The World's Narrowest House

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 27, 2012
Not only is the narrowest house in the world a thought worth exploring, it is being constructed now in Warsaw, Poland, in between the passageway of two buildings. Narrow doesn't even cut it. The space is 47 inches wide. Break that down, readers, and that is a major 3 feet, 11 inches of space you have to work with. Does Ikea make things for you?

Opening: William Eggleston @ Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 27, 2012
William Eggleston is a photographer that triumphs capturing the everyday (influenced by the greats that shortly preceded him like Henry Cartier-Bresson who coined the term the decisive moment). In this exhibition of photographs from the Los Alamos series, Eggleston captured his immediate surroundings while driving across the United States between 1966 and 1974.

Utah & Ether

Graffiti // Thursday, September 27, 2012
Utah and ether still doing the dahm thing somewhere in the maze of Asia.

The Works of Hiro Kurata

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 27, 2012
Born in Osaka, Japan, Hiro Kurata has continued to craft an intricate story that ties together both Eastern and Western culture. Focusing on surrealistic moments, he illustrates his daily life through sports motif, chairs, and the stability of gentleness. However, the underlying theme of his work is both chaotic and restless.

New Works by Kilian Eng

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 27, 2012
We featured Swedish artist Kilian Eng in the magazine this past June 2012, and we just saw that he updated his site with a group of fantastic works. Otherworldly, Tron style, and some futuristic spacesuit travel pieces make this seem like a spread from a magazine of the year 2050. 

Francis Minoza: Nicebleed

Illustration // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
The work of illustrator and designer Francis Minoza is filled with dark humor, bits of pop-culture references and icons, wit and the occasional gore. His beautiful, minimally designed illustrations are smart, forward and original, combining traditional and digital media.

Kyle Stecker Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
This rendering of Tom Waits was created by artist and illustrator Kyle Stecker (for Ammo Magazine). Stecker is located in Brooklyn, New York and has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators NY and American Illustration. Some of his clients include: Plansponser, Time Out Chicago, Total Guitar, Grantland, The Dallas Observer, Mountain Biking UK, Dirtrag, Bicycle Times and Backpacker Magazine.

I ART JOBURG: PART 2

Street Art // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Often when traveling to unknown lands, in this case Johannesburg, one can create certain expectations in their head and discover the exact opposite. After a few days running around, are initial skepticism of Joburg has been revoked and anything but negative. Aside from countless memorable adventures from our hospitable hosts and curators of the event, /ANDPEOPLE, we have witnessed two massive murals by ESPO and ROA come to completion.

Art of the Assassin in Chicago

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Tomorrow, Thursday September 27, Ubisoft, in partnership with Rock the Vote, will take their traveling art show, Art of the Assassin on the road and hit The Windy City for an exclusive one-day exhibit, celebrating their upcoming release of Assassin's Creed III.

SACRED INK BY CEDRIC ARNOLD

Tattoo // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Working in Bangkok for the last ten years British/French Photographer Cedric Arnold explored the ancient Thai tattoo practice of Yantra in this incredible series called Sacred Ink. “A body, used as a canvas, every inch of skin filled with sacred text and figures of mythical creatures, all forming a protective shield..." Enter the world of Thailand’s spiritual “Yantra” tattoo tradition.”

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