Saber: #DefendTheArts Skywriting Campaign Donation

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 20, 2012
Here in the Juxtapoz office, we are getting into the political mood as we just completed our November 2012 Politics issue. (Curated by Ron English, get ready). Just as we were finishing, LA graffiti legend and proponent of public art, Saber, contacted us about a new campaign he was working on: #DefendTheArts. Saber is building a community for a skywriting campaign to illuminate Mitt Romney's declaration that he will eliminate funding for The National Endowment for the Arts, PBS, and NPR if elected.

Bad Children's Books by Bob Staake (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 20, 2012
Getting offended can be such a fun feeling, especially when it's art and humor where no one is being spared. Bob Staake has created a series of "Satire, Humor and Visual Parody of Classic Children's Books From the 1940s Through 1960s." Prepare to learn how to make money, what Bukowski really does to children, and just what does daddy have in the trunk...

Works by Andy Denzler

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 20, 2012
Andy Denzler has taken the long since dead medium of video tape and injected it with a shot of creativity and imagination. Heavily influenced by Andy Warhol's screen tests of the 1960‘s and Julian Schnabel's The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Hovering and shifting constantly between abstraction and figuration, his work reinterprets the way both painting and video can be brought together.

An Egyptian Sawe

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 20, 2012
What’s not to like about this Egyptian- themed Sawe piece? This makes graffiti look like a whole lot of fun. It probably inspired a couple of young kids to go out and give the spray can a whirl for the first time.

Ellen Von Unwerth for 7000 Magazine

Erotica // Thursday, September 20, 2012
Sweet, sultry and seductive little teaser video for 7000 Magazine by the ever-talented photographer, director and creative Ellen von Unwerth, who specilizes in erotic femininity. "(Women) are not just there to be admired, they are there to be enjoyed." -Ellen Von Unwerth

Nightmare on Elm St. Reeee-mix

Illustration // Thursday, September 20, 2012
The cartoon, comic and movie icons in Ben's illustrated work come with an unexpected dark twist. His humorous and sometimes gory graphic drawings remind you of something that you've seen before, because you probablt have. Creepy and hilarious re-mix illustrations by Ben6835.

The Art of Matt Ritchie

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 19, 2012
There are no amount of jpgs or bandwidth that can convey the beauty that is Matt Ritchie's creativity. His artwork is simply something that HAS to be experienced in person. You see, in a subculture overrun with overstimulation, instant gratification and the notion that "bigger is always better", Matt Ritchie has taken an unheard-of approach to his art: subtlety, persistence, and passion.

Ericailcane @ Fame Festival 2012

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Last year at this time, we were traversing the streets of Grottaglie, Italy, enjoying FAME Festival and the murals that have gone up in the town over the past years. An interview with Angelo Milano of FAME and Studiocromie later, we have to enjoy this year's FAME from a distance, but we love what we are seeing from March 2010 subscriber cover artist, Ericailcane on the side of an apartment building.

"Someday All The Adults Will Die: Punk Graphics 1971-1984" @ Hayward Project Space, London

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Through November 4, 2012, the Hayward Gallery Project Space in London will be hosting Someday All the Adults Will Die: Punk Graphics 1971 - 1984, a comprehensive overview of punk graphic design from before, during, and after the punk years. Curated by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage, the exhibition will include several hundred pieces of previously unseen material from private archives and collections...

Adonit’s Jot Touch Pressure Sensitive Stylus for iPad

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Released at the end of July, Adonit’s Jot Touch Stylus had one goal: Give professional artists a reliable tool to create on the go. As the first pressure sensitive stylus option for the iPad, Adonit has finally unchained artists from their workstations and provided the freedom to create whenever inspiration strikes.

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