Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Argentinian artist Gerardo Felstein uses wire, wood, textiles, and other materials for his bizarre sculptures. Originally studying electrical engineering, Gerardo first started to paint and now is an artists in several different fields.
Erotica // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Diego Beyró's productions are characterized by force, the impact of his images and the coexistence of the academic, craftsmanship and the use of new technologies and devices. Both in his series Orgasms, in which he painted that singular instant of ecstasy on bedsheets, and in his more experimental videos, or his digital work, we see the body as an object of thorough study.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 20, 2012
What we wrote on January 8, 2012: Argentinian-painter Diego Gravinese creates hyperreal oil on canvas and acrylic paintings that at first we thought were a series of photographs. The works are highly detailed, capturing both mundane and bizarre scenes in photo realistic style.
Juxtapoz // Monday, December 17, 2012
Beautiful new mural by Argentina-based collective, Triangulo Dorado, this new piece is entitled "Astronautas Daqui.”
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 30, 2012
A Juxtapoz favorite and all around skilled young painter, Aryz, has just completed a new mural in Buenos Aires for Meeting of Styles. A stylish clothed purple horse is seen riding a bike, with a top hat and pipe floating close. The artist chose wonderful colors for this particular large wall. Keep an eye out for something special with Aryz in an upcoming printed issue of Juxtapoz.
Erotica // Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Young Argentine artist Enzo Dinolfo describes his work as a conceptual blend of photography and design. Drawn to the nude female form, Enzo's minimalist aesthetic and sense of natural light perfectly highlight his subjects' curves. Enzo cites George Romero, Susan Sontag, Lara Jade and Quentin Tarantino as artistic influences. He is based in La Plata, Argentina and is currently continuing his studies at La Plata's Facultad de Bellas Artes.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 11, 2012
Argentina-based artist, Sam, recently painted this monochromatic character constructed with a variety of geometric designs and patterns.
Tattoo // Sunday, August 19, 2012
Juan Manuel Sancho, also known by his moniker Piranha, is a self-taught illustrator, designer and tattooist. As a child, he put together his own monster magazines and drew on any surface he could get his hands on. Sancho's childhood fascination with monsters is evidenced in his tattooing, traditional skulls becoming zombie heads and horses sprouting multiple eyeballs. He is based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 02, 2012
This is pretty cool. Argentina-based artist, Luciano Podcaminsky, has created the conceptual piece, Sundead, a coffin re-imagined as a tanning bed, or vice-versa. Not only are tanning beds the most bizarre creations by humans, it happens to be even weirder that people in places like Florida and California, places that get sun, go to tanning salons. Are we wrong?
Illustration // Thursday, July 05, 2012
Juan Manuel Sancho, also known by his moniker Piranha, is a self-taught illustrator, designer and tattooist. As a child, he put together his own monster magazines and drew on any surface he could get his hands on -- paper, furniture, the walls, his own skin... Sancho's interest in different surfaces and synthesis of different styles and techniques is evident in his tattoo-inspired illustrations. He is based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.