SpongeBob SquarePants received an anatomical separation.

Wall Therapy 2013 - Part 3

Street Art // Saturday, July 27, 2013
As the clouds generously give cover from the glaring sun here in Rochester, NY, many artists finalize their walls, while some ambitiously attempt to squeeze in another before they depart. We began the day by walking some old dead train tracks where we caught up with ROA who was painting a baby chick on the side of two abandoned siloes. From there we set off across town to photograph walls painted by a number of artists that includes Lady Pink, Smith, Wise Two, Bile, Range, Change, Pose2, Binho, Ever, Jessie, Katie and St. Monci. More reports from Wall Therapy tomorrow you ask? Yes indeed. Check back then!

Art by Rad Sechrist

Illustration // Saturday, July 27, 2013
Rad Sechrist is working on a comic about a gang of skateboard kids kicking around the city and, uh, skateboarding. What's outstanding about Rad's work is the intuition he has for shape and pose through simple, sketchy lines. The comic will be in black and white, giving emphasis to light and value in these urban settings. .

Ian Strange (Kid Zoom): "Suburban" @ National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 27, 2013
SUBURBAN is a multi-faceted photography, film and installation exhibition created by artist Ian Strange. Over a two-year period Strange worked with a film crew and volunteers in Ohio, Detroit, Alabama, New Jersey, New York and New Hampshire to create, photograph and film eight site-specific interventions incorporating suburban homes. The recording of these interventions through film and photographic documentation forms the basis of a new solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria this July and a short-film which will be released in late 2013.

Polaroids by Chloe Aftel

Erotica // Saturday, July 27, 2013
We are in the waning days of summer, about a month to go, and we think a good way of celebrating comes in the form of the polaroid photography of various women clothed and not so-clothed by fashion and commercial photographer Chloe Aftel. Chloe has a great resume of editiorial shoots for Levi's, Google, and Nintendo, but perhaps a little nudity would never hurt anyone... 

Thank You X @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 27, 2013
THANK YOU X became known on the streets of Los Angeles a few years ago, largely in part to his large Warhol stencils and wheat pastes around the city. Signing THANK YOU X underneath was a gesture of anonymous gratitude for Warhol’s aesthetic of rebellious integrity, the name accidentally became the artist’s identity. He has since been traveling all over putting his stamp all across America and even London and France. I met his a year or so ago and was introduced to his by his Government name and thought he was a nice guy. 

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