Photography // Sunday, June 01, 2014
There are roughly around 700 abandoned handball courts spread throughout Ireland that once served not only a place for athletics, but as a spot for people to socialize and dance. After the ‘50s, handball moved indoors leaving the outside courts to be demolished or used for storage or parking lots. Photographer Kenneth O Halloran spent some time last year visiting hundreds of them and documenting their deteriorated appearance.
Illustration // Sunday, June 01, 2014
These realistic pencil renderings from an artist by the name of Kim Ji-Hoon are seriously blowing my mind right now. I don't even think my eyes are capable of seeing that much detail, let alone re-creating it. We came across some intricatley drawn illustrations of body parts (Arnold Schwarzenegger throwback), landscapes and animals from this incredible talent who chooses to remain pretty anonymous.
Photography // Saturday, May 31, 2014
Whether shooting personal work or being commissioned to shoot photo essays, Kalpesh Lathigra, has a way with conveying stories through imagery. The London-based photographer has amassed a large body of work covering differing subjects over the years and has won several awards, which include The W. Eugene Smith Fellowship and Churchill Fellowship.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, May 31, 2014
Old school NYC graffiti artist COPE2 is the most recent artist to takeover the famous Bowery & Houston wall in Manhattan, adding a mixture of tag elements and odes to other graffiti giants from the past 30+ years of graffiti history.
Illustration // Friday, May 30, 2014
Graphically bold, simply rendered and heavily silhouetted, the work of Jules Julien satisfies that part of us that longs for the deep intricacies of illustration but appreciates the minimal and easy to digest. As an illustrator out in Amsterdam, I have confidence that Jules knows exactly what she is doing, and she's doing it right.
Music // Friday, May 30, 2014
In the next few months, Juxtapoz is going to be looking into the visual art behind one of underground hip-hop/jazz/music's true innovators, Madlib. If you are a fan, you know that the Beat Konducta has many monikers and identities, characters that he lets take centerstage over his own look. Madlib has long been associated with Stones Throw Records, and the label is the subject of a great new documentary, "Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton: This is Stones Throw Records," that you can watch, buy, and stream online right now. See it, and get ready for some upcoming Juxtapoz coverage...
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 30, 2014
“Good Knight” is the latest series from Craola, revisting the fears and curiosities of childhood, dragging them from dreamland into reality. Video, photos and more after the jump..
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 30, 2014
Switzerland is a lovely place to visit in the summer. Mix that with the fact that Marcel Dzama's art is a lovely thing to look at and immerse yourself in, we suggest perhaps a summer vacation in Thun to visit the exhibition, "Hollow Laughter" at the Kunstmuseum Thun to see the works of the Canadian artist. Dzama's dark, dystopian, but fairy tale like work has been capturing audiences attention from around the globe for years, and his explorations into film, performance, installation, sculpture and drawing get more and more interesting and provocative through the years.
Photography // Friday, May 30, 2014
Aerospace engineer turned photographer Marcus Yam’s series “Global City” captures the movement and chaos of Seattle’s rapid growth, technological advancements, and population boom. By creating triple exposure images, Yam is able to juxtapose images that portray the idea of the “old” Seattle with depictions of the transforming ever-growing city and the multiple facets growing with it.