Enigmatic Nudes by Arnold Frolics

Erotica // Friday, August 31, 2012
There isn't much information out there on photographer Arnold Frolics, and his evocative nudes impart a similar air of mystery. Solitary figures bare all on deserted playground structures and other backdrops in shots that are eerily spotlit à la David Lynch, while angles are often skewed to make for some gravity-defying compositions. Equal parts surreal and sensual.

Digital Art by Jean-Philippe Bretin

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 31, 2012
In the digital age of today, there is no discounting digital painting. David Hockney has even done an entire museum show surrounding the concept of drawing on iPads, which is obviously not the same as a beautiful work on canvas or paper, but it is certainly something that is part of the present...

The Work of Duda Lanna

Illustration // Friday, August 31, 2012
Visual artist, Duda Lanna develops a work clearly inspired by psychedelic, seeking references in science fiction and retro-futuristic aesthetic of the ‘50s and ‘60s. Contrasting geometric elements with organic shapes, his paintings can move freely between the abstract and figurative, uniting past and future, science and religion.

Preview: Raul Gonzalez III & Caleb Neelon @ Black Book Gallery, Denver

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
This past June, artist, Jux contributor, and Bostonian Caleb Neelon interviewed fellow artist and Bostonian Raul Gonzalez in our magazine. This friendship has now blossomed in a joint exhibition, Mojados y Polvosos (Wet and Dusty), set to open at Denver's Black Book Gallery this September 7, 2012, with Neelon focusing on a maritime theme and Gonzalez focuses on the idea of a voyage, using soil, coffee, and dirty water as his materials.

Preview: Audrey Kawasaki "Midnight Reverie" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
Our friends at Boing Boing just posted an exclusive preview of January 2012 cover artist, Audrey Kawasaki's Midnight Reverie exhibition opening at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC on September 8, 2012. Audrey said of the work, "Some of the pieces have windows, like passage-ways into another world, yet it can also feel like limbo or static—wanting to walk through to the other side, but not being able to. Others are deep in the make believe, magical, mystical realm." More after the jump. . .

The Works of Bill Dunlap

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
We have profiled Bill Dunlap's work in the magazine before, but we have just come across his black painting and faces series and wanted to share with our readers. Dunlap has shown in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and Boston this summer in various group shows, but is also known to paint a very well-constructed barn mural. He also "Can't read, can't write." And was "Raised by wolves and skunks."

Feature: Dabs Myla in Conversation with Dscreet

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
Dabs Myla's big 'Marvelous Expeditions' show is coming up on Sat, Sept. 1st at Thinkspace. The duo have put together a fun lil' set of questions combining some of the favorite questions they've been asked over the past few years as well as a few show specific travel related questions to spice things up. Today, the conclude their series with Dscreet.

Campbell's Soup Limited Edition Andy Warhol... Soup

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
It was bound to happen. The world's largest soup company, Campbell's, is set to release (at Target no less) limited-edition Andy Warhol inspired soup cans to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Warhol's infamous Campbell's soup can art. Warhols' seminal 32 Campbell's Soup Cans remains his most iconic work, and while you go to buy bulk product remanufactured as hip mass commercialism (Target), you can have a slice of... limited-editioned soup. Use only in earthquake emergencies.

Your Rainbow Panorama in Pictures

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
We have shown you this project before, but not these images. Choose what hue or tint you would like to view the world in. The rooftop at the Aros Museum in Aarthus, Denmark permanently hosts this circular rainbow walkway designed by Olafur Elliasson. At night, the installation is lit up from inside by spotlights embedded in the floor.

Mark Whalen: New works @ Melbourne Art Fair

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
Earlier this month, Mark Whalen (maybe you know him as Kill Pixie) had a grouping of new works on display with Edwina Corlette Gallery at the Melbourne Art Fair. We have done a lot with Mr Whalen over the past year (videos, studio visits, magazine features) but we think this is the first time we have seen basketballs in his work. We could be mistaken, but we think not.

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