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....

Super7 x Krooked Skateboards x Mark Gonzales "The Priest" Figure Release Party

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Our friends at Super7 and Krooked, along with our very good family friend, the legendary Mark Gonzales, have all teamed up to turn Mark's iconic Priest figure into a limited edition, made in Japan vinyl figure. Coinciding with the figure's release, Super7 will be holding an opening party at their Haight Street in SF flagship this Friday, November 30.

Preview: Kelly Vivanco "Inner Workings" @ Thinkspace, Culver City

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Thinkspace is pleased to present Inner Workings, the gallery’s third solo exhibition of new work by Escondido, California based painter Kelly Vivanco. Concurrently on view in the project room, Thinkspace is excited to welcome back Catherine Brooks with her new body of work, The Wild Ones. Preview after the jump . . .

Remed "Epyphism" @ David Bloch, Morocco

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
A new video focusing on the work of Spanish artist, Remed, was released to promote his upcoming solo exhibition at David Bloch Gallery in Morocco. The show entitled “EPYPHISM” will showcase a number of new paintings from the artist. The video documents his process painting in the studio, as well as creating a simple abstract piece in the streets.

Sand Castles by Calvin Seibert

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
We have been waiting to see work like this for quite some time, not that we don't love a detailed sand sculpture of the Simpsons. We just wanted to see something simple, geometric, and patterned from someone on the beach, and Calvin Seibert has such a clean approach, we can't believe he gets this completed so close to a danger zone. The danger being a wave that feels like extending itself just a tad further.

The Bridge House by ObjecktCreative Design Studio

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Over the past few weeks, we have seen a bunch of architecture projects that have really caught our eye, and we just found our future home this morning. A new design from the studio ObjecktCreative, The Bridge House, featuring three cubes placed accordingly over a creek. You get nice views from every angle, and you can easily cross over the water at any time by going into your living room.

Danny Heller Paints Midcentury Architecture Now

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Danny Heller's paintings take a central focus on midcentury architectural design, often working directly from photographs of these beautiful yet stripped down homes in palm fringed landscapes like Palm Springs  where the peak of the  1960s spacious and minimalist approach remains in full glory. Heller's works themselves are impeccably painted quite easily described as photo-realistic.

Burned Over by Amelia Bauer

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
With nature setting the scene, photographer Amelia Bauer creates fantastic light effects that make the forest appear as if on fire from an extraterrestrial source. Ethereal, ghostly, but somehow alive and warm, the Santa Fe born, Brooklyn-based photographer has shown throughout the US. Today, we look at her Burned Over series.

Alexa Meade and Sheila Vand's "Milk: what will you make of me?"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
A collaboration of body painter extraordinaire Alexa Meade and performance artist Sheila Vand, involving the before-mentioned body painting work before Vand lies in a pool of milk. Both in still and video images, this is a particularly interesting collaboration, where the subject comes to life in a fluid "still-life." If that doesn't make sense, click after the jump, and see the video.

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