Our new December Juxtapoz cover is . . .

Juxtapoz // Friday, 12 Nov 2010


Sometimes, people call us to talk about our new issues a few days before we even see copies. In our humble attempt to be ahead of that curve, we just received copies of our December 2010 Juxtapoz, and here you are: esteemed Los Angeles-based fine artist James Jean is the cover of issue n119.

This particular piece comes from Jean's 2010 series of Moleskine illustrations, some of his most striking and technical work to date in our opinion. In real form, it's simple ink on paper, 10" x 9."

The December Juxtapoz, issue n119, features:


James Jean: featuring an exclusive interview prior to his exhibition held in Japan this past month


George Lois:
the legendary ad man and 1960's Esquire cover designer gives his opinion on "Mad Men"


Serena Mitnik-Miller:
San Francisco's Ocean Beach artist on the power of a one-color piece


PEZ: we speak with the elusive and legendary graffiti / sticker artist on the history of bike messenger graffiti culture


Jason Alper: Borat and Ali G's costume designer steps out on his own


50 Years of Sanrio: the full history on Hello Kitty's brand


123Klan: how the Montreal studio creates some of it's most iconic digital art

The December 2010 issue of Juxtapoz will available on the newsstand and in our webstore soon.


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