The Sparkling Geometric Table by John Foster

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 11, 2013
We love this table by Minneapolis-based artist John Foster. Built from colorful geometric shapes, the piece reflects a sparkling, prism-like light across the room. 

"A Tribute to Heather," Compositions Created From Old GIFS by Evan Roth

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 11, 2013
Using Animated Gifs that have remained online and unchanged since 1999, A Tribute to Heather is a collection of One Gif Compositions created from single gifs found on Heather's Animations by fromer Juxtapoz feature, Evan Roth.

Punched, Stomped, and Crushed Model Buildings by Erwin Wurm

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 11, 2013
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm punches, crushes, and kicks clay models of known and unknown buildings. The pieces, part of an exhibition entitled Wittgensteinian Wittgensteinian Grammar of Physical Education at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in France, are then cast in bronze, acrylic, and polyester and some are even coated in sliver or gold-plating.

The Armory Show 2013: Pace Prints @ Modern Fair

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 10, 2013
One of our favorite booths from the entire weekend of fairs in NYC was the Pace Prints booth at The Armory Show's Modern Fair. Pace featured works from Keith Haring, Wangechi Mutu, Shepard Fairey, Erik Parker, Ryan McGinness, Yoshitomo Nara, Hockney, and Chuck Close.

Silver Dollars...

Graffiti // Sunday, March 10, 2013
  We don’t know whose collection this is or if it’s intended for something specific, but what a good idea for collecting graffiti signatures. We got Ojae, False, Mize, Cinik, Zephyr, Kuma, Curve, and Lions. Not a bad New York lineup.

Kader Attia's Mirrored Tombstones

Street Art // Sunday, March 10, 2013
  “From a distance the mirrors shine brightly but the closer you get the less attractive they become because they reflect reality,” says Parisian artist, Kader Attia, speaking on the series “Holy Land”. The environment altering installations of mirrored tombstones have been displayed in two locations, one on the Canary Islands and the other in the countryside of Tucson. Attia’s Interest lies in the conflict of identity, specifically cultural backgrounds and ethnicity.

Glowing Wire Sculptures by Cedric Le Borgne

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 10, 2013
French artist Cedric Le Borgne creates illuminated sculptures using chicken wire. The pieces are then installed in public places, often suspended in the air. His most recent work features luminous wire birds and is entitled Le Desir et la Menace.

Scope New York 2013: A Walk-Through

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 09, 2013
Yesterday afternoon, we took a few hours to roam around the Scope New York fair, featuring a group of galleries and artists familiar to Juxtapoz readers. Joram Roukes, Erik Jones, Eugenio Merino, Shaka, David Cooley, Mary Iverson, and many others.

Ze Jean 'San San' Shen Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, March 09, 2013
Ze Jean 'San San' Shen was born July 26, 2987 in Beijing, China. She went on to achieve a BFA Illustration & BFA Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010. She is working as an illustrator, animator, and cute animal petter, and is the editor of the DIMENSIONS anthology, which features 16 artists from the United States. She is currently attending the Beijing Film Academy, for her MFA in Art Direction for Film.

Axis and Swank paint Barracuda wall in Los Angeles

Street Art // Saturday, March 09, 2013
  After six full days of painting in the sun, Los Angeles artists, Axis and Swank, completed this mural on the exterior of the Barracuda wall on Melrose in Los Angeles. Everything to the left of the kitten on top of the spray tip is Axis, with the rest on the right by Swank. Unfortunately, it was short lived as most of the art on this wall is and has already been painted over by someone else. Check out the attached video documenting the two painting the piece.

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