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.

Bodybuilder's World: Photos by Kurt Stallaert

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Perhaps we have a weak stomach, but there is something about these photos that makes our belly turn a bit. First, Belgian photographer Kurt Stallaert's series, Bodybuilder's World, started innocent enough; a family that looked a little too buff for their own good. Then the surreal, doctored photos of children who hit the gym with a steroid rage started to make us feel... intrigued and disturbed all at once. But, we love it, too.

New Print Release: Josh Keyes "Sirens"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Februrary 2010 cover artist, Josh Keyes, always garners attention when releasing a new body of work or print, and on Monday, July 16th at 11AM PST, Keyes will release his new print, Sirens. The print will be signed and numbered in an edition of 150 on archival Giclee on Optima One 100% cotton paper (300 gsm weight, sized at 18"x24" with deckled edges. What we like in particular is Keyes' posting process pics for the image on his blog this past week.

Hilary Pecis "In Accordance" @ Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
San Francisco-based Hilary Pecis, who we featured in our May 2011 issue, has a new exhibition, In Accordance, up at Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton through July 17. We have championed Pecis' work in the past because we feel it represents a traditional painters embrace of new media and technology, as she researches and culls hundreds of Internet images on a particular concept and creates a canvas based on those findings.

Paola Pivi's "How I Roll" Site-Specific Installation in Central Park, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
A six-seat airplane will continue to roll in a circular motion 24 hours a day until August 26th, 2012 in Central Park. Alaskan-based artist, Paola Pivi, created this site-specific installation with the help of New York’s public art fund. How I Roll is part of a series of sculptures Pivi has created from large machinery, making them move and function in ways not originally intended.

Kansas City Library Parking Garage Turned Into Gigantic Books

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Maybe if we make the books really huge, like two stories huge, that will get people to read more often? While some people are descending upon Kansas City, Kansas for the Major League Baseball game tonight, Tuesday, July 10, we are focusing on the fantastic Kansas City Library District in Kansas City, Missouri, that has transformed a downtown parking garage into a public art piece that resembles gigantic books stacked in the neighborhood.

Drawings by Zakuro Aoyama

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
We love looking at the works by artists who use just one material, such as a pen and pencil, and we love what we are seeing in the works of Brazil's Zakuro Aoyama. The commercial and fine art illustrator has a great series of detailed drawings as well as notebook sketches that show a diversity of both great linework and photoreal skill.

The Work of Russ Mills

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
We have shown you the work of UK illustrator Russ Mills on the site before, but the artist just posted some new works on his site, our favorites to date. We love how the artist combines photography, illustration, and fine art. Mills say of his work: its a "collision of real and digital media it is primarily illustration based with a firm foundation in drawing, I focus mainly on the human form particularly the face, interweaving elements from the animal kingdom often reflecting the absurdity of human nature."

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