Horfe, January 2012

Vault // Thursday, May 09 2013
This weekend in NYC, one of our favorite graffiti artists, Horfe, will be joining others in a group show at Klughaus Gallery. One of the reasons we have always admired the works of the Parisian artist is his mixture of classic animation and illustration to a public medium, creating a unique and prolific body of work on the streets. Here is our interview with the artist from January 2012.

Barbara Kruger, November 2010

Vault // Wednesday, May 08 2013
News broke last week that NYC-based fashion staple, Supreme, was suing women's fashion line, Married to the Mob, for a copyright infringement based around the logo/graphic "Supreme Bitch." What many in the art world already understood is that Barbara Kruger, now a professor at UCLA and world renowned conceptual artist, was, and we say this gently, robbed of her style by Supreme with their now iconic logo. Kruger would never go on record saying she created the idea of a red box with Futura Bold Oblique look, but, well, she did. This is our cover story with Kruger from November 2010. 

David Shrigley, September 2012

Vault // Thursday, April 25 2013
Great news for one of our favorite artists. David Shrigley, who we were super lucky to interview for our September 2012 issue this year while he was in San Francisco for his exhibition at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, was nominated for Britain's top art award for an artist under 50, the Turner Prize. The artist was nominated for his standout (we saw it, we agree) exhibition at Hayward Gallery in London. That show traveled to us in SF. Take some time to read our piece with Mr Shrigley from Sept 2012.

Gary Baseman, Jan/Feb 2001

Vault // Wednesday, April 24 2013
As we showed you earlier on the site today, Los Angeles-based Gary Baseman will be opening his first solo musuem survey this week at Skirball Cultural Center. In conjunction with the opening and our 10+ years  of covering Gary's work in the magazine, we look back on a classic article we had in the Jan/Feb 2001issue, #30, where Cleatus Broadus (yep, things were silly in 2001) catches up the "Dumb Luck" of Baseman. Congrats Gary on the museum show.... 

Kazuki Takamatsu, May 2013

Vault // Friday, April 12 2013
On Saturday, April 14, Japanese artist Kazuki Takamatsu opens a new solo show at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, California. What first attracted us to his work was a stunning display at Art Basel in Miami this past December, with an eerie approach to combining traditional painting and CG materials, creating a hybrid that looks both handmade and the ghostly work of a computer. Leah Pietrusiak investigates... 

Hunter S. Thompson, April 2013

Vault // Friday, March 29 2013
From a l980 remembrance by Ben Fong-Torres, Music Historian and former Senior Editor at Rolling Stone...

Donny Miller, March 2012

Vault // Thursday, March 28 2013
Donny Miller… what can we say about one of the most irreverant artists working today? In March 2012, we stopped by the Southern California artist's home to discuss his unique brand of conceptual, pop, performance, street, video, and political art. We just released two new Juxtapoz x Donny Miller tees in our webstore... go check those out now, and read this tale... 

José Parlá, December 2009

Vault // Wednesday, March 20 2013
With José Parlá opening a new solo show, Prose, at Yuka Tsuruno in Tokyo on March 21, we look back at our cover story with the NYC-based artist from December, 2009. The cover story was done in conjunction with our Barnstormers retrospective, showcasing one of the most exciting and influential collectives the we have covered over the past 15 years. 

Evan Hecox, August 2012

Vault // Monday, March 04 2013
There is a duality in the work of Evan Hecox. Each piece of art is instantly recognizable as his, from skate graphics to fine art pieces, there is a command of style unlike any artists I can recall. Secondly, the viewer recognizes a location and history in the paintings—his street corner signage—the storefronts are abstract but familiar.  

Daniel Clowes, September 2012

Vault // Monday, March 04 2013
Daniel Clowes is a one-man comics institution. From his early work for Cracked Magazine, to his long-running, alternative comic book series, Eightball, which spawned feature films and graphic novels, Clowes has always been a prolific pioneer in style and approach.  
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