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New Smithe Mural in Mexico City
Mexico City based artist Smithe just tackled this massive wall in his hometown. "Ella" is the title of this piece, which means "She" and he portrayed the side face of a lady as a homage to all the hardworking, strong and independent women of Mexico city.August 23, 2016
Update: Kate MacDowell
We’ve posted on MacDowell’s eerie ceramic art before, and were stoked to see her exhibit at Dismaland. We’re excited to present new work by her. She created a series, “Nursemaids,” of monkeys caring for human babies. In “Skin-Changer’s Closet,” she portrays a series of empty animal skins, and “Grace and Self Effort Fighting,” depicts a two-headed pigeon, attacking itself.May 13, 2016
Carhartt WIP Presents: "Process and Progress"
Graffiti has been around for as long as humans have had the ability to communicate through writing. For instance, the volcanic eruption that destroyed the Roman city of Pompeii preserved all kinds of wall scribbling, from political slogans to hilariously crude jokes.April 04, 2016
Eric Yahnker "Noah's Yacht"
Deftly mixing pop culture and political satire, former Juxtapoz cover artist Eric Yahnker serves as a virtual seismometer of the current cultural zeitgeist. A deep knowledge of art history and semiotics underpins the coarse, acerbic content of his drawings and sculpture. His work functions as both social critique and a rorschach test for the viewer.March 08, 2016
M.C. Escher and Da Vinci’s Codex in North Carolina
While visiting Raleigh, NC I happened upon an incredible exhibition: The Worlds of M.C. Escher: Nature, Science, and Imagination at the North Carolina Museum of Art. In response to its popularity, as attendance heads towards 100,000 with visitors from all 50 states, NCMA has just announced that it will be extended one week past its original closing date.December 31, 2015