Incredible Wire Illustrations by CW Roelle

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Providence-based artist CW Roelle constructs very dense and intricate illustrations using bent wire. The incredibly detailed pieces originally began as recreations of illustrations he had done in a life drawing class he once took.   

"The Wilder Mann: Images of the Savage," Photographs by Charles Freger

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
French photographer Charles Freger visited rural mountainous farming communities in eighteen European countries to photograph centuries-old rituals where people literally put themselves into the skin of the 'savage.' In celebrations of the seasons, fertility, life, and death, people become a bear, a goat, a stag, a man of straw, or a devil.

Crystalline Structures by Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Architects Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch search for endlessness and infinite possibilities with their awe-inspiring crystalline structures. Their work includes a piece commissioned for the MOMA and recently designed a stage set for Yeasayer. Watch an inspiring interview with them after the jump...  

Win Tickets to Sigur Ros @ Madison Square Garden on 3/25

Music // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Juxtapoz is teaming up with one of our favorite bands, Iceland-based Sigur Rós. We are giving away a pair of tickets to see Sigur Rós live at Madison Square Garden on Monday, March 25th!! Post a photo of your favorite place to listen to Sigur Rós on Twitter or Instagram, mention @juxtapozmag and include #SigurRosNYC for a chance to win. More details after the jump!

Introducing: The Vault, full magazine features from 19 years of Juxtapoz Magazine

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
We have been publishing our print magazine for over 19 years, with hundreds of features every year being added to the Juxtapoz canon. Do the math, that is THOUSANDS of interviews, essays, and spotlights on artists that we all admire and have followed for nearly two decades. Because we respect our history, we introduce The Vault, a curated department of our site that re-publishes some of the great features from our past. First up, some features from the past 12 months... 

Art Shay Retrospective @ drkrm, los angeles

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
drkm is exhibiting an exclusive West Coast premier of legendary Chicago-based photojournalist, Art Shay. Art Shay's photography career spans nearly seven decades and 30,000 photographs. The prints will be on display through April 13th, 2013.

David Choe Update: Mexico City Collab with Dhear, and South Central LA Project

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Our old friend David Choe (that full issue with David we did is a bible of how to do art on your own terms) has been extremely busy over the past few months. You could start with his date night with Aubrey Plaza if you wanted to. But Dave is currently in Mexico City, painting murals and collaborating with a current Jux favorite, Dhear. Before then, David hosted an art workshop with the children of South Central, Los Angeles with aims to complete a 40 foot wall surrounding their playground at A Place Called Home (APCH).

The Works of New Zealand's Kelly Thompson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
New Zealand's Kelly Thompson has made a few experiences on our site over the past year, but when we were looking through the new Purple Book, we caught wind of Kelly again and really enjoyed her slightly erotic, fashion-eque illustrations and fine art work. She was born in Rotorua, New Zealand and lived in Wellington for 10 years before moving to Melbourne where she is currently based.

Music Video: British Sea Power "Machineries Of Joy"

Music // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Musically and aesthetically, British Sea Power have always treaded a fine line between pop and experimentation, whether playing a full concert in a cave or writing a catchy tune about a melting iceberg. What we are trying to say is that they are really good. On April 1, BSP will release Machineries of Joy via Rough Trade, and their first video for the record features bikes, the countryside, and a girl who may be lost.

New drawings and painting from Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Whether it is large-scale murals that cover entire buildings or small drawings on paper, the highly imaginative work of Interesni Kazki is always impressive. This new drawing and painting is entitled “In Forest Wilds” and displays a mythical scene from an alternative reality.

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