Sculpture Works by Stephen Shaheen

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 26, 2012
Stephen Shaheen is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work explores the porous borders between art, design and architecture. His work spans both manual and digital processes, and employs materials as diverse as repurposed found objects, marble, and recycled denim fiber.

Colored Pencil Works by Dirk Bach

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 26, 2012
Perhaps having one of our favorite names in art, illustration Dirk Bach also happens to be a very talented craftsman working with graphite and colored pencils. The scenes are still-lifes, with a hint of surrealism and collage. He has shown throughout the United States. 

Sketches by Henry Lewis

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 26, 2012
Henry Lewis is a tattoo artist and prolific painter from San Francisco who often combines human, animal, and textual elements into his mythical works. This collection of sketches and ink paintings--with dragons, beasts, and Asian-inspired linework--almost looks like it could be found in a museum of ancient paintings, but the amazingly tripped out energy of these works is all his own.

Backwoods Gallery Presents "Carrion": a new exhibition by Roa

Street Art // Sunday, November 25, 2012
If not yet, soon, Roa will have painted every animal known to exist in just about every city in the world. Well, that may be a stretch, but Roa appears to be everywhere, painting everything, all the time. Down in Australia, the artist will be showing new work at Backwoods Gallery opening November 30, 2012. We suggest you go. Do it.

The House that would not Budge

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 25, 2012
This isn't so much an art story so much as it is just a plain awesome story. Luo Baogen and his wife refused to leave their home in Wenling, Zhejiang, China because they felt that the government's relocation compensation was not enough for them to rebuild a new home. So instead, they stayed put and made the government build a road around their 5-story home.

Flash Sheets from Joel Albertsson

Tattoo // Sunday, November 25, 2012
Suffice it to say, we've never seen flash like this. We love the way that Joel Albertsson of Göteborg Classic Tattooing switches up his palette and uses the visual vocabulary of traditional tattoo flash to depict very non-traditional imagery. From depictions of ritualistic and "primitive" objects to literally blue Blues musicians, Albertsson's distinctive sheets of flash are amazing works of art.  

Sketch Theatre: Carl Grace & Josh Hagan

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 25, 2012
In this time-lapse video from Sketch Theatre, we see a collaborative illustration between artists Carl Grace and Josh Hagan come to life in a few minutes. 'Sketch Theatre serves to motivate and inspire artists from all walks of life. Aspiring artists are exposed to contemporary artists and the various career paths taken by these like-minded individuals who all began their careers with the primary process of putting ideas and expressions down with a pencil & paper...'

GBAKILLERS, MADSOCIETY,AND THEMOSTDEF by ASKEW

Graffiti // Sunday, November 25, 2012
New Zealand’s Askew outdid himself with this new wall representing his three crews GBAK(Gbakillers), MSK(Madsociety), and TMD(Themostdef).

Video: MQ and friends bombing San Francisco

Graffiti // Saturday, November 24, 2012
ArtPrimo presents a new video featuring all around vandalism by MQ and friends in the streets of San Francisco. Soundtrack by Death for an all around win.

Print Release: Michael Peck "Fighter Pilot #1" & "Spitfire"

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 24, 2012
We have had a great time covering the works of Michael Peck this year both in print and web, and the Victoria, Australia-based artist just released two prints (in two sizes) of the paintings Spitfire and Fighter Pilot #1. Each image has been released in a large format and small format sizing. Check after the jump for details. 

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