Eric Meola's Color-Blocked Documentary Photography

Photography // Tuesday, August 25, 2015
It’s clear Eric Meola is attracted to bright colors. His documentary photography is, at times, so focused on color and patterns that it reads at first as an abstract painting. His series have addressed subjects ranging from lights in Iceland to storms in middle America. At times he adjusts the color in his photos, changing them to match the intensity of the images in his memory.  

Monochrome Breakfast by Fabienne Planggar

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Do you like to color coordinate your clothes, shoes, art supplies, or pantry? Well what if you color coordinated your meals? Eating just green or purple colored food sounds weird, almost repulsive. Yet Fabienne Plangger twists minds immediately with the collaborative project of color composed meals in Monochrome Breakfast...

The Art of Jason Edmiston

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2012
Jason Edmiston loves monsters. He gets a tingle down his spine when he smells the fall air and sees the first leaf fall from the trees. He only drinks vodka sold in skull shaped bottles.