Eduardo Kobra skyscraper mural in San Paulo

Street Art // Sunday, February 10, 2013
Over the last month, Brazilian muralist, Eduardo Kobra has been painting a mural on the side of a skyscraper in downtown San Paulo. The artist’s colorful work is an abstract portrait tribute to the famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niermeyer, who passed away last year at the age of 104.

Craig Robinson's Pixel Illustrations

Illustration // Sunday, February 10, 2013
Craig Robinson is an artist and illustrator from Lincoln, UK, currently living in Mexico City. Since 1998, he has been running Flip Flop Flyin', a Web site of drawings, animations, and stories. Since 2009, he has also been running Flip Flop Fly Ball, a Web site of baseball-themed infographics and artwork. He has written and illustrated four books: Minipops, Fun Fun Fun, Atlas Schmatlas, and Flip Flop Fly Ball. He also likes Tic Tacs. A lot.

Sever and BP Oil

Graffiti // Sunday, February 10, 2013
Sever incorporates little green Martians and BP Oil into this new ultra clean piece.

The Work of Camilla Storgaard

Erotica // Sunday, February 10, 2013
Born in Denmark and currently living and working in Berlin, Camilla Storgaard captures the essence of sexuality, transitions, changes, internal revolutions, desire, happiness and of course... love- all in her gorgeous photographic portrayals of this life we live.

Allen Ruppersberg's Highline Billboard

Street Art // Saturday, February 09, 2013
The 25-by-75-foot billboard located in a parking lot next to the High Line Parkl in New York has hosted an all-star list of artists including Joel Sternfeld, John Baldessari, David Shrigley, Elad Lassry, Paola Pivi, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari of Toilet Paper, and others since its inception in December 2011. Conceptual artist, Allen Ruppersberg now joins this list as the most recent artist to have their work shown on the massive canvas.

The Works of Laurent Moreau

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 09, 2013
Laurent Moreau was born in Britain in 1982 and currently lives and works in Strasbourg and shares a studio with other illustrators. 'Now, in my work as an illustrator or a graphic designer, when I realize an image, I perfectly know how it will be printed and which are the constraints. My work is influenced by my passion for printing as well: a limited range of colors, little dots, importance of the typography.' she states.

The Rose Eater by Ivan Alifan

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 09, 2013
Ivan Alifan is an artist currently living in Canada. He attended the OCAD University in Toronto, Canada, and is son of the very talented Russian painter AnnaRazumovskaya. Ivan recently participated in the Los Angeles International art fair, and had his work shown alongside Malcolm Liepke and Jeremy Lipking. His newest oil paintings from earlier this year are provocative portraits, wet with a fresh coat of paint, literally.

Video: Smokin' Joe

Graffiti // Saturday, February 09, 2013
Smokin Joe started drawing on boxcars in October of 1985 as a way to kill time from working on the railroads as an engineer and has become a recognized name as one of the early pioneers of train monikers. This short video clip catches a rare glimpse at the man behind the moniker.  

Greg Guillemin's Secret Heroes

Illustration // Friday, February 08, 2013
Somewhere in real life, all of our icons and heroes that we've looked up to for so long are out there doing the mundane, day-to-day stuff that we don't expect super heroes to ever really have to do. In Greg Guillemin's Secret Heroes series, all of these normalities are revealed.

‘A Whole Lot of Trouble for a Little Bit of Win,’ a New Exhibition by Conor Harrington

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 08, 2013
Conor Harrington's new exhibition A Whole Lot of Trouble for a Little Bit of Win is currently on show at The Outsiders in London. Conor was featured in our December 2012 issue. His new exhibition includes over 20 framed studies he has named Morning Glories as he paints them every day, first thing, when he arrives at his studio.

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