Andrew Waits’s “Boondock” Takes Us Off-The-Grid

Photography // Monday, March 31, 2014
In photographer Andrew Waits’s series “Boondock”, he photographed throughout the western United States searching for a subculture of individuals and communities that live a nomadic lifestyle whether by choice or necessity brought on by hardship. Waits explores how each subject has redefined their own definition of “home”by creating one in vehicles such as cars, vans, and RVs.

Watch: Juxtapoz x Brixton ‘Sight & Sound’

Music // Monday, March 31, 2014
Check out part the final part of the video series documenting Juxtapoz and Brixton's two-day ‘Sight & Sound’ event during SXSW. This latest segment highlights both days of our event at the Yellow Jacket Social Club and includes full performances by together Pangea, Natural Child, Reigning Sound and Coachwhips!

"Between Red," Paintings by Sea Huyn Lee

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 31, 2014
These jagged, detailed oil paintings by South Korean-born artist Sea Hyun Lee represent the mountains of North and South Korea. They are a reference to Lee's sense of the past and it's losses but also seem to hint at the painfully fragmented relationships between the two countries.

Marcel Christ's Exploding, Bursting, and Smoking Colors

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 31, 2014
Marcel Christ uses a modified flash and extremely high shutter speeds (up to 1/10,0000th of a second) to capture exploding, bursting clouds of colored powder and paint. "What attracts me the most [to this way of working], Christ recently told Wired, "is that you start from scratch, you start with nothing...

Drawings and Paintings by Lily Mae Martin

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 31, 2014
'As an artist my main point of interest is people. i draw most of my influences from random happenings and experiences I have had with people around me. My work is often described as grotesque, dark, or aggressive, which isn't what I intended but I find it interesting that people have that reaction. My drawing style stems form my interest in anatomy...'

Richard Hutten's Colorful Stacked Fabric Chair

Design // Monday, March 31, 2014
Dutch designer Richard Hutten will soon be launching this colorful chair made from 545 stacked layers of fabric in Milan during his exhibition at Salone de Mobile. Hutten is well known for what he refers to as 'No sign of design' furniture: functional furniture in a highly conceptual and humorous style. 840 square meters...

The Work of Bas Louter

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 31, 2014
Bas Louter is one of the few artists who deal almost entirely with the medium of drawing. In his mainly large-format works he combines figurative images with abstract patterns and structures. The film metropolis Los Angeles, the artist’s place of residence for the last six years, serves as a source of inspiration...

Catch Surf with Spain

Graffiti // Sunday, March 30, 2014
Catch some surf with Spain in this grimey storm drain located somewhere in Southern California.

The work of Dana Lixenberg

Photography // Sunday, March 30, 2014
Dana Lixenberg is a Dutch photographer, her book THE LAST DAYS OF SHISHMAREF is a wonderful documentation of a disappearing Alaskan town. The population is tiny and Lixenberg intimately documents many aspects of the people lives, in a sincere and anthropological study. 

You Love Pornography

Erotica // Sunday, March 30, 2014
Rebecca Cooper makes sex collages. Kaleidoscopic arrangements of pornographic images, abstracted and spiraling in endless circles of lust, pleasure and skin. Her titty/willy hobby-craftworks are then arranged together on display, in massive wall installations, like groupings of sexual snowflakes from a sinful sky.