MOCA's Art In the Streets Book

Street Art // Wednesday, April 06, 2011
The buzz surrounding MOCA's Art In the Streets exhibit can't be any louder, as the response we have received over our April 2011 "Art In the Streets" issue done in conjunction with the show's curators has been off the charts. Maybe it was the Margaret Kilgallen cover? Whatever it is, its getting louder and louder, and just remember if you can't go, there is going to be the show's catalogue book. More after the jump . . .

Neil Blender for Vans at Vans by Thalia Surf Shop

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Vans just released their newest collaboration with skate artist and skateboard legend, Neil Blender, and this Thursday, April 7 at the Vans by Thalia Surf Shop in Laguna Beach, California, the collaboration will see a proper launch party featuring the collection and some Blender's original artwork on display. More after the jump . . .

The History of American Graffiti: From Subway to Gallery on PBS NewsHour

Graffiti // Sunday, April 03, 2011
Longtime Juxtapoz contributors, Roger Gastman and Caleb Neelon, are set to release their massive (seriously, you can break someone's hand with that thing) vast, and important book, The History of American Graffiti, and PBS NewsHour just did a nice segment on the book with the two authors. Watch after the jump . . .

HuskMitNavn's Mickey Duck Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 03, 2011
They just don't make them in Belgium anymore, except for HuskMitNavn's Mickey Duck sculpture. Although we don't think this tops the playground sculpture that Husk made in Denmark, this is a good collector's item. Made through Toykyo, the Danish artist made an edition of 12, and declares this will be the last of his Mickey Duck series. More looks after the jump . . .

By Popular Demand, Juxtapoz Tattoo 2

Tattoo // Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Ask, and you shall receive. By popular demand due to audiences enjoying our first book, Juxtapoz Tattoo, we proud to announce the release of Juxtapoz Tattoo 2 with Gingko Press. This new collection features Jose Lopez, Paulie Tattoo, Jun Cha, Shawn Barber, Sunny Buick, Clay Decker, and many more. More details after the jump . . .

Correction: Takashi Murakami ORIGINAL ONE-OFF Sculpture by Mike Leavitt

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 30, 2011
The best part of Mike Leavitt's new original sculpture of famed Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, is that it comes with removable glasses and articulating ponytail. That is detail that makes a one-off 10" sculpture something to get. Bigger views after the jump . . .

MARS-1 Blacklight Flocked Poster with SF Electric Works

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Now nothing says a little early 1970's Haight like a black light poster. Our February 2009 Juxtapoz cover artist, Mars-1, just released a black light print through San Francisco's Electric Works. The Blacklight Flocked Poster is hand-silkscreened with fluorescent UV inks and black velvet flocking. More information after the jump . . .

The Not Real INSA x NIKE Tee Gets a Real Swap

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 28, 2011
London-based graffiti, giffiti, and fine artist INSA just held a contest on his site where he was giving away some extremely rare INSA x NIKE official bootleg Swoosh tees, but for swap only. No money exchanged, just something you think is worthy for a bootlegged collaboration tee-shirt. Nothing says bootlegged like a good old-fashioned swap. More information after the jump . . .

Brendan Monroe and Sixpack France present L i m b i c P l a c e

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 27, 2011
Brendan Monroe, whom we featured in the magazine in our July 2010 issue, just wrote us about  a new zine, Limbic Place, and a tee shirt collection he did with Sixpack France. The zine is constructed to be an inner journey through human instinct and primal emotions. See spreads and tee shirt collection after the jump . . .

HONET for Lacoste

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 24, 2011
It took us a second to actually understand that French graffiti and fine artist, Honet, designed a full micro-collection with French lifestyle brand, Lacoste. It has to be an artist's dream at some point to reimagine an iconic logo, and to get to re-interpret Lacoste's alligator was done quite well by Honet here. Check the collection after the jump . . .