Freedom: Sculpture by Zeno Frudakis

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 19, 2012
“Freedom” is a public sculpture created by Philadelphia-based artist, Zeno Frudakis, who wanted to create something that regardless to background, everyone could relate to the idea of struggling to break through.

Works by Mark Bradford

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 19, 2012
Mark Bradford is an LA artist that grew up and still currently resides in South Central Los Angeles. His practice emerged from many environmental inputs. Growing up around a family of seamstresses and working at his mother's hair salon before going off to art school, Bradford's use of materials and sensitivity to the imminent characteristics of these materials appears to have evolved from these influences to his development.

Saber Remembers His Friend, TIE ONE

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 18, 2012
Saber, who has been curating a special photo and video on our Twitter, and Facebook accounts respectively all month long, wrote us this morning with a piece remember the death of his friend, and fellow graffiti writer, TIE ONE, who was shot dead on March 18, 1998 in San Francisco. Read Saber's words after the jump . . .

Moonrise Kingdom Poster and Hyperreal Portraits by Michael Gaskell

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 18, 2012
Whenever Wes Anderson is slated to release a film, many people are more interested in the art direction and art surrounding the film than the actual script itself. As is the case with Moonrise Kingdom, where Anderson and team have hired British artist Michael Gaskell to create a realist portrait of the film's 12-year old stars.

Dissolving Sculptures by Unmask

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 18, 2012
Liu Zhan, Kuang Jun and Tan Tianwei are Beijing-based artists who go under the collective name, Unmask. We are quite impressed with their series of sculptures, made from stainless steel, that appear to be dissolving in air.

Top 20 Erotic Audrey Kawasaki Works (NSFW)

Top List // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Audrey Kawasaki has created a space for her sensual, seductive, and sometimes promiscuous work in Juxtapoz's artist landscape. What can we say… we like it. Enjoy Ms. Kawasaki's top 20 erotic works. Perhaps by yourself.

Preview: December 2011 Issue w/ Mark Ryden

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 10, 2011
Our December 2011 issue has arrived in our webstore, and we are giving you a preview of what we have inside. As you know by now, Mark Ryden is the cover artist, and his interview is followed by features on Mexican surrealists Pedro Friedeberg, Vienna-based illustrator Moussa Kone, graffiti artist Read More Books, NYC's Geoffrey Chadsey, fine artist Sarah Cain, and photographer Chase Jarvis.

The Art of Zheng Hongxiang

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 15, 2011
These stunning works by young Chinese painter, Zheng Hong Xiang (b 1983) have been making their way around the web over the past few weeks, and this painting you see here is quite dynamic. The deep reds caught our attention first, and the style was something we felt our readers would enjoy. More after the jump . . .

Boosted Films: Saber

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 27, 2008
For over 15 years Saber has used the urban landscape as a monumental canvas influencing local street art styles the world over. In 1997, Saber painted the world’s largest street art piece on the cement banks of the Los Angeles River.
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