Sometimes a music video + song just makes you smile, and Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam "A 1000 Times" does just that.
A traditional sign painter and a stained glass and tattoo artist come together over their love of Motörhead.
"The Giant Walls" is a project created in Massey High School, located on the northern boundary of west Auckland.
Sneak preview of KAABOO Del Mar art and music fest coming up this weekend.
From the new LP, Jack White: Acoustic Recordings 1998—2016, Michel Gondry has transformed the beautiful White Stripes era "City Lights" into an intimate, shower-drawing affair.
Lauren Napolitano, David Bray and Word To Mother collaborative in an Oakland group exhibition.
MacDowell continues her immaculate ceramic work, taking on empty animal skins, ant fights, and infants suckling monkeys.
Ojala’s latest illustrations are bold, expressive cutouts with a smattering of meticulous details.
Ukrainian artist Alexey Kashpersky illustrates human’s worst blights with meticulous splendor.
The Exploratorium presents an exhibit of Theo Jansen's enormous kinetic sculptures.
Juxtapoz is happy to announce a group exhibition and fundraiser by acclaimed street artist Swoon at Superchief Gallery LA on Saturday, May 21st!
For the past few weeks we have been showing process and indoor works from the Nuart 2016 festival, and today, we show you the outdoor murals completed around Stavanger, Norway.
Amandalynn's solo show, "Seasons of Change," opens in Escondido.
Anna Rose is a visual artist with a taste for the unusual. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts and currently based in Florence, Italy, she received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2
SolidARTy.org art charity auction, featuring prominent street artists, is still going strong.
Beikirch puts up a new massive mural in Brussum
Intospaces delivers this week’s New York Scene Report featuring work from Dmote, Eager, 9th, Karma, Easy, Klops. Blake, Dek, Spain, Pdog, Donut, Croma, Slob and more.
Spanning the breadth of her dazzling career, Attitude: Portraits by Mary Ellen Mark, 1964–2015, celebrates nearly 40 of Mark’s most enduring images presented by Howard Greenberg Gallery and curre