Haifa's Broken Fingaz

Illustration // Friday, February 01, 2013
Broken Fingaz are a pioneering, multidisciplinary street art collective from Haifa, Israel. Heralded as ther first crew to emerge from their homeland, their widely acclaimed and dynamic work includes illustration, graffiti, graphic design, installation and music. Since their beginnings 11 years ago, Broken Fingaz have steadily built a worldwide following, exhibiting work on walls and galleries shows around the world...

Gloria Pizzilli's Erotic Wildlife

Erotica // Friday, February 01, 2013
Gloria Pizzilli is a freelance designer based in Italy. As a freelancer, she works as illustrator and graphic designer. With the female collectives GAIAdesign and Oradaria Design, she also works on furniture, fashion pieces and product design projects. A woman of many talents! We're loving this collection of provocative women in the wild from her 'WIldlife' Series.

IN L.A.: Retna Innercity-Arts Benefit Auction and Reception

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 01, 2013
This past weekend New Image Art and Robert Galstian presented an exclusive reception and auction at Retna’s studio to raise money to benefit the Inner-City Arts program. A lot of great Retna works, in styles we haven't seen in quite some time mixed with brand new works showed just how talented and the range that Retna has explored over recent years. Photos of the evening after the jump…

Avi Spivak's "Studs & Broads" @ Otha's

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 01, 2013
Believe it or not, there was actually a coffee void in an area of Williamsburg, Brooklyn? Yep, the first JMZ stop (Unless you prefer McDonalds coffee and we aren’t mad at you if you do) has been without anything of quality since the beginning of time and our friends decided to change that. Otha’s was established only a few months ago and tonight, February 1, 2013 they are throwing their first art show entitled “Studs & Broads” with local Brooklyn-based illustrator, Avi Spivak.

Forsythe x Mike Shine... "Flotsam's Harvest" Is Upon Us...

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 01, 2013
We are preparing you for the end of days. Well, okay that is harsh, and a little melodramatic considering this is all for fun and games. Mike Shine, the man who has transformed the Outside Lands Music & Art Festival into a performance art piece, will be opening Flotsam's Harvest at 941 Geary on March 16, 2013. Each week leading up to the show, Flotsam will be taking over the Internet, producing chapters, poems, riddles, all leading up to the Harvest.

How Nosm "Late Confessions" @ 557 West 23rd Street, NYC

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 01, 2013
A reminder that How Nosm open their pop-up show tonight, February 1, 2013, from 7—9PM. We got a little sneak peek and some detail shots of Late Confessions, the name of identical twins How & Nosm debut solo exhibition in New York City in a temporary space presented by Jonathan LeVine Gallery located at 557 West 23rd Street in Chelsea. The talented artists are presenting an impressive collection of works and on-site installations that expands their universe into the physical space.

Hyperreal Drawings by Kelvin Okafor

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 01, 2013
We know that hyperreal has been the talk of the Internet for years now, but what we have been liking recently is the addition of process works in regards to hyperreal artists. UK-based Kelvin Okafor pencil artists has great skill, and he calls himself a "passionate penciled artist. Highly interested in detail and precision."

Mixed-media Works by Oriol Angrill Jorda

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 01, 2013
Oriol Angrill Jorda's new collection of stunning, ethereal illustrations, are a beautiful new reflection of his infinite capabilities. Oriol is currently based in London and works primarily graphite and watercolor. His renderings are often composed of various overlaying patterns, colors and imagery taking the form of dreamlike portraiture.

The Works of Justin Hopkins, aka RareBit

Music // Friday, February 01, 2013
A great collection of drawings from Los Angeles based Justin Hopkins, who also goes by the name RareBit. As RareBit, Hopkins releases music via Non Projects, and his illustration work is full of fine details and pointillism style. Growing up in Washington, Hopkins says of his work: I like to think of my music as fungus encrusted and in a constant state of growth and decay. In this way I am influenced by the organic, wet, and florally lush environment in which I grew up.

Parra "Credit Card" Tee for Thrasher

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 31, 2013
Our friend Parra, former cover artist and getting set for an exhibition in NYC at Jonathan LeVine in the coming month, just released a t-shirt with our brothers at Thrasher Magazine today. Nothing says a good time like having a skateboard in the ... wait a second...

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