Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 26, 2010
It is with great honor that Barbara Kruger, one the leading and influential contemporary artists of the past 50 years, graces the cover of our November issue. The inside features ain’t bad either.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 14, 2010
November has arrived, and with it the legendary Barbara Kruger on both our newsstand and subscriber covers. Hey, Are we having fun yet? or what…
Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 08, 2010
eBoy's stunning Tokyo pixel poster comes to life for your walls with shoppers, aliens and naked women straddling rockets.
Juxtapoz // Friday, October 02, 2009
“Mike Inglis' upcoming show at the Glasgow Arches opens next week,” writes UK based contributors Richard Scarry and The Chipster, “So we thought we would grab the opportunity to talk to him about his work, inspiration, thoughts on haggis as well as a sneak preview of four works for the show.” Read More...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 28, 2009
East London’s Concrete Hermit has been championing the work of contemporary illustrators and graphic designers since it opened in 2007. Artists like Ian Stevenson, Eboy, Jon Slade, Kate Moross and many more have been creating exclusive graphics for Concrete Hermit, which eventually caught the eye of the Tate Modern Museum.
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 27, 2009
Our homeboy Augor (Juxtapoz #99) shot over some super advance snapshots of a brand new deck he’s been designing. “This is the first of about 5 products that’s gonna be out in time for the show,” Augor divulged. The deck, along with the other products, is set for release in the Terror Dome Product Release Show on April 18th, 2009 at Los Angeles’ Galeria Con Safos. Be the first to see this rising star's latest.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Rojo-Out started in 2006 as an artistic initiative with the aim to show the talent of 20 international emerging artists on the streets. Transforming advertising billboards onto outdoor art canvases, the artists are able to make big statements that passersby can rarely overlook (the one shown is by Pancho Tolchinsky). The yearly one-month exhibition of exclusive unpublished artworks are made specifically to be displayed in 44 outdoor backlight billboards, distributed strategically through the city center, the surroundings, and the most important connection routes in Barcelona, Spain. This year’s billboards include artwork by: Hvass+Hannibal, Eboy, Robert Hardgrave, Ovni, Apo Fousek, Masha Krasnova-Shabaeva, Benedita Feijo & Michael Andersen, Kill Pixie, Wagner Pinto, Fupete, Javier Tles, Momo, Pancho Tolchinsky, Vasava, Stephen Smith / NCC, Protey Temen, Claudio Parentela, Yomar Augusto, Alexander Egger, Bruno 9li. Rojo-Out is now on display all over Barcelona and will remain on display through March 31st, 2009. Details at www.rojo-out.com
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 30, 2009
Title: The Boy King of Pop, resin-coated acrylic on canvas, 36" x 36" x 1.5" Artist: Troy Gua
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 16, 2009
Pixorama is huge super-complex urban scenes built out of hundred of parts which themselves are build with eBoy's magic object: the pixel. Pixorama, on display at Rojo in Barcelona, is the culmination of a modular and object oriented work style that introduces reusability and remodulation of its atomic parts. “Like the real cities, Pixoramas are living objects that constantly change and grow,” states the Gallery. “Pixorama is not a comment but reality in itself.” More info at www.rojo-barcelona.com
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 02, 2009
Our homeboy Alex Pardee (Juxtapoz cover #79) recently allowed us to come crash his studio and get a sneak peek at his newest work (one of our favorite pieces is shown below) for his upcoming solo show at FIFTY24SF Gallery, affectionately titled Letters From Digested Children, which opens this Thursday, January 8, 2009. Not only is Alex extremely talented and intelligent, but he’s also super nice and down to earth. Just our kind of artist! We made our way from our hometown of San Francisco over to his studio and Zerofriends art collective compound in Novato, California, which is about 30 minutes north of SF. Upon entering his studio, we were immediately greeted by typical Alex goodness: crazy masks, huge murals, colorful paintings, and oh yeah, the artist himself. Do join us on a journey through the world and mind of Alex Pardee in our studio visit with him over this way…