Wire Sculptures by Robin Wight

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
One of the most magical elements to the creative process is being able to conceptualize your imagination. Robin Wight does a spectacular job capturing this in his Fantasy Wire sculptures. Depicting a struggle between fairy and dandelion, the ironic scenario of such a delicate and fragile plant against a magical creature is beautiful to behold. Done with superb craftsmanship and displayed in its rightful natural environment, Wight creates dazzling masterpieces that are blissful to enjoy.

Randy Colosky: Ellipses in the Key of Blue

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
If you are living in the Bay Area and spend a lot of time downtown San Francisco then you have probably seen this mural, Ellipses in the Key of Blue, surrounding the future Central Subway Moscone Station. Commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission, Randy Colosky is no foreigner to the city and surrounding areas. After receiving his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in sculpture he was awarded many grants, participated in many shows in the Bay Area and completed large-scale sculptures for the downtown ArtPark in Oakland, CA and more.

Peter Kaaden's Zu Nah

Photography // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
German photographer Peter Kaaden is known for his spontaneous portraits of his friends, often naked in strange, sometimes indiscernible situations. In his new series Zu Nah featured in Vice’s 2014 photo issue, he has removed the humans but not the nudity, instead creating it out of food in a series of vulva shaped close ups of clams and sliced turkey sandwiches.

Mondrian and Homer Simpson Inspired Wine Bottles

Design // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
What do Mondrian and Homer Simpson have in common? Apparently this bottle of mystery liquid, which may or may not be wine.

Leif Podhajsky "Synesthesia" @ Galerie Hors-Champs, Paris

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Leif Podhajsky, who is featured in our August 2014 issue (on newsstands now),  will be opening an exhibition at Galerie Hors-Champs in Paris this Thursday, July 24th, 2014. "The creative peak of album covers lasted from the late 60s throughout the 70s. If visual artist Leif Podhajsky currently has such a reputation, it certainly stems from the sudden interest in the new generations are to psychedelia...

A Splash of Fantasy by Alexi Lubomirski

Erotica // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Alexi Lubomirski captures an essence of fairy tales with his photography for the May shoot of Vogue Spain. Lily Donaldson lays perfectly poised on the beach like a bronzed mermaid swept up by the waves...

Crocheted Phalluses by Andrea Pritschow

Erotica // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
German artist Andrea Pritschow's body of work consists of hundreds of multi-colored crocheted phalluses. Pritschow challenges the traditional formula of male artists eroticizing female bodies by taking on stereotypically 'female' craftwork to not only eroticize but domesticate masculinity and male virility. Her knit castrations use de-contexualisation and abstraction to also call into question the idea of profanity within the art context.

Jesse Tise: Space Spells

Illustration // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Jesse Tise is a freelance illustration designer that earned his BFA in Illustration Design from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena. He is currently pursuing his creative endeavors through galactic and celestial illustrations in the realm of the unknown. Beautiful range of futuristic folk renderings.

Watercolor Works by Delia Evin

Illustration // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The natural and the mystical live in perfect harmony in Delia Evin's dreamy world of hazy blues and fire reds. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Evin deploys watercolors with remarkable finesse and attention to detail to render her fantastical visions. Delia Evin is a freelance illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York.

Benjamin Thomas Rawson: Abstract B-Ball Jams

Illustration // Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Ben­jamin Thomas Raw­son is an artist from the UK whose work is a playful, surreal display of obstacle course excitement. Benjamin’s mixed-media pieces depict­ a variety of pattern and form through basketballs, lad­ders, walk­ways, and tow­ers- highlighted by rainbows, plants and the occasional tye-dye tapestry. Completely entertaining pieces of visual stimulation.  

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