Entertaining Works by Andrew B. Myers

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 08, 2011
Andrew B. Myers' work uses simple everyday observations to make clever cracks at habits and annoyances we can all relate to. His work focuses on the everyday, but seems to encompass the general humor of human behavior with these beautifully minimal works. Here we have a selection of his works from the later part of this year.

Feature: A Conversation with Barry Underwood

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Humankind has left a variety of footprints on this planet. Barry Underwood examines the effect of light pollution on natural landscapes in a series of photographs that feel ethereal and fantastical, despite being rooted in reality.

The Work of Tim Taylor

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 27, 2011
Tim Taylor's work is simple, but funny. He takes the subtle humor of the everyday, and presents us with witty artwork that allows us to step back, and laugh at ourselves and our daily routines.

The BrainCar by Olaf Mooij

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 11, 2011
Sure, it is a BrainCar, but this is also an interesting project by Netherlands-based, Olaf Mooij. The BrainCar gets driven around all day, capturing and storing images and video from the travels. At night, the recorded footage is projected in the "brain sculpture" to be made visible from the outside. Video after the jump . . .

The Art of Chad Wys

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 14, 2011
Just going the morning rounds, we came across the work of Illinois-born artist, Chad Wys. We like the amount of work that Wys is creating, from paintings, to conceptual pieces, to sculpture and found painting work. Almost a random Tumblr worth of work from one artist.

The Art Studio of Taylor James

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 24, 2011
There is always a way to be the center of attention at a party. Tactic #1, shed your skin near the beverage table and/or punch bowl. Taylor James is a conceptual art firm creating clever advertising art, as well as some really interesting conceptual art in this vein you see here. More after the jump . . .

Terry Haggerty: In-Between-Elements

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 23, 2011
When artist Terry Haggerty isn't splitting time between New York and Berlin he is creating staggering work. Paintings consisting of merely lines, Frank Stella comes to mind, isn't necessarily a new concept. Haggerty certainly takes up a notch by creating site specific works, more specifically massive wall drawings. See more of Haggerty's work after the jump . . .

The Art by Humans Since 1982

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 18, 2011
At first we were confused by the name of Swedish design and art studio, Humans Since 1982. We thought, "Humans," since 1982. But we had it right the first time. We don't know much about them other than they create interesting, arresting, and visceral installation and conceptual art, applying minimal materials in the process. More videos and images after the jump . . .

Denim on Denim: The Art of Denimu

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 17, 2011
Denimu takes actual denim to create his artwork. If you wonder what red denim jeans are good for, look no further. Or better said, Denimu "uses shades of denim as his palette as he creates his 'paintings' to communicate how he sees the world. The British-born, Sweden-based artist creates some stunning works considering the materials. More after the jump . . .

The Art of Todd McLellan

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 14, 2011
You may have seen Todd McLellan's Disassembled Pentax floating around the inter-web, we were intrigued so we  dove a little deeper and discovered his entire Disassembled series. Everything from a clock-radio to a push-powered lawn mower makes an appearance in this series and its quite fantastic. More after the jump . . .
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