"Mollusk 10 Groop Show" @ Mollusk Surf Shop, SF

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 07, 2015
In celebration of their 10 Year Anniversary, our friends at Mollusk will be celebrating with their largest group show yet featuring your usual Mollusk characters (and many Juxtapoz favorites) from across the years: Jeff Canham, Nat Russell, Geoff McFetridge, Thomas Campbell, Johanna St.Clair, Serena Mitnik-Miller, Peter McBride, Schuyler Beecroft, Jay Nelson, Rachel Kaye, Kyle Field, Alex Kopps, Kanoa Zimmerman, Will Adler, Dave Muller, Luke Bartels, Joe Curren, Andy Davis, and John McCambridge. 

Jim Phillips: The Screaming Hand Is Still Making Noise

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 07, 2015
I’m often asked where I got the idea for the Screaming Hand… like I had a store where I could get images. Sometimes an idea just pops in my mind, and I’ve trained myself to be receptive. Screaming Hand dates back to high school where I liked to spend my time drawing epic surfing and skateboard pictures and give them to my friends...

Converse Blank Canvas: Jason Jägel

Street Art // Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Former Juxtapoz cover artist Jason Jägel is the latest artist to participate in Converse's Blank Canvas project, featured on the back cover of our July 2015 issue. A longtime friend of the magazine, Jason helped interview Madlib and illustrate the cover for our August 2015 "Alter Ego" issue. More recently, he held a one day "Doomsday Show" at the Rappcats space in Los Angeles featuring paintings, prints and a limited run of individually hand-drawn CDs for Madlib's Mind Fusion African Earwax mix. 

John Kaye's "Nevermind" @ Goodspace, Sydney

Graffiti // Monday, July 06, 2015
John Kaye’s Nevermind examines memento mori under a new light – a representation of the freedom that comes with the uncertainty of the future. Kaye has transposed his experiences gained from living as a nomad into a series of souvenir style images, each work representing a different moment in time, working with acrylic, watercolour, aerosol and ink. Through his travels, Kaye has examined the opportunities that life hands us, and the importance of pursuing activities that fulfill us.

"Walking to the Sky," Sculptures by Jonathan Borofsky

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 06, 2015
Maine-based sculptor and artist Jonathan Borofsky's public art pieces, Walking to the Sky, features 10 life-size people walking up a 30-meiter-tall-pole and has been installed permanently in several locations all over the world. In addition to the figures walking up the pole, several onlookers stand at the base gazing up at the sky. Made of stainless steel and resin, the sculpture is "a symbol for our collective search for wisdom and awakened consciousness."

Paintings by Yong Sung Heo

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 06, 2015
South Korean artist Yong Sung Heo this morning paints pale figures, seeking to examine the "inner psychological world" of young people today. The almost indistinguishable differences in the personalities of each of his subjects is intended to represent the things that today's youth have in common and the mind and attitude facing the current generation of artists.

Book Sculptures by Brian Dettmer

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 06, 2015
Working with knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Atlanta-based artist Brian Dettmer carves one page of a book at a time, exposing each layer while cutting around ideas and images of interest. Nothing inside the books is relocated or implanted, only removed. The image and ideas that he reveals are used to expose alternate histories and memories.

More Anamorphic Installations by Bernard Pras

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 06, 2015
We posted anamorphic (the art of stacking objects to create a huge 3D sculpture) portrait installations by Bernard Pras before. The artist fills an entire room with found objects, creating a portrait. This morning we take a look at more of the French artist's impressive large-scale compositions. 

"Human Dilatations," Photographs by Roger Weiss

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 06, 2015
Swiss photographer Roger Weiss' Human Dilatation series 'does not fear the marks of frailness of the body and its imperfections but rather encourages the female image to appear as a whole: a shape by itself, in a game of istortions that allows one to differently relate to the image, entirely detached from the sterotypical and hypocritical notion of beauty.'

New Wall by Pastel in Spain for the Milestone Project

Street Art // Monday, July 06, 2015
Pastel recently completed this wall in Girona, Spain for the Milestone Project. Located in Font de la Polvora a gitane neighborhood where they use the public space as a extension of their homes. The site identity is an important element because it is a community living of habits and traditions. In front of the wall is a very thin river where some wild plants gow and the animals drink water.

Vault

Full magazine features from Juxtapoz

visit the VAULT >