Art Basel Miami 2012: Where To Go and What To See

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Oh the madness that is trying to get a cab in South Beach at 9PM during Art Basel Miami. We are not going to complain, because there are a lot worse things to do then head to warmth during the cold early December days, but you either go with a gameplan or let the tides take you from place to place. We actually try and accomplish both waves of energy, and we are here to let you know a few fairs to hit up, and perhaps a sandwich shop to dine at. Let us guide you...

Print Release: Geoff McFetridge "Chopping Stripes"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Coinciding with his exhibition at Cooper Cole Gallery in Toronto, the gallery has just released a new Geoff McFetridge print, "Chopping Stripes." We have made no secret that we love the new works from the LA-based McFetridge, and were impressed with his show at Ivory & Black in London this past Fall, and the works at Cooper Cole this month are again quite stunning. This print could make a wonderful holiday gift, hint, hint...

Swoon In Print

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
One of our all-time favorites, and 2x cover artist, Brooklyn-based Swoon, just started a print website, Swoon in Print, where she will be releasing limited-run prints. As the site mentions, better than we can break it down, "Swoon in Print is a resource for small, hand crafted, unique variant print editions by the artist Swoon."

Joan Tarrago's Linear Screen Prints

Illustration // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Joan Tarrago is a prolific illustrator based in Barcelona who has designed for everyone from John Galliano to Ray Ban. His distinctive linear screen prints often incorporate complex interlocking vines, lines or fur, but his simple palette and precise hand manage to keep even the most intricate designs looking clean and fresh.

The Avoid Conversation Table by Michael Beitz

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
This could come in handy on those awkward dinner time arguments, or better yet, a really bad date. Michael Beitz has created the "avoid conversation dining table," featuring a central hump in the middle to obstruct the diner at the other end of the table. You will now be speaking to a piece of wood. 

Pat Perry: New Sketchbook Works + Print Releases

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
I officially have a man crush on Pat Perry. And I don't care that I'm saying it. I nearly wait around every month to see what the Michigan-based artist is working on, and luckily, he posted new sketchbook works, and most importantly, a series of new prints on his site over the past few weeks...

Release: Yellow Subversion: The Artwork of Yellow Submarine

Music // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
To celebrate the Beatles' 50th anniversary 50by70 has published the first ever set of fine art prints of the stunning artwork from the classic 1968 animated film Yellow Submarine. Yellow Subversion: The Artwork of Yellow Submarine is a strictly limited edition boxed set of five full colour screen prints accompanied by a book featuring an essay by the legendary Simpsons writer, showrunner and producer Josh Weinstein.

The Otherworldly Paintings of Julius Hofmann

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
This was hard to understand at first, but you have to really dig into the works of Germany's Julius Hofmann to understand how truly fantastic these paintings are. A former student of a Jux favorite, Neo Rauch, the works almost appear to be stills from a claymation gone horribly awesome, but closer attention finds beautiful works.

The Works of Pete McDonald

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
A look across Pete McDonald's portfolio reveals a totally heterogeneous, varied body of work. McDonald's versatility is his strong suit, leading to collaborations with such illustrious clients as Google, Nike, Converse, Sundance Film Festival and Coke. A freelance designer, illustrator and animator, He is based New Zealand.

Works by Jonathan Burton

Illustration // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Jonathan Burton's works have an old school, vintage flair, which he updates with elements of the odd or uncanny. Burton has worked as an illustrator since 1999 after graduating with a MA from Kingston University, London. His work has appeared on covers and in the pages of TIME, Nature, New Scientist, The Times, Plansponsor, The Wall Street Journal and many more magazines and newspapers....

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