The photography of Sean Mundy

Photography // Monday, August 11, 2014
Simplistic yet allegorical, 22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy draws meaning and inspiration from his subjectivity, creating fantastical albeit impassioned images that embody a palette of emotion.

Video: Self Evident Truths

Photography // Sunday, August 10, 2014
iO Tillett Wright’s project The Self Evident Truths is a photographic document of 10,000 people in the USA that identify as anything other than 100% straight – as in, if you are anywhere on the LGBTQ spectrum in any way, even 1% gay, they want to take your picture!

Bizarre Illustrations by Shohei Otomo

Erotica // Sunday, August 10, 2014
Using a ball point pen, illustrator Shohei Otomo creates some pretty strange works, including this piece in particular, depicting an erotic moment with an octopus. In his own expressive way, Otomo makes theses bizarre sexual encounters...

Illustrations by Diogo Hornburg

Illustration // Sunday, August 10, 2014
Illustrator and graphic designer Diogo Hornburg has a thing for Day of the Dead and animal imagery. His pieces are characterized by delicate linework and a fluency in both color and black and white. He is based in Jaraguá do Sul, Brazil.

Moisés Mahiques: Double-Blind

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 08, 2014
Imagine dying. What happens after you die? What would your surroundings be like? There are infinite ideas and beliefs of the “after-life”. Dark, eerie, and ghostly illustrations by Moisés Mahiques kickstart our imagination of the purgatory that could proceed us. Creepy, mostly nude, fragile yet muscular looking figures overlap in repetitious motion while owning a distinct pose. The rundown destroyed environments pair nicely as desolate abandoned spaces holding the figures as if they are groups of spirits stuck in the reality they left.

Neil Dawson’s Suspended Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 08, 2014
Neil Dawson’s sculptures trick the eye and mesmerize anyone who comes in contact with it. His designs of shapes and forms are cleverly suspended by wires, creating illusions and compositions that hold infinite dimensions. As you scale the sculptures, the realization that the negative space is part of the entire piece, becomes increasingly apparent. Whether placed in nature or urban environments, these pieces are whimsical and encapsulate a feeling of monumental achievement. 

Dystopian Landscapes by Lebbeus Woods

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 08, 2014
At the Tchoban Foundation Museum for Architectural Drawing, early works by Lebbeus Woods will be on exhibit. The exhibition, Lebbeus Woods ON-line, brings together a collection of Woods’s drawings from the 1980s and 1990s.

In the Magazine: Jenny Morgan

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 08, 2014
Adding something fresh and necessary to the genre of portraiture may seem impossible, but in that realm, Jenny Morgan is crushing it. Don’t label her paintings figurative or photoreal. Her extraordinary skills for rendering the human figure are beside the point. Layers of the unconscious are revealed in the reductive abstraction of her portraits...

The Simpson's Springfield, USA in Legos

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 08, 2014
Lego artist Matt de Lanoy, who previously built the Arrested Development universe, has this time taken on The Simpsons. Yes, he built all of Springfield, USA in Legos. What more is there to say, except we love it!

New work from Daniel Arnold

Photography // Friday, August 08, 2014
Using just an Iphone and Instagram, New York street photographer, Daniel Arnold has created quite the buzz and controversy over the last few years with his in-your-face images of the eclectic inhabitants of the Rotten Apple. 

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