Mister Cartoon New York Tattoo Tour

Tattoo // Thursday, February 17, 2011
Los Angeles-based tattoo artist, Mister Cartoon, one of the leading and sought after contemporary tattoo artists in the world today, will been having a residency in NYC from February 25th through March 5th. If you want a black and grey tattoo from one of the masters, make your appointment now. Full details after the jump . . .

3D Tattoos—How Far Would You Go?

Tattoo // Monday, February 14, 2011
Juxtapoz has had a longer history with tattoo art, perhaps even considering tattoo art one of the early inspirations for the magazine as a whole. But sometimes, we just have to say, "Whoa." A man got a 3D tattoo, "six Pokéball tattoos down his arm and the area beneath each stuffed with a subdermal implant to make them all appear 3D?" More after the jump . . .

Juxtapoz at MoMA: Ed Hardy Tattoo the World screening tonight

Tattoo // Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Tonight, Wednesday, February 9, the second showing of the All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film series at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City is Emiko Omori's Ed Hardy: Tattoo the World. This is the real legendary tattoo artist Ed Hardy you are going to see, not that other Ed Hardy thing that you see all the time. Clips after the jump . . . 

Juxtapoz Presents: DUKE RILEY Video Profile

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 01, 2011
We are pleased to announce our first artist profile in a continuing series of Juxtapoz produced videos. New York City-based tattoo, performance, and fine artist Duke Riley is our first subject, and today we lauch Part 1 of a 3-part documentary of Duke. Watch the video after the jump . . .

Graff Supply Releases Small Gift Prints from Lister, POSE, CRASH, and more

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 24, 2011
The Small Gift / Sanrio 50th Anniversary exhibitions and events have long ended, but Graff Supply has available for the first time outside of Small Gift Miami special limited-edition prints by past Juxtapoz feature artists: POSE, Anthony Lister, and CRASH. Images after the jump . . .

The Art of Jean-Luc Moerman

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 09, 2011
We are familiar with artists that use tattoo art and apply it on found images, or in this case, fashion spreads. Dr Lakra uses a similar philosophy. But we were intrigued this morning by the art of Belgian artist Jean-Luc Moerman, who takes the idea of body marking and body art and applies it to contemporary female, and male, icons. More after the jump . . .

Paul Ulrich at Fecal Face Dot Gallery Opens Tonight

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 07, 2011
We like Paul Ulrich. He made one of the best pairs of Nike SB Dunks that there ever were made. That is not where the liking stops, as we like his fine art as well, and we hadn't heard from him in awhile but we see he is showing at Fecal Face Dot Gallery tonight, January 7, in San Francisco. Images and info after the jump . . .

American Prison Tattoos by Robert Gumpert

Tattoo // Monday, December 27, 2010
This post is two-fold. One, we receive many letters from prisoners who are avid readers of Juxtapoz. And two, we like to showcase someone who documents prison art in a classic portrayal like Robert Gumpert has in this series, American Prison Tattoos. Gumpert explores the meanings behind prisoners’ tattoos in Californian penitentiaries with clean black and white photography. Many photos after the jump . . .

Closer look: Russian Criminal Tattoos

Tattoo // Thursday, November 04, 2010
We wanted to start your morning off a little heavy, but like a proper newspaper, with a bit of history and historical context. Right now in London, England, an exhibition exploring the photography and mythology of Russian criminal tattoos is on display...

Tattoo Travel Book: The Work of Pioneer, Ben Corday

Tattoo // Monday, October 04, 2010
“Ben Corday was a giant of a man with a delicate and refined art style,” begins the introduction to the new book, Tattoo Travel Book: Ben Corday. “A world traveler and adventurer, Corday (1875-1938) was a tattooer whose elegant and sophisticated designs were a primary influence on early twentieth century tattooing.”


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