Vault // Monday, August 26 2013
One of the great independent filmmakers America has ever produced, with notable films such as Good Will Hunting, Milk, My Own Private Idaho, Elephant, and so many more, we were able to sit down with Gus Van Sant at his home in Portland, Oregon in March 2011, to discuss photography, filmmaking, and the intricacies of art.
Vault // Friday, August 23 2013
Wayne White is a little bit of everything: illustrator, musician, art director, apparently a puppeteer... you know, all those things that make one an artist. You may know him for his art direction of Pee-Wee's Playhouse, or perhaps for his fast becoming signature text over landscape reproduction works that have been part of an amazing monograph edited by Todd Oldham.
Vault // Thursday, August 22 2013
Evan Roth might be having the most fun of anyone in art. Not only did he create an algorithm that allows for his website to come up first when you Google search "bad ass motherfucker," but he is the man behind innovative and inspiring works for both web and the physical world, including the Graffiti Research Lab and Free Art & Technology Lab (F.A.T. Lab), a web based, open source research and development lab. You know that Google Driverless car rampage? That was Roth and friends, and this is our interview with Roth in October 2010.
Vault // Wednesday, August 21 2013
There is no question, we like the works of Pat Perry. We like that he shoots photos, paints, and documents his travels in his sketchbook. The staff has followed his work for the past year, and we were happy to interview Pat for the March 2013, catching the Michigan artist between travels... read on!
Vault // Tuesday, July 23 2013
We are still buzzing from our week at Comic-Con, and one of the reasons is that we were able to witness the brand new sculpture that Robert Williams created with the help of Gentle Giant Studios. For the July 2012 issue, we paired Robert with old friend Kenny Scharf (who also had sculptures made with Gentle Giant for his newest solo at Paul Kasmin in NYC) to discuss not only their respective collabs with GGS, but also their historical perspectives on sculpture and how their sculptures pair up against art history.
Vault // Friday, July 05 2013
Jen Stark will be opening a new body of work at Toronto's Cooper Cole Gallery, tonight, July 5, and we were looking back on our archives and wanted to share our feature with Stark from the March 2012 issue. Stark has always blown us away with her incredible paper works, and the name of her new show, Vortextural, seems to fit the work aptly. Enjoy the read.
Vault // Friday, June 28 2013
One of our favorite artists of the past three years, Sweden-based Kilian Eng, just released his new book, Object 10, through Floating World Comics. Because we like any good time to check in with Eng and see what new works and projects he has going on, we look back on his interview in the print pages of Juxtapoz in June 2012, where we discuss science-fiction, other universes, and Ligne Claire.
Vault // Thursday, June 27 2013
As Berlin-based fine artist Charlie Isoe makes a major return with his newest body of work, In the Bad Bush, that opens this Friday, June 28 in London at Lazarides Gallery. To coincide with the first time Isoe has shown in over 3 years, we look back on our cover story we ran with the artist in April 2010, where we discussed his elusive nature, growing up in rural Australia, and how he accidentally shot a tractor.
Vault // Tuesday, June 25 2013
For our July issue, we were excited at the opportunity to dive into the collector culture of Hollywood as well as the artists making waves in the experimental animation and digital worlds. But perhaps the feature that got us most excited was our look into the world of Zine Culture, as we have always felt that Juxtapoz' roots lie in underground comics. Today, we show you the feature that is in our July 2013 issue, "Zine Culture," and talk to the artists who are making some of the best zines today, and carry on a rich tradition that we continue to support and cherish everyday.
Vault // Wednesday, June 19 2013
This past May, we were very excited to print an exclusive interview with famed photographer and public artist, Spencer Tunick. As you probably know, Tunick is the photographer with the knack of getting a large group of people to strip naked, go somewhere very public, and be photographed as a collective and spirit of bare emotion. His works are powerful, unifying, provocative, and at times, just really damn fun and full of life. We loved the piece, and wanted to share it with our online readers.