Tony Orrico's Penwald Drawings

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 19, 2013
Tony Orrico's Penwald Drawings are a series of bilateral drawings in which he explores the use of his body as a tool of measturement to inscribe geometries through movement. His choreographic gestures derive from the limitation of (or spontaneous navigating within) the sphere of his outstretched arms. Watch a video after the jump...

"The Liquid Serpent," Photographs by Nicolas Janowski

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 19, 2013
We love this series of photographs entitled The Liquid Serpent, from Argentinean photographer Nicolas Janowski. Nicolas describes the Amazon, where the photographs were taken, as "neither man nor animal. She is nature's hybrid. Mirrors of man's contradictions, of a world to which she belongs and yet remains distant. The Amazon bears forth over-stimulated cities pervaded by a savage force, which exist simultaneously as survival mechanisms...

Paintings by Micah Ganske

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 19, 2013
This morning we take a look at Micah Ganske's current body of work, "Tomorrow Land." "The images start with the simple juxtaposition of large shadows over arial views of depressed and abandoned locations." These shadows are things that symbolize, what the artist refers to as, "Aspirational Technology" and represent "the progress of our technological civilization and the glory which a high-technology future would bring."  

Collaged Flowerscapes by Anne Ten Donkelaar

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 19, 2013
Using both pressed flowers and printed paper floral elements, Netherlands-based artist Anne Ten Donkelaar constructs three-dimensional collages of intertwining, overlapping, and delicately placed vegetation. 

Sunday Practice Sesh...

Graffiti // Sunday, August 18, 2013
On this Sunday, you could spend your day hitting the tennis ball too yourself against a wall that False (Fool) and Pear had previously practiced on. It’s you choice, but this guy is already a step ahead.

The Art of Noah Frase

Illustration // Saturday, August 17, 2013
Noah Frase's frenetic illustrations are cluttered with linework as if he is racing himself to get as much on the page as possible. These dense, textured images of places and figures express a kind of figurative debris, the material output of human lives clashing in history and time. Frase received a BFA from RISD in 2011. 

Video: Menace Beach

Street Art // Saturday, August 17, 2013
The Berlin artist duo, Low Bros with assistance fromTobias Wüstefeld, have made this shredding video with animation entitled “Menace Beach” in homage to the birth of skateboarding. “Instead of re-hashing the past, the Low Bros are trying to re-capture the attitude and feeling of those early skate-innovators together through a multi-media film that references the different eras and influences of skate history.” Skaters on old school boards with futuristic masks; a good watch to get you motivated to hit your board.

The Photography of Florian Imgrund

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 17, 2013
A nice set of double exposures from photographer Florian Imgrund, who says of his work: "After I got my first analog camera in summer of 2010 I started shooting more and more. This growing portfolio is the result of my passion. All of these photographs are captured on film, self developed and without any computer manipulation..."

An Update with Omens

Graffiti // Saturday, August 17, 2013
With arrows going ever which way and extra thin outlines on some chunky letters, Omens has painting some interesting pieces lately. Check out some of his newest work.

John Van Hamersveld: Prints from 1965 - Present @ .T.F.R. Gallery, San Diego

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 16, 2013
Tonight, .T.F.R. Gallery in San Diego is opening John Van Hamersveld: Prints from 1965 - Present, a solo-exhibition of framed prints from the renowned and prolific graphic artist. Hamersveld has been producing images that have defined the visual representation of surf and rock ‘n’ roll culture for over 50 years. Starting off his career with the immensely successful movie poster for The Endless Summer in 1966, Van Hamersveld’s influence on the world of graphic images was immediately profound. From there he moved on to produce over 300 album covers!

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