Ellie Andrews’ Modernist Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, November 17, 2014
Ellie Andrews is an illustrator based in South East London. Her clients include heavies like Nike and The New York Times, and her cheery aesthetic is reminiscent of art we love, like Andy Rementer illustrations and California Modernism, but with a style that is distinctly her own.

Jonna Pedersen’s Neighborhood

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 17, 2014
Danish artist Jonna Pedersen’s new paintings shine a light on the endearing details of streetscapes and storefronts and she currently has paintings on view in the Red Mansion at the Augustiana Sculpture Park and Art Center in Denmark through November 11, 2014. From her website: “Pedersen is showing us reality based on human actions and traces...

Zio Ziegler in Oakland

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 17, 2014
Zio Ziegler just painted a massive wall in Oakland on the corner of 17th and Webster streets in conjunction with his solo exhibition, Intuitivism, which opened at LeQuiVive Gallery this Saturday, November 15. The artist explains his visual language and intentions: "I've often been asked what my symbols mean in relation to one another, and while I hint at their meanings with a reference in a title, those meanings are as ephemeral as the process itself...

SOPPY, a New Book by Illustrator Phillipa Rice

Illustration // Monday, November 17, 2014
British illustrator and artist Phillipa Rice is beloved for her adorable web comics, My Cardboard Life and SOPPY, as well as cheeky gif animations and other fun projects. SOPPY is soon to be published as a book, which is detailed on her publisher’s web site, “The wildly popular web comic SOPPY--with more than half a million notes on Tumblr--is the illustrated love story of author Philippa Rice and her real-life boyfriend...

Max Kauffman’s “Blood Meridian” Series

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 17, 2014
Painter Max Kauffman opens a duo show with sculptor Marcelo Macedo that opened Friday, November 14 at Low Gallery in San Diego. The duo show is called Innate Practices, and Max described his latest work to us, “I call the series Blood Meridian based on the book by Cormac McCarthy. I love how his writing goes off on these huge tangents of descriptive language of the landscape around, it just creates fully realized imagery in my head.”

Leire Salaberria’s Illustrations are Not Just for Kids

Illustration // Monday, November 17, 2014
Spanish illustrator Leire Salaberria focuses on children’s book illustration, but her sweet, narrative imagery appeals to kids of all ages. Mythology and mystery come into play, and if you look closely, there’s a little subversion here and there. Don’t tell the children.

Bad Dads V: An Art Show Tribute to the Films of Wes Anderson

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 17, 2014
Following the incredibly popular exhibitions of years past, Bad Dads continues to grow and progress as a dynamic group exhibition. This year over 80 artists were invited to contribute an original work of art, spanning from paintings to sculptures to limited edition screen prints, all in tribute to one the world’s most noteworthy filmmakers. The exhibition ends this Saturday, November 22nd.

They Drew First Blood

Graffiti // Sunday, November 16, 2014
Guns plays a nice tribute to the classic Rambo series with this throwie. Loving that camo background!

video: Daniel Gordon Gets Physical

Photography // Sunday, November 16, 2014
Photographer Daniel Gordon recently opened his newest exhibition Screen Selections and Still Lifes at Wallspace Gallery in New York. The exhibition is comprised of two bodies of work, a new group of large-scale still lifes, the artist’s most ambitious and complex to date, and a new body of work, Screen Selections, which takes the textile-inspired backdrops Gordon uses in constructing his tableaux as a point of departure. 

Stephen Shames’s “Bronx Boys” @ Steven Kasher Gallery, New York

Photography // Saturday, November 15, 2014
Stephen Shames series of photographs Bronx Boys is currently on display at Steven Kasher Galley in New York through November 15, 2014. The collection of 123 powerful duotone photographs made from 1977 – 2000, chronicle the lives of a group of boys coming of age in what was at the time one of the toughest and poorest neighborhoods in the United States.

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