The Architecture of the Body

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 24, 2012
In this intriguing series of black and white photographs, Madrid-based Naama Sarid-Maletá melds the precise angles of architecture and the fluid movement of the female figure, resulting in a composite image that is almost painterly in its expressive quality.

Alain Delorme's Totems

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 24, 2012
The social and economic paradoxes of modern Shanghai are presented in Alain Delorme's "Totems." This series of exaggerated photographs, manipulated through photoshop, depicts the reality of the low-wage workers who toil at the bottom rung while Shanghai expands around them. In the midst of rising skyscrapers and exploding wealth, they are left to carry the ever-increasing weight of the city's market demands.

Experimental Sketches from Jake Evans

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 24, 2012
In this ongoing series of abstract visual experiments, designer and artist Jake Evans wholeheartedly embraces the freedom of expression a sketchbook can provide, whether fleeting impressions of color, kernels of aesthetic concepts, or snippets of shapes and compositions. It's an intimate glance into Evans' unique creative process, a seemingly chaotic yet captivating snapshot of the artist's mind at work.

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