Mary Iverson Public Art on Marion Street pedestrian overpass, Seattle

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Juxtapoz friend and fantastic public artist (as well as fine artist) Mary Iverson has work up on the Marion Street pedestrian overpass near Coleman dock in Seattle. The 24-panel mural was created for the "Seattle Art Interruptions" public art project, "with funding from Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Parks and Recreation."

In L.A.: Dark Beach @ New Image Art

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
This past weekend we stopped by New Image Art for the opening reception of “Dark Beach” a group show curated by Innocents. Inspired by more dramatic elements within surf culture, Dark Beach is an exploration of themes, individuals, and emotions that exude grittier qualities of aesthetic within the scope of contemporary surf art. Photos and more after the jump...

Herbert Baglione paints abandoned psychiatric hospital

Street Art // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
By painting haunting and eerie silhouettes on the floors, walls and ceilings,Herbert Baglione has gaurenteed that anyone who steps foot in this abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy will be spooked tenfold. The ghostly figures are part of the artist’s ongoing 1000 Shadows project and are brilliantly juxtaposed with the vacant wheelchairs in these photos.

Tomáš Libertíny's Honeycomb Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Last week we took a look at a sculpture made entirely by bees (aka 3-Bee printing). This morning we take a look at Slovakian artist Tomas Libertiny's Beeswax, Steel, Glass, Plastic, and Resin sculptures that are then placed in a transparent case with thousands of bees who over time turn it into a honeycomb structure. Awesome.

Perceptual Installations by Damien Gilley

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
We would love to see Portland-based artist Damien Gilley's perceptual installations in person. Combining drawing and sculpture, Gilley references science fiction, non-Euclidiean geometry, and vintage computer graphics in his illusions and wall drawings.

Update: The Surreal Works of Jennifer Nehrbass

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
We previously came across the beautiful works of Jennifer Nehrbass at Pulse during Art Basel this past December. This morning we thought we would take a look back and some of her earlier and more recent work! The New Mexico grad, who has shown at Mark Moore Gallery in the past, as well as Brunnhofer Gallery at Pulse, has an interesting mix of youthful nostalgia, abstract snapshots, and scenic backdrops in her paintings.

M-City, Gerry Judah & More @ Burn Yard Live in Budapest, Hungary

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
This past week we were in Budapest, Hungary for Burn Yard Live, an event that featured collaborations between thirteen street artists from across the globe, along with a unique skate ramp/sculpture designed by Gerry Judah and pro-skater Rune Glifberg. Led by Polish artist M-City, the interior space of a former industrial building was transformed into a collection of murals, grafitti an digital projections, serving as a colorful backdrop for Gerry Judah's skate sculpture and a live celebration that featured Avicii, other DJs, Rune Glifberg and F1 drivers. Find out more, and see our photos after the jump!

Street Art Inspired by the Glitch by Krzysztof Syruć

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Over the last couple of months we've seen glitch-inspired art in everything from furniture to tapestries. Today we take a look at some impressive Glitch-inspired street art by Polish artist and former architecture student Krzysztof Syruc.

Naoto Hattori "REM" and "Morpheus, The Art Of" @ Copro Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
I think that nightfall is always the best time to become enveloped in the grotto that is Copro Gallery at Bergamot Station. There was a particularly dreamy aspect to opening night of the group that runs July 27 through August 20, 2013, and it transmuted boundaries on many levels... 

Update: The Work of Henrique Oliveira

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 29, 2013
We begin our afternoon by looking back at the work of Henrique Oliveira, whose newest installation "Baitogogo" we showed you last week. You'll find some more pictures of the installation and some of his earlier work after the jump! On display through the Summer, Ovlivera created this incredible installation using an a few mediums. Consisting mainly of tapume wood sticks, which are commonly used in the streets of Sao Paulo to construct fences or isolate developments from public entry. Oliveira creates a monumental experience by blending space and sculpture, encapsulating the viewer not only visually but physically.

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