Tattoo Illustrations by Jacob Jensen

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Jacob Dahlstrup Jensen was born in 1985 in Denmark and currently lives and works in Copenhagen where he creates works of graphite and hand embossed paper, using a tattoo needle- like this series of text and portrait pieces. Jacob will soon be on show in June 2012 "Storytellers", Galerie Wolfsen, Ålborg (DK), January 2013 Solo exhibition at MOHS Exbibit, Copenhagen (DK) and March 2013 solo exhibiton at Munch Gallery in New York (US).

The Graphic Works of Russia's Anatoly Fomenko

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Anatoly Fomenko, a Soviet and Russian mathematician born in 1945, feels the need for expressing abstract mathematical concepts through artwork. Since the mid-1970s, Fomenko has created more than 280 graphic works. Not only have his images filled pages of some of his own books on geometry, but they have also been chosen to illustrate books on other subjects by many other mathematicians...

MEGAN WHITMARSH "Revolution is a Circle" @ Jack Hanley, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
SF-based Megan Whitmarsh (featured in our August 2007 issue), whom we have grown fond of her little white Yeti character that used to pop up in her drawings, is set to open a new exhibition, Revolution is a Circle, at NYC's Jack Hanley on Friday, June 9. The show will feature a mix of illustration, hand-stitching, embroidery, and installation based works.

Preview: Juxtapoz x Adult Swim Special July 2012 Issue

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Just in time for beach trips, travel, and Comic Con, we present to you our very special collaboration with Cartoon Network and Adult Swim on the July 2012 Special Adult Swim issue. Adult Swim has taken over ever feature, profile, photo, review, Pop Life moment, featuring their brand new program, Black Dynamite, on the cover. We got the makers of Venture Bros, Squidbillies, Metalocalypse, Superjail!, Aqua Teen, Childrens Hospital, Robot Chicken, and Loiter Squad all to talk about the stories behind their shows.

New Mural by Jesse Hazelip in venice

Street Art // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
In conjunction with the annual Venice Artwalk, painted on the exterior of the landmark Red Fort building built in 1922, artist Jesse Hazelip, created the following mural titled “Hearts of Oak.”  The artist’s mural depicts an oversized pig being chauffeured on chariot-like vessel by a bull, used as a metaphor for the excess and gluttony of Wall Street, and the suffering working class.

Juxtapoz @ E3: Ubisoft Press Conference

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Ubisoft is my current frontrunner for presentation of year at E3. They came out strong with their main titles, Assassins Creed 3, Far Cry 3, and Splinter Cell, and still managed to shock us with some titles we have never heard of. They also had some of the best MC's hosting their event as well.

Video: Horfe / Crack & Shine International

Graffiti // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
It’s obvious by the amount of posts dedicated to Horfe that we are big fans and you should be by now too. This year has turned out to be a busy one for the artist, who was featured in our January 2012 printed issue. Crack and Shine International just released a video following Horfe through the streets of Paris as he shares his thoughts on his native city and the freedoms that come with being an artist.

In L.A.: Gustavo Godoy @ Honor Fraser

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
This past weekend we stopped by Honor Fraser Gallery for the opening of Gustavo Godoy’s “Vacant Mounds and Markers”. The sculptures in Vacant Mounds and Markers quietly examine spiritual spaces and secular objects. Positioned at ground level, Godoy's sculptures transform the gallery into a meditative sanctuary, addressing the physicality of space as well as the ritualistic spaces inspired by secular and sacred belief systems. Photos and more after the jump…

Photoreal Paintings by Alyssa Monks

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
We have shown you the photoreal paintings of Brooklyn-based painter Alyssa Monks in the past in our Erotica section, and today we were really enjoying her new works painted in 2012. As the years have gone on, Monks' hyperreal paintings have become more abstract, with flesh hiding behind steamed surfaces, obscuring the body and facial expressions, and figures are more in performance with their poses than in works past.

Wes Anderson Bingo

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
For the hoards of Wes Anderson fans out there who are anticipating or have recently enjoyed Moonrise Kingdom, you can now take your obsession a step further. You thought you had shown your dedication by dressing up as team Zissou for Halloween, but now you can play Wes Anderson board games. You no longer have to wait for a costume clad holiday to enjoy your own Wes Anderson experience.

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