C215 Goes big in Sete, France

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 04, 2012
Making his way to the small town of Sete, in southern France, C215 recently finished up a new mural much larger in size than we are accustomed to seeing. The artist stenciled a portrait of a man with vast amount of detail and there is also one of our favorite little cats hanging out below as well. The mural was painted to coincide with the K-live Festival.

The Work of Dirk Erik Schulz

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 04, 2012
Growing up in the Ren and Stimpy generation, I can't help but be amused by and attracted to the grotesque, exaggerated work of German artist Dirk Erik Schulz. His cartoonish, and grossly sarcastic illustration style is reminiscent of the era of Mad magazine and early Nickelodeon, when I dreamed that one day I could get slimed on You Can't Do That on Television also...

New Shank

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 04, 2012
Shank has been dusting a lot of colorful cans and burning down numerous walls recently, this newest piece being cold hard evidence.

Monstres d’Acrylique: The Work of Loïc Sattler

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 04, 2012
Loïc Sattler is currently crafting sexy campaigns as a Senior Art Director in Berlin. Since 1999, he has proven his design-skills in web-design, multimedia, print collateral, clothes styling, and corporate identity. He works with special emphasis on aesthetics, creative ideas and communication goals, with a very high attention to details and his aim is to be understood as an individual who wishes to take things further by empowering his profession.

Chehad Abdallah's "Warzone Carpet”

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
Some people practice the concept of carpet bombing (see Rumsfield), and others make a carpet that depicts bombing. Chehad Abadallah has created one of the most clever piece of home decor we have ever seen: the "Warzone Carpet." And to think, we were just looking for a plain 3' x 5' rug at Pottery Barn when we could of had this.

Triangle Superheroes by Inge Jalink

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
All it takes are a couple hundred triangles. Dutch graphic designer and illustrator, Inge Jalink, takes the simplest of geometrtic shapes and creates portraits of household names in the superhero department. We think Batman is by far our favorite.

In Tattoo: A Traditional Sailor Jerry

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
"Good work ain't cheap. Cheap work ain't good." Sailor Jerry (1911 – 1973 aka. Norman Keith Collins) was a very influential tattoo artist based in Honolulu with his tattoo shop, located right where sailors left for overseas. A Sailor Jerry tattoo was characterized by bold unwavering lines with a refined use of color and amazing detail.

Joao Ruas' New Erotica

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
A gorgeous collection of some of João Ruas' more sensual, seductive works, Ruas paints a haunting world inhabited by enigmatic figures and regal beasts awash in a maelstrom of mysterious energies. His explorations of the darker realms of the spirit evoke states of emotional turmoil, spiritual hunger and troubled passion. Weaving together history, mythology and cryptic symbolism in a misty dreamscape...

The Work of Bill Connors

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 03, 2012
Screenprinter and illustrator deluxe, Bill Connors is an artist living and working in Chicago, who recently graduated with my BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Melting faces, flesh and veins, brains, hairy guts, serpent eyes and the little pointy ears of ghastly beasts- these are a few of my favorite things.... (also!!)

Never2501 in Milan, Italy

Street Art // Sunday, June 03, 2012
Italian artist, Never2501, painted the following mural to coincide with the E.G.O Festival in Milan, Italy.  Wonderful detailed line work and movement.

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