Imaginary Maps by Marie Gosselin

Illustration // Friday, November 09, 2012
Freelance graphic designer, illustrator, and sometimes confectioner Marie Gosselin's color pencil drawings unfold as vibrant maps to the fantastical lands of her imagination. Her beautiful dreamscapes take you back to a time of childlike wonder, a world of candy-colored volcanos and purple tigers you can easily get lost in. Gosselin lives in a bakery with her cat Puduc. A graduate of LISAA (Paris) and Saint Luc (Tournai, Belgium), she is currently studying at Gobelins in Paris.

SLAP Mag 20 Year Anniversary Print Issue

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
We are very excited to announce that our sister publication, SLAP Magazine, will be celebrating its 20th anniversary as we close out 2012. To commemorate the landmark, the web-only SLAP will be publishing one more issue for its readers, super limited ad-free issue we must note. The issue covers SLAP’s history with conversations and contributions from old mainstays like Scott Bourne and Jeremy Fish...

Preview: Christian Rex van Minnen "Fever Dream" @ Copro Gallery, Santa Monica

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
We showed you the eerie, dysfunctional works of Christian Rex van Minnen on the site last week, and we are excited that the artist will open Fever Dream at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica this Saturday, November 10. On the same night, Copro opens works by Adam Miller and Bill Norrby. 

David Del Pilar Potes of Hamburger Eyes @ Family Bookstore, LA

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
If you are in Los Angeles tonight, we think you should check out David Del Pilar Potes, one of the founders of San Francisco's famed photography journal, photo-zine press, and studio Hamburger Eyes, will have a book release and exhibition open at Family Bookstore. The History of the Dodo is "a narrative about evolution & extinction, and how we are all gonna die."

Thomas Campbell Book Release & Exhibition @ Mollusk Surf Shop, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
This Friday, November 9, Thomas Campbell will be having both a signing/release and exhibition surrounding his new surf photography book, Slide Your Brains Out, at Mollusk Surf Shop in San Francisco. Tommy Guerrero and Ray Barbee will be playing live, the book looks amazing as it features Campbell's surf shots from 1997—2012, and Mollusk is an SF staple. Go. 

Exclusive Preview: Kris Lewis @ David B Smith Gallery, Denver

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
We have been looking forward to a new body of work from Kris Lewis, and we are excited this morning to show you new paintings from his upcoming exhibition at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, opening Friday, November 9. Lewis' new work again shows a rare talent in both surreal and photoreal portrait art, with each portrait shown here an oil on canvas or panel work.

Steven Harrington x Case Studyo: The Thinker

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Fresh off a late summer show at Known Gallery and various projects throughout the year, LA-based artist Steven Harrington is set to release a new porcelain sculpture with Belgium's Case Studyo this Friday, November 9. The special piece is made in an edition of 25.

Wood Sculptures by Dan Webb

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Gessato always posts amazing things on their site (contributor Allison Parker seems to find the good stuff), and they got us onto the amazing wood sculpture work of Dan Webb this morning. A mixture of every objects (a slept on pillow) and the surreal (sneakers attached to bones attached to a slab of wood), the incredible detail that Webb carves and sculpts shows how masterly he can be with everyday wood.

A Car Crash Painted Body Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
At first we didn't have a clue of what we were looking at, but then the piece begins to take shape. You are looking at a depiction of a car crash, as composed by painitng humans and organizing them in the shape of the crash. Australian aritst Emma Hack created the piece with 17 people, and over 18 hours of work. Watch the video...  

The Infinite Staircase by Olafur Eliasson

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Completed in 2004, Umschreibung (or rewriting) is a surreal spiral steel staircase built by Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson. The staircase resides permanently in the courtyard of the global accounting firm KPMG in Munich. You may remember Eliasson’s name from his New York City Waterfalls project back in 2008, where the artist created four man-made waterfalls in the New York Harbor, one being directly under the Brooklyn Bridge that was around 100 feet tall.

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