Nir Arieli's Inframen

Erotica // Saturday, July 06, 2013
Nir Arieli started shooting for the Israeli Army, but with his passion, talent and dedicated efforts, he obtained a scholarship to study photography in New York School of Visual Arts. Today he’s an accomplished photographer living in the US...

Jen Stark, March 2012

Vault // Friday, July 05, 2013
Jen Stark will be opening a new body of work at Toronto's Cooper Cole Gallery, tonight, July 5, and we were looking back on our archives and wanted to share our feature with Stark from the March 2012 issue. Stark has always blown us away with her incredible paper works, and the name of her new show, Vortextural, seems to fit the work aptly. Enjoy the read.

Group Show: Shrouds & Sinew @ Antler Gallery, Portland

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
Antler Gallery recently opened it doors in a new location last week, proudly featuring an amazing 3 person show with Allison Sommers, Stacey Rozich, and Morgaine Faye. Currently residing in; Brooklyn, Seattle, and Portland, the artists were chosen for the differences in their work as much as the similarities.

Jason Borders' Ornately Carved Skulls

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
Using a Dremel, Portland-based artist Jason Borders ornately carves each of these skulls by hand. Many of the characters that appear on his work are often repeated, fluctuating in style, motif, meaning and execution. The artists work "reveals the blurred line between imagination and reality, animal and human, life and death."

Photographs by Marcela Paniak

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
This morning we take a look at Polish artist Marcela Paniak's perfect series of scanned photographs adorned with dry flowers. The series, titled 'Elysium,' refers to the Elysian Fields, "a mythological space where blessed souls stay."

Jeremy Olson's Geometric Paintings

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
We are enjoying Brooklyn-based artist Jeremy Olson's sereis of geometric portraits this morning. Jeremy has a MFA from NYU Steinhardt and has had several exhibitions across the US.

Three Decades of "Jones Beach" by Joseph Szabo

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
We are about two weeks into Summer and were lucky enough to catch some of that beautiful California sunshine on the beach this fourth of July. Joseph Szabo, a teacher and photographer from Long Island spent almost three decades ('72-'99) photographing one of the busiest beaches in the world in this wonderful series "Jones Beach."

More Salt Sculptures by Motoi Yamammoto

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
This isn't the first time we have posted the incredible work of acclaimed Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto. He has been on a roll lately, travelling around the world creating his labor-intensive salt installations. Prior to his two-week residency at the Monterey Museum of Art, he installed his Floating Garden project at the Mint Museum in North Carolina. Each project involves painstakingly pouring salt in patterns on the floor for several weeks.

Corn-Row Paintings by So Yoon Lym

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
New Jersey-based painter So Yoon Lym's series "Hair and Braid Pattern Paintings" were inspired by her time working as a teacher in a high school where she photographed students. The work focuses on the intricate and unique patterns of corn-rows and are acrylic on paper. 

Dillon Froelich's Temper Tantrum

Illustration // Friday, July 05, 2013
Dillon Froelich's artwork draws many influences from antique culture and vintage aesthetics. Whether fictional or based on real events, Dillon tends to emphasize the dinginess in humanity through illustrations, narratives and murals while incorporating historical pretenses...  

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