Mark Mulroney's Grandma as a Book

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 25, 2011
NY-based artist Mark Mulroney has a grandma that he is very fond of, so much so that he created a book about her through fashion brand, Shipley & Halmos. When Mulroney's grandma worked in San Diego, she operated a "camera that took the photos for the I.D. cards, which certified seniors as old enough to receive discounts on public transit, movie tickets, and breakfast at Denny’s." This book is his collection of those photos. More after the jump . . .

New Prints from Saner with Pictures On Walls

Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 23, 2011
Mexican artist, Saner, aka Edgar Flores, has two new prints, "Free Souls," released with London's Pictures On Walls, available in two color options. As POW notes, "[Saner's] obsession with masks apparently dates from childhood experiences taking part in traditional masked dances in Oaxaca." Big look after the jump . . .

Greg Simkins Limited Edition Brush Set

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 21, 2011
We have been noticing more and more, "Why don't artists get to endorse things/have their own branded painting materials? Sure, there are spraycans, calendars, tee-shirts, and skate decks with art, but what about a brush set. October 2010 cover artist, Greg "Craola" Simkins has his brush set with Treckell Brushes, which previously sold out but is now back in stock. More after the jump . . .

Stussy & Co. x Herschel Supply Co. Backpack

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 21, 2011
Occasionally, we like to look at a few products here on Juxtapoz.com. and with a few Juxtapoz staffers picking up some bags from Vancouver-based Herschel Supply Co., we want to endorse the Herschel Supply Co. x Stussy backpack as a nice way to carry your laptop. Because we all have laptops. More looks after the jump . . .

James Jarvis for Coca-Cola 125th Anniversary Cans

Illustration // Tuesday, April 19, 2011
British illustrator and toy designer, and the March 2010 cover artist of Juxtapoz, James Jarvis, just landed a major commercial job of adorning and designing new cans with his signature characters for Coca-Cola's 125th anniversary. In total, Jarvis did six different cans, with no release date or location of release announced of yet. More after the jump . . .

Jeff Soto "Mother and Father" Print

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 17, 2011
Jeff Soto is set to release his new April prints, this one in particular called the "Mother and Father" print. The print is being made with UV inks on sustainable FSC certified 1/2" plywood at 31.5" x 20" and is signed and numbered at an edition of 20 prints, available on Thursday April 21, 2011 at Noon Pacific Time. More after the jump  . . .

New Print from Megan Whitmarsh

Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 16, 2011
Megan Whitmarsh, who just closed an exhibition at THIS Los Angeles, has just released a new print through Paper Monster in a limited edition run of 50. The 18 color silkscreen print with hand embroidery is based on one of Whitmarsh's drawings. More after the jump . . .

Nike SB x Geoff McFetridge Paper Dunk and at MOCA

Street Art // Friday, April 15, 2011
WIth Nike SB having a stage last night at MOCA's "Art In the Streets," the team got to skate a Geoff McFetridge x Lance Mountain skate "park" that sits at the entryway of the exhibition's main hall. Coinciding with McFetridge and Nike SB at MOCA, a new Nike Dunk High is being released in super limited quantities to be auctioned off to benefit the MOCA Foundation. More after the jump . . .

The American Gastronomy Print Made by a Brit

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 15, 2011
We saw this print on Curated this morning, thought that it is the perfect print for a house, and that it was a rather clever depiction of the way people eat in America. Then note that the print was created by a British artist, Lucy Stevens, and you have to conclude she has a really good perception of American eating habits. More after the jump .  . .

The LEGO Drinking Bottles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 14, 2011
If you haven't noticed by now, we like LEGOs on this site. LEGO art, LEGO sculptures, LEGO water bottles. That's right, LEGO has released a phthalate and bisphenol free "drinking bottle with an iconic LEGO minifigure yellow-head twist top." Where was this when we were in 1st grade? More after the jump . . .

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