The Works of Heather Benjamin (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 16, 2012
Illustrator Heather Benjamin creates some striking, often gory, always unique, cant-look-away drawings. Sexual themes are abundant in her work with touches of gore and morbidness, themes of which are not often associated with most erotic work. Check out Heather Benjamin's illustrations which she appropriately titled, "Sad Sex".

Feeling Blue...

Graffiti // Sunday, September 16, 2012
If you were not convinced of the technical skill and creativity of Roids graffiti, you will be now. Black and blue, all he needs. Heater!

Colorful Ink by Dominick McIntosh

Tattoo // Sunday, September 16, 2012
Dominick McIntosh's tattoo work is saturated with bright and vibrant hues that really make his designs pop. You'll have to stop by Dead Gods Tattoo in Tigard, Oregon, if your looking to get some of his skills on your skin. Check out some of his work we have gathered which includes a sweet head tatt and other colorful gems.  

Gris1 @ Backside Gallery

Graffiti // Saturday, September 15, 2012
We think this is a creative promotional concept for a gallery exhibition by graffiti artist, Gris. His exhibition opens September 20, 2012 at Backside Gallery in Marseille. France.  

Goldfish Photo Booths in Japan

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 15, 2012
The goldfish has been a part of Japanese cultures for centuries and traditional games such as "Scooping Goldfish" are still played today. The collective group going by the name, Kingyobu aka Goldfish club, have been making aquariums out of phone booths for the past year and placing hundreds of goldfish inside.

Alex Pardee on Robert Bowen

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 15, 2012
I interviewed surrealist painter Robert Bowen for Juxtapoz Issue #139. Since that was only a couple of months ago, I was going to ask him the same exact questions that I did before just because it would be silly, but instead, I'm going to let his incredible paintings speak for themselves, because they speak pretty loudly and each one has its own beautiful voice.

The Work of Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 15, 2012
Tim Noble and Sue Webster are a dynamic duo based out of the UK. Using everyday things including rubbish, they've taken the idea of assemblages to a new level of transformative art.

The Work of Tim Lane

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 15, 2012
'Tim Lane is inspired by the colourful and fascinating ceremonial rites of ancient cultures; how they celebrate the cycle of life and their provisions for death and the afterlife. Other elements of these rites: the music, the transforming quality of performance and characterful faces, can be seen to influence Tim’s paintings. He also explores the idea of faded glory and the fragility of life and civilization...'

The Erotic Work of INSA

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 15, 2012
“INSA’s work, contray to some at first glace, speaks to an inquisitive and informed viewship. His beautiful women flaunting oiled skin and high heels or name brand sneakers serve as modern icons and symbols of our lavish and unsustainable, even unhealthy, lifestyle."

Opening: Ryan McGinness "Women" @ Quint Contemporary Art, San Diego

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2012
Opening Saturday evening at Quint Contemporary Art in San Diego is an solo exhibition featuring Ryan McGinness titled Women: New (Re) Presentations. The show is comprised of a series of works McGinness has been producing over the last few years experimenting with the representations of the female nude, delineating the long-standing subject in Western art into essential geometric forms in a variety of mediums...

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