IN L.A.: NEW IMAGE POP-UP GALLERY @ SPACE 1520

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
We recently stopped by Space 1520 for the opening of New Image’s Pop-Up Gallery, featuring works from a ton of Juxtapoz featured aritsts and friends including Date Farmers, Richard Colman, Cleon Peterson, Misha Hollenbach, David Ellis, Maya Hayuk, and more. The show closed and was open a week, but we captured a few looks of the space. Photos from the opening and more after the jump… 

In L.A.: Chad Muska @ New Image Art

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 06, 2013
This past weekend we stopped by New Image Art for the opening of Chad Muska’s first solo show. “Chad Muska comes from a long tradition of professional skateboard artists (Mark Gonzales, Ed Templeton, Chris Johanson, Natas Kaupas, and Neil Blender, among others) who have devoted their lives, both on and off the board, to a journey of creativity and discovery. The title of Chad’s first show, “Transitions,” is a word that not only stems from the curved surfaces skateboarders ride on in pools, parks, and ramps, but it’s also a reference to the skateboard lifestyle which is defined by movement from place to place, and from one state of mind to the next.  Photos and more after the jump…

In L.A.: Chad Muska Studio Visit

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 23, 2012
  Pro skateboarder, musician, and artist Chad Muska recently invited us to his studio space, Flat425 in Los Angeles for a little peek into his life and what he’s been working on lately. Muska has been working on several different projects including a whole new body of work, which was surprisingly different from his earlier works.

Chad Muska Busted for Tagging

Graffiti // Thursday, July 14, 2011
Pro skateboarder, entrepreneur, and DJ, Chad Muska, was arrested last night tagging in Hollywood, Los Angeles.  Muska is being held on $20,000 bail and facing felony vandalism charges.  Unfortunately for him, Muska is not a common graffit name.  If you watch the video, Muska goes off, dropping the N-Word multiple times, never a good look.  As Muska says in the video, “N%$*@s is fake right there, Honkeys is real right here.”  I wonder how all those reporters got there so fast, pro skaters high priority?

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