Drawings by French Cartoonest and Illustrator Philippe Caza

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 08, 2013
This morning we take a look at the work of French cartoonist and illustrator Philippe Caza. Caza has an extensive portfolio of varied work going back to the 70's. His imaginative, surreal, and psychedelic drawings are heavily influenced by his comic book art and take us to various bizarre worlds.

Scott Carter Creates Sculptures Using Gallery Walls

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 08, 2013
Blurring the lines between sculpture and installation, Chicago-based artist Scott Carter deconstructs and repurposes gallery walls to create his sculptures. He will cut drywall and wood directly out of the walls of the galleries of which he's showing to use in his work. 

In L.A.: Catherine Opie @ Regen Projects

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 07, 2013
We recently stopped by Regen Projects to check out Catherine Opie’s latest exhibition. These photographs mark both a progression and a departure for the artist. Opie's work has always investigated the figure in relation to the landscape, disregarding the polarities typically found within these approaches...

Nomi Chi Illustration

Illustration // Thursday, March 07, 2013
Nomi Chi is an illustrator and tattoo artist working in Vancouver, Canada. Nomi’s been tattooing since she was 15 years old. Now in her 20s, she attends Emily Carr University for illustration. She currently tattoos at Adorned Precision Body Arts in Vancouver...  

Lara Gradeill's Girls

Erotica // Thursday, March 07, 2013
Lara Gradeill is a graphic designer and illustrator, both living and working in Paris, France. In her latest series of vamps and vixens, Lara portrays the female form as a rebellious and provocative persona. Working both digitally and traditionally, Lara is able to achieve bold palettes and compositions, with her equally strong imagery.  

"Neo-liberalism" by Escif

Street Art // Thursday, March 07, 2013
Escif’s newest wall entitled “Neo-Liberalism” strongly resembles and we are confident that it is, Arnold Schwarzenegger aka the “Governator’” in his body building hay days. Painted in the streets of Valencia, Spain.

"My Brother's Book," Maurice Sendak's Last Work

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 07, 2013
50 years after Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak's last work has been posthumously published. My Brother's Book is a magical story with smashing stars, riddles, polar bears and underworlds. The story is accompanied by beautiful watercolors perfectly complimenting the text.  

The Street Photography of Nils Jorgensen

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 07, 2013
We are really enjoying the street photography of London-based Nils Jorgensen this morning. Nils is a member of 'In-Public,' a group of photographers working in the streets who have a unique ability to see the unusual in everyday and to capture the moment. Like many of his peers, he was heavily influenced by the work of the legendary Paul Strand, Diane Arbus, Andre Kertesz, and Elliott Erwitt.  

"Fhloston Paradise" @ Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 07, 2013
For those of you in Los Angeles, Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles will be presenting the works of Jasper Knight, Julian Meagher, and Mark Whalen. Entitled Fhloston Paradise, the exhibition opens Saturday, March 9th and will be up through the 30th.  

Dietmar Busse’s "Fauna and Flora"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 07, 2013
German photographer Dietmar Busse's series Fauna and Flora are unique combination of photography and painting. Busse moved to New York in the 90's, beginning his career as a fashion photographer before becoming disillusioned with the constraints of working for others. For Busse, making art 'is like being on the road, except that the [artistic] journey is an inward one.'  

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