Illustration // Friday, August 15, 2014
Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans is a ground-breaking street art project created by PangeaSeed to bring the beauty and the plight of the world’s oceans into streets around the globe. By collaborating with internationally renowned artists, we create large-scale murals that focus attention on pressing environmental issues the oceans are facing.
Graffiti // Tuesday, August 12, 2014
On our first day in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference we did what we always do, hit the streets to see what all the artists are working on. We started by riding a bike around to check everything out, but quickly abandoned the sweltering humidity combined with a whole lot of sweat and jumped at the opportunity to ride in a nice air-conditioned automobile to scope everything (Thanks Ben!).
Graffiti // Monday, August 11, 2014
Hello again Atlanta aka Hotlanta aka A-Town aka ATL! Juxtapoz has once again made its way down south to cover the 5th annual Living Walls Conference and all the events surrounding it. Over the next couple of days, we will be bringing you exclusive coverage of murals being painted by local and international artists, as well as the various other activities involved such as music, lectures, gallery exhibits, bike tours and more!
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 18, 2014
Tonight in London, Maurice Einhardt Neu Gallery will host an exhibition and party for the new Technicolor Risograph erotic zine, SEX PICNIC by Haifa-based artists, Broken Fingaz (printed by Hato press). We were fortunate to receive an advance copy of this sex saturated, dense with death zine and we can confidently say this is required material for any book/zine collector’s library.
Graffiti // Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The Wall Street Journal caught up with the prolific Brazilian artists, Os Gemeos, who recently opened their exhibition Opera of the Moon in Sao Paulo at Galpão Fortes Vilaça.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 10, 2014
Our friend VHILS just opened his first museum show, a substantial body of work, at the EDP Foundation in Lisbon, Portugal... and we have some great shots of the full installation. VHILS has been doing fantastic works in both gallieries and in the streets for years, and has been one of the most innovative street artists working in Europe. The exhibition was curated by João Pinharanda.
Street Art // Wednesday, June 25, 2014
We have featured the sculptural and performance-style works of NYC-based Aakash Nihalani in the print edition and web version of Juxtapoz over the years, and he just sent us images from his new project, Landline. He says of the new work, "In these new outdoor works, colorful bars pass through individuals, connecting them to each other and functioning as extensions of the urban landscape. The participants examine their own insides and connections, a visual expression of both the isolation and community I often feel living in Brooklyn. We spend so much time existing in virtual reality, these works are a visible connection to the real world."
Illustration // Monday, June 16, 2014
CONE The Weird is a graffiti artist and illustrator from Munich. A member of The Weird crew based in Vienna—along with artists like Nychos, Look, Dxtr, Vidam and the Low Bros—CONE specializes in wickedly detailed self-portraits and characters that explore the depths of his fantasies. His solo show at Rabbit Eye Movement, Nychos’ art space in the center of Vienna, features a stunning series of these thoughtful black and white drawings—each packed tight with texture and emotion, giving them a deep, distinct sense of character.
Street Art // Monday, June 16, 2014
Reed Projects has just opend and organized Norwegian artist DOT DOT DOT (NO) debut solo show, "While You Slept..." in Stavnager, Norway. In 2007, after almost a decade of graffiti writing under various names and guises, Dot Dot Dot took to stencil art with a passion. Since then he has become renowned for his distinctive style of classic stencil art with a sense of dark and humorous pop.
Street Art // Thursday, June 12, 2014
If you remember, Banksy just won the 2014 Webby for Person of the Year, basically because for one month in NYC, he took over the Internet with his brand of social media and street art in "Better Out Than In". We even got flak for calling it an Internet project. Well, we like to thank the Webby Awards for confirming our editorial. Now, Banksy just released a trailer for "Better Out Than In—The Movie," which could just be his acceptance video for the Webby Award, or an upcoming movie. Anyway, its on the Internet.