Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!) by George Lois

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 03, 2012
One of the best experiences this writer has ever had was spending time with George Lois at his Manhattan apartment in preparation for his December 2010 14-page feature in Juxtapoz. Not only was it an interview, history lesson, and New York Yankees debate, it was a personal discussion and advice session about capitalizing on potential. And hence Lois' new book, Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!).

Steven Harrington's "You and I" Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Featured in our October 2011 issue, Los Angeles-based Steven Harrington just released a porcelain and white glazed sculpture with Belgian group, Toykyo. The three dimensional sculptural evolution of the artist's "You & I" theme was created in an edition of 25.

Todd James x Toykyo "The Contractor" Porcelain Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Former Juxtapoz cover artist Todd "REAS" James (August 2008 to be exact) just released a limited edition porcelain sculpture with Toykyo, called The Contractor. The sculpture is based on a painting Todd James created in 2008, and comes in a numbered and screen printed cardboard box, in a edition of 25 pieces.

Tomer Hanuka Limited Edition "Overkill" Book

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 13, 2011
A few months ago, we announced the release of NYC-based illustrator Tomer Hanuka's new book, Overkill. Today, Upper Playground and Gingko Press have released a limited edition version of Hanuka' book, featuring embossed cream slipcase and  a limited edition Giclee print on archival fine art paper, in an edition of 120.

New Book: OaKoAk w/ Edition Populaire

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 12, 2011
Simplicity can be the most effective form of street art. One of the best, OaKoAk, featured on the site and in the magazine this year, just released a new book through Edition Populaire, the self-titled OaKoAk. The book features a collection of some of the best street pieces we have seen over the past few years, both humorous and extremely clever.

Maxx242 + Munk One Pearl Jam Print Release

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 09, 2011
This past August, artists Maxx242 and Munk One painted live on Labor day weekend in East Troy, Wisconsin, at Pearl Jam’s historic 20th Anniversary show. They produced an artwork on two giant billboards side by side high above the venue lawn done in acrylic and spray paint. To commemorate this special art collaboration, Maxx 242 & Munk One released 100 prints each on their respective websites today, December 9, between 10am and 2pm.

The Cheeseburger Gift Wrap Set

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 08, 2011
You can wrap all your holiday presents in the same old red/green/ribbon concoction liked you always do, or you can wrap and arrange your own cheeseburger with your presents. Imagine getting that holiday sweater/scarf/underwear you never wanted, but wrapped in buns and meat? Ideal, we think.

Jeremy Fish "Time Marches On" Print Release

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Jeremy Fish just released a new print, Time Marches On, through Upper Playground. As UP writes, "The theme of the print is about time, and how it waits for no one, and passes us by like a mutherf*cker." That seems about spot-on. The print is 18" x 18," 4-color, printed on French’s 140 lb hot fudge colored paper, and in a closed edition of 100. Signed, numbered, embossed by Mr. Fish.

Krink x The Standard K-71 Box Set

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
August cover artist, Craig Costello, purveyor of fine KRINK products, has teamed with The Standard Hotel to produce a custom box set just in time for the holidays. Boxed sets are available in pre-selected colors or those of your choice. Now you can have fun after your holiday party in a neighborhood that is not yours.

Maxx242 Muertos Series

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Maxx242 and F4D Studios officially drop Maxx242's first two prints from the Muertos Series as of today, December 6. The release are two- color screenprints using metallics (pink or gold) on archival paper, and measure 18" x 18", also signed and numbered in an edition of 50 for each print.

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