The Works of Chris Scarborough

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
We love when we stumble across an artist that one of our esteemed editors has already written about. But we continue to be fascinated by the work of Medford, Massachusetts-based Chris Sacrborough, whose series Aftermath series explores the idea of an existence after an ambiguous cataclysm like a new Big Bang.

Fresh Bred @ Quint Contemporary Art, San Diego

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Quint Contemporary Art's current show exhibits work from an eclectic group of artists. The pieces in the exhibition by MIke Calway-Fagen, Joseph Huppert, Francesco Longenecker, Lee Materazzi (here), Timothy Earl Neil, and Ali Silverstein pull from a variety of art historical and current issues.

Double Exposures by Christoffer Relander

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
"We Are Nature" is a series of double and triple exposures by Finnish photographer, Christoffer Relander. The photographer says of the project, "All images are done “in-camera” while shooting with a Nikon D700. Afterwards, the files were contrast adjusted, black & white toned and more or less dodged and burned."

Tetris Blocks by Gaffa Gallery in Sydney

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
We know this is back from 2009, but the design team at Gaffia Gallery transformed Abercrombie Lane in Sydney, Australia with these life-sized Tetris blocks. Just a fun idea and an ode to one of the most famous video games ever. If only every street had some classic video game reference to behold... 

Paintings by Deenesh Ghyczy

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
"Deenesh Ghyczy leads us into a world where habitual principals of thought and argument become meaningless. His figures stand beyond the cause-and-effect of everyday life; some are shown levitating, others in a state of complete inwardness. Streams of consciousness appear to be channeled and frozen in the recurrent motif of fragmented, disintegrating figures..."

The Illustrations of Pedro Felipe

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Pedro Felipe was born in Campo Grande, the capital of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil but now lives in Belo Horizonte. At 22 years of age, the freelance illustrator likes to incorporate strange figures inspired by the city , including issues of violence, sex, addiction and the occult. Thank you to the Juxtapoz Latin America team for the head's up.

Ray Caesar: Blessed

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
'I don’t really approach my work with a preconceived message but I do find a continuation of a process that unfolds that surprises even me after I finish the work. It does seem that my work contains aspects of a story that unfolds and has a great deal to do with a process of intense psychotherapy and the years of dealing with dissociative identity disorder (a form of multiple personalities) and trauma I went through in childhood...' Ray Caesar

Erotic Pulp by Carlos Valenzuela

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Carlos Valenzuela is a professional illustrator and comicbook cover artist from Chile who has worked for several companies in the entertainment field like Fantasy Flight Games, SQP Publishing, Comics Buyer's Guide, Pyranha Bytes, Avatar Press, Ballistic Publishing and Ilex UK. His graphic, black and white erotic illustrations are like perfectly rendered pin-up, gore pulp covers.

The Basketball Tree

Street Art // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
As far as a regular pick-up game of basketball goes, we would think this would not be the ideal location, however for a game of HORSE it doesn’t get much better. Resembling a tree, this sculptural piece was created by architecture firm, Agency/LTA allowing different age groups to participate at different heights. Located in a playground at the Maison des Hommes et des Techniques in Nantes, France, we are sure it will attract a crowd not regularly seen shooting hoops.

Juxtapoz T-Shirts by Choe, Fish, English, and Munkone

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Look what we have restocked in our webstore; a full collection of artist-designed tee shirts for your Summer doings. Munk One, Ron English, Jeremy Fish, and David Choe designs have all been re-upped in men's styles. Maybe you can wear them to a family dinner, or perhaps a gallery opening, and maybe even a concert. We don't know what you do, but do it wearing our Juxtapoz tee-shirts.

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