Cannon Dill: 'Heavy Water' @ LeQuiVive, Oakland

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 05, 2013
LeQuiVive Gallery in Oakland, CA is presenting an exhibition by artist Cannon Dill titled Heavy Water. Cannon's dual conflict of man and nature remains evident as he works in the classic wood grain, rustic, fine line detail of work. At first glance, Heavy Water becomes the feeling of the pinnacle, folksy storytelling from Cannon, leaving the title of the show to stand for the organs produced. The show opens today, April 5th at 7pm.

Soey Milk's Beautiful Dance

Illustration // Thursday, April 04, 2013
Soey Milk’s work is some of the most stunning artwork I’ve ever seen.  It’s expressive, surreal, gorgeous and full of life’s mysteries.  Soey herself is just the same, full of energy and always working.  What she presents with her finished work is profound and elegant... 

Wayne Johnson's True Beauty

Illustration // Thursday, April 04, 2013
Wayne Johnson is the most recent artist that I’ve come across who has really made me stop and say wow.  His work is awesome.  One of my favorite things about his work is that it’s a combination of fine art and illustration.  A thought you’ll come to find I obsess over...

Annita Maslov's Dark Art

Illustration // Thursday, April 04, 2013
Annita Maslov’s dark art is some of the best I know of.  It’s pen and ink on paper but commanded in such a defined and lovely darkness that it captivates and soothes you whilst placing a spell on you...

Amanda Mocci and the Universe

Illustration // Thursday, April 04, 2013
Amanda Mocci is a Canadian Illustrator.  She is obsessed with the universe and outer space.  Other than illustrating entire books pushing this point she uses her more figurative pieces of work as a metaphysical allusion to what exists and what does not exist and what our place in things is...

James Jirat Patradoon's Electricity

Illustration // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Whenever I’m asked to describe James Jirat Patradoon’s artwork, I describe it as electric.  Because it simply is.  It’s bursting at the seams of it’s leather clad body with neon rays of pure energy... 

Illustrations by Micah Lidberg

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Micah Lidberg grew up in the American Mid-West but has since moved east, splitting his time between Kansas City, Minneapolis, or New York. His work is shaken up by nature, he finds that there's plenty of room to explore and plenty to share.

Informational Posters and Books from a Fictional 1970s British Town

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Scarfolk is a town stuck in the 1970s and a blog slowly releasing pieces of the town's municipal history. The reworked book covers, posters, and public information ads are humorous and uncannily realistic. 'Certain themes resurface: the municipal, the occult, childhood and school days, totalitarianism and dystopia, memory and nostalgia, societal paranoia and fear of disease, television and radio.'

Yukari Terakado's Explorations

Illustration // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Yukari Terakado’s work is just so damn good.  It weaves metaphor and pop culture with themes of death and eroticism with finely drawn details and light, brooding colors.  Yukari’s oeuvre hits the senses hard and direct... 

Martine Johanna's Fairy Tales

Illustration // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Martine Johanna has been one of my favorite illustrators for quite a while.  Her work consists of fine lined drawings to hyper bizarre dream-like paintings with influences bleeding out of the images from high fashion to the occult...


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