Geoff McFetridge Drawings from "MEDITALLUCINATION" @ V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
As we noted on the site earlier this week, September 2013 cover artist Geoff McFetridge is to open a solo show, "Meditallucination" at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen on Friday, March 21st. The first round of previews centered around the Los Angeles-based artist's paitnings, and today we have a look at the fantastic drawings and studies McFetridge created around the show, which are arranged in an installation piece at the show. Take a look! And if you are feeling saucy, take a look at Geoff's board he handpainted as part of our Jux x Univ x Chandran Gallery benefit for Waves for Water. 

Eva Puga aka Epileptic Zombie

Illustration // Thursday, March 20, 2014
Spanish artist and student Eva Puga creates simple and effortless pencil drawings of her friends and celebrities alike. Her images are delicate and polished due to her light hand when creating. Eva, who...

Tonight: Hannah Stouffer x The Standard, Hollywood

Illustration // Thursday, March 20, 2014
In Hannah Stouffer's latest installation 'Framework, Repetition' for The Standard, Hollywood, she pays homage to both organic and metaphysical elements through the use of prismatic reflections, gradient light, geodesic supports and our naturally occurring environmental landscape. 

Paintings by Rachel Campbell

Illustration // Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Rachel Campbell is a New Zealand artist based in Durham, NC. 'My work is best described as a very specific form of documentary. I am constructing a body of work that depicts and interprets the complex interactions between our objects, our interiors, and our environments...'

Enter the Void with Adam de Neige

Illustration // Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Much of Adam de Neige's work represents a lack. In his own words: 'The idea of still life and its codes of representation is one the bases of my creative process. I’m treating body and object as the same. They constitute two parts of a relation and they influence each other. Each artwork shows some fragments of this relation in B&W shades, without any background and uncontextualized...'

Ian Ingram's 'Ignoring' and Other Self-Portraits

Illustration // Wednesday, March 19, 2014
'Here is the moment Ian closed his eyes.  Thus began the chapters of Ignoring.  Life was too much for him and he found that shutting his eyes, shutting the windows, turning off the noise, and sleeplessly marching in one direction was the way he decided to deal with it.  In the process of ignoring he found a familiar resonance and it occurred to him that this is how his culture copes with the greatest problems it faces.  They Ignore them....'

Works by Andy Gilmore

Illustration // Wednesday, March 19, 2014
We'll never tire of the far out, mathematical stylings of draftsman, designer, musician and Juxtapoz Psychedelic cover artist Andy Gilmore. Gilmore 'explores physical properties and proportions of sound and light in his work. He performs through the synchronization of form and color, in order to create his geometric works of art. Being a musician, Andy’s inspired by the physics of sound and acoustic.'

Chop-Logik is Russell Alton

Illustration // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Chop-Logik is Russell Alton, organically produced in Smithers, BC. The creator of a cheerful world populated by crystal wizards and sneaky mountain gleep-glops, Alton's unique illustrations give us the quirkiest warm fuzzies...

Steve Wilson's Digital Work

Illustration // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Steve Wilson was born in London and now runs his studio from his home in Brighton where he continually experiments with techniques and processes to fuel his varied experimental work. His illustrations and typography have been commissionsed by clients such as Nike, Virgin, Neiman Marcus, MTV, NYC&GO, The New Yorker, Wallpaper Magazine, and Warner Music.

The Work of Fernando Martin Godoy

Illustration // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Fernando Martin Godoy's inkwash drawings may at first seem simple, but with further inspection it's difficult not to notice how incredibly exact they are in their rendering. Godoy harnesses an unpredictable medium with fantastic precision...


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