Back Talk with Pose

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Pose (Juxtapoz #116) is a rare breed of graffiti artist who 1) can make fun of himself, and take others joking at him as well 2) doesn’t just draw his name, and 3) has morphed into a highly talented graphic designer and 4) never ceases to progress. “I try to approach life like a buffet, like sneaking into Old Country Buffet as a kid and trying to eat as much as you can before they kick you out.”

Back Talk: Buff Monster

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 30, 2010
LA based artist Buff Monster is an unusual mix of punk rocker and refined painter. “This new body of work is influenced by the history of Western art that I saw throughout Europe. My time at the Louvre viewing Renaissance paintings was truly inspiring.”

Back Talk with Sarah Joncas

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 30, 2010
“I’m quite quirky,” admits painter Sarah Joncas. This Canadian artist has been making a name for herself in the art world the past few years and her newest work for her upcoming solo, Siren, shows increased focus and technical skill making for an impressive new series.

Dabs Myla: Artist Profile Video

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 27, 2010
We told you Dabs Myla were getting a lot of attention. In this new fun artist profile video, get to know this Australian, now LA based, duo…oh, and that shaking in the beginning? That’s just a (real) earthquake disrupting the interview for a second.

Back Talk: Dabs Myla

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 26, 2010
Dabs Myla are a pair of Aussies who relocated to LA last year. In a very short time, they’ve skyrocketed in popularity, having collaborated with top street artists like Augor and Rime, while working feverishly in their Hollywood studio to prep for their upcoming solo show, Tokyo Deluxe.

Back Talk with Know Hope

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 11, 2010
“I'm burdened with a sentimental heart, but try to pretend that I’m not,” admits the Israeli artist who goes by the name Know Hope. Embodying both meanings inherent in his name, the artist both laments the world’s collective sadness, as well as fills us with hope through his ability to so tenderly and beautifully address these universal emotions. We’re proud to present a Back Talk session with this inspiring artist.

Back Talk with Seth Armstrong

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 04, 2010
Seth Armstrong’s paintings fully draw viewers in with their ambiguously narrative quality and electric colors. In anticipation of his solo show Well There You Are at Thinkspace, we take a gander over to the world of Seth and are happy to hear that, among other things, he’s always wanted to “punch a celebrity.”

Back Talk with Basco Vasko

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 04, 2010
Basco Vasko does not aim to please. The Chilean artist paints because he feels an urgency compelling him to, which is one reason we have featured him in our current August 2010 issue.

Back Talk: Dennis McNett

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 02, 2010
Dennis McNett is featured in our current August issue, where he discusses everything from his intricate masks to ornate woodcarvings and his experience moving to NYC three weeks before 9/11. Now we hear about what frustrates him and where he hopes to be in five years.

Back Talk with Beau Roulette

Juxtapoz // Sunday, August 01, 2010
Sometimes a simple introduction is best, so we’ll just say Beau Roulette (Juxtapoz #115) is a great photographer. From lighting to composition, angle to concept, he’s got it down. But did you know that he’s always wanted to “shoot portraits of prostitutes?” Learn that, and a lot more.


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