The Works of Sean Lewis

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Sean Lewis is a Toronto, Canada based artist and illustrator, using a variety of mediums to create his richly fluid, intricate works. He completed a Bachelor of Design from OCADU and received the grad shows Gold Medal for his thesis work. He has continued to put out expressive commercial and personal work on a regular basis since then.

Photography of Dominic Clarke

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The images shot by London based photographer Dominic Clarke have a similar appeal to gorgeously muted, vintage, erotic snapshots. Judging from the beautiful quality of authenticity in his work, I can only assume that he is using a good old fashioned analog, film camera so shoot these innocently seductive compositions.

Street Works by Kraser Tres

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
New to our eyes is the work Kraser Tres, an artist from Cartagena, Spain who works in a variety of mediums. Working primarily indoors, the artist does occasionally work in the streets, creating exceptionally skilled work.

Going off the Deep End in Animation

Illustration // Monday, January 14, 2013
'The Deep End' is a hand drawn animation put together by the talented Jake Fried 2013. Using ink, white-out and coffee, Jake takes you through a visual trip, that unfolds with evolving complexity, telling an abstracted, psychedelic tale of well.... the deep end I suppose.

Trevor Brown's 'Baby Art'

Erotica // Monday, January 14, 2013
Trevor Brown was born in 1959 in the outskirts of London, England. He then went to school, went to art school, worked in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, and as a freelance illustrator, all very boring and irrelevant to his work today. His first exhibition was held at the Torture Garden fetish nightclub in London in 1993, and he began getting his work published in numerous Japanese sex magazines. Around this time, baby art was born...

Kelsey King's Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, January 14, 2013
With a strong sense of fantasy and a little whimsy, Kelsey King's illustrations strive for an elegance that is inspired in history, myth, and fairy tales. The style in her illustrations uses a high level of detail and pattern to create a visual seduction that at times contrasts with darker content.

Impressive new piece from Horfe

Graffiti // Monday, January 14, 2013
Last year we saw Horfe paint more graffiti than we could keep up with, in a style uniquely his own and unlike any writer actively painting. Starting the New Year with pieces like this demonstrates everything we enjoy about this artists work and we believe it speaks loudly on its own.

New work from Phlegm around London

Street Art // Monday, January 14, 2013
After a week in London, Sheffield-based illustrator and muralist, Phlegm, has completed multiple pieces around town, with two walls having included his newer hybrid animal character. One of the walls, the four-panel outdoor canvas of the Village Underground, (Also hosting the Work of Steve Powers above) was painted with a simplistic character piece appearing to come out of the panels.

Bernard Piffaretti @ Cherry and Martin, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 14, 2013
Among the many shows that opened this weekend in Culver City, Bernard Piffaretti's paintings stuck with us. The playfully bright and energetic abstractions abide by a basic bisected compositional structure, with respective variations in each canvas. The two reflected halves of each frame are comprised of mirroring forms, yet they are not perfectly so.

Geometric Snow by Simon Beck

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 14, 2013
We are loving the geometric snow illustrations created by Simon Beck's larger than life process of walking across the snow in raquettes (snowshoes) for up to 10 hours at a time! Talking about his process, he says, 'Most of this activity takes place in the ski resort of Les Arcs, where I own an apartment and spend most of the winter. On average they take about 10 hours to really do it properly, some are a little unfinished, if my feet get cold or hurt too much...'

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