As part of Converse's Blank Canvas project, our good friend and former Juxtapoz cover artist Andrew Schoultz painted this beautiful mural in Los Angeles.
Purportedly sent from a spacecraft at the outer reaches of our galaxy, this footage has created an international controversy, evoking strong opinions from experts in many fields. Rooted in this sourc
Stuart Bowen’s stop motion animation was created with artists’ articulated mannequins.
Neptune's film and photography series exposes the mythos of the strong black woman.
Babylon LA's rotating art wall has recently been blessed by Jay Howell of Bob's Burgers and Sanjay and Craig fame.
Currently on display at Bruce Silverstein / 20 is the group exhibition "Inscribed," running through January 9, 2016
Wan’s “Exploding Heads” Illustration Series Showcases Extinct Species
On January 7th, at Apple's Meatpacking District store in NYC, Juxtapoz will moderate a panel discussion with five contemporary artists on how they use the new tools of the trade: iPads, iPhones, and
Sitting in the Dark with Strangers is Richard Finkelstein’s second exhibition with Robert Mann Gallery.
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers.
Robert Kraiza often paints in monochrome watercolor on a small scale, inspired by the Victorian era and whimsical dreams in both his art and personal aesthetic.
Crystal Wagner has a new exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art Called "Surface Tension," with a huge installation that is magnificently flooding the museum.
Two talented friends, Jake Houvenagle and Brandon Voges dreamt up this pretty great concept, the Garbage Pail Kids 20 years later... as real people, in real situations and with back stories of how th
Once again we check in on what Chicago’s Amuse has been up to in spray department.
Danziger Projects has collected some of America's great photographers working in the tradition of the photographic western landscape for the group show, The New Pioneers.
Owls are probably the most powerful birds that I work with for a few reasons. Their forward-facing eyes give them a presence and gaze that is unmistakable and, at times, unnerving.
Takato Yamamoto's artwork is the brilliant, heavy-lidded daughter of illustration, sex and violence. Yamamoto's lush linework and exacting compositions depict young asian women in serene moments stud
Lucky Climbers specializes in constructing children's playgrounds supported by a netting system that allows kids to climb up while also exploring the landscape.