“Entoptic Phenomena” by William Hundley

Photography // Monday, August 17, 2015
For his series entitled “Entoptic Phenomena,” artist William Hundley photographs people jumping underneath fabrics, creating the illusions that the fabrics are simply floating in the air. However, in some of the images you can see the human form within the shapes that the movement of the fabric creates. The series is both surreal and majestic. 

Nychos's cardiovascular system

Graffiti // Monday, August 17, 2015
Nychos’s character looks like he is saying, “it’s this big!” Great location and I’m sure the locals will favor this one.

Opening: Hannah Stouffer & Hilary White "Ingress/Egress"

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Currently on view at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia, Hannah Stouffer and Hilary White's Ingress/Egress lightly balances its journey in a space created of compressed experiences, a meditative dialogue of depth and transcendence.

Derek Louis Ercolano's "Experiments"

Illustration // Monday, August 17, 2015
Born and raised in New York, Derek Louis Ercolano is currently finishing up his Masters Degree in Bergen, Norway. Derek's tumblr is a source for what he calls his "experiments." Bright colors and strange...

Conrad Roset "Pale" @ Spoke Art, SF

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Barcelona-based artist Conrad Roset is currently working on his upcoming exhibition named 'Pale', this show is part of his personal project 'Muses' where he explores the female body through several techniques. In 'Pale', the Catalonian artist tries to simplify the shapes of the female figure with ink stains, working with the contrast between black and white, getting the final touches with watercolor.

Illustrations by Rachel Levit

Illustration // Monday, August 17, 2015
There are many young artistic gems residing in Brooklyn, NY, one of them is Mexican illustrator Rachel Levit. She received her BA in illustration from Parsons The New School of design in 2012 and has since been a part of several group exhibitions in NY and Mexico.

"The Risks of The Everyday" by Jared Diamond

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Here is a beautifully animated snippet of a 2013 conversation, ‘The world until yesterday’ where Pullitzer Prize-winner Jared Diamond discusses how insights from the lifestyles of far-removed cultures can impact the way we think about our own lives. Is it worth worrying about the risk of everyday actions like falling in the shower or tripping on the street? Each time you do these things, the risk of mishap is low, but we do them every single day. Over time, does that mean these tiny risks accumulate to become almost inevitable?

Lena Klyukina's Illustrations

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Based out of Vilnius, Lithuania, Lena Klyukina floored us with her detailed and precise pieces. Her illustrations reminisce the 60s and 70s psychedelic age while creating compositions of cyber punk themes on a fine art level. Her artwork explores the emotional feelings we have with nature and ourselves in radical worlds. Check out more of her artwork here as well as her blog.

Skirill's Soundless Horror

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Russian illustrator Skirill creates masterful, detailed works that could be described as something between the masterful etching and lithograph work of Gustave Dore, H.R. Geiger's greusome portraits and a metal-worshipping modern day graphic artist.

Trav and Begr Hate Being Sober Tour

Graffiti // Sunday, August 16, 2015
Trav and Begr are currently on a spray tour of the USA which they've dubbed the "Hate Being Sober Tour" Here's some pictures of what they've done so far in places such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, and Omaha. Be sure to look out for their work in your city as we're sure they'll be through sooner or later.

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