Win "Deformer" by Ed Templeton!

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 08, 2008
We love Ed Templeton’s (Juxtapoz #35 and #88) new book, Deformer so much that we thought we'd offer it up to a lucky winner that registers for the new Juxtapoz newsletter! It’s simple: if you have a name and an email address, sign up to get occasional updates from your friends here at Juxtapoz and you could be the random winner we choose to send a brand new copy of Deformer to! Register now here.

"Deformer" by Ed Templeton Release

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 26, 2008
Finally, Ed Templeton’s (Juxtapoz #35 and #88) new book, Deformer, is available to the masses! Eleven years in the making and compiling more than 30 years of material, Templeton's scrapbook of his upbringing in suburban Orange County California is truly something else to behold. Read our entire early review of this amazing collection, and then grab your own copy here.

Advance Review: "Deformer" by Ed Templeton

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 28, 2008
We stayed up too late last night. It’s really all Ed Templeton’s (Juxtapoz #35 and #88) fault. His new book, Deformer, from Damiani Publishers is just that good. Eleven years in the making and spanning 30 years of material, Deformer chronicles Templeton’s err… unique life and upbringing through photographs, journal excerpts, letters from his strict grandfather, religious notes from his mother, personal sketches, and artwork. Templeton sums it up when states, “The deformer describes what warps you, what deforms you into you are.” At 170 pages of intense personal exploration, struggle, and growth, Deformer is a book you’ll need to set aside a good amount of time to fully digest. Thankfully, the collection is so well laid out that we happily dove into Templeton’s chaotic Orange County, California childhood, maturation through skateboarding, and artistic and emotional development. Offering readers an extremely candid and unresolved narrative (at times we found ourselves almost cringing at the rawness,) Templeton has obviously accomplished what we all hope to achieve: take all the bizarre shit from our childhood and form it all into something meaningful and beautiful for oneself. Join Templeton on his journey through Deformer.  Deformer will be released this October. Pre-order your copy right here.

Aaron Rose Talks About "Beautiful Losers"

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 14, 2008
Aaron Rose, the man behind the fascinating documentary film Beautiful Losers, has been enjoying the immensely positive response from its recent release. In case you didn’t know, Rose was the man behind the Alleged Gallery in New York, which helped blossom the talents of great artists like: Mike Mills, Margaret Kilgallen, Thomas Campbell, Harmony Korine, Shepard Fairey, Ed Templeton, Barry McGee and more. Simply put, this guy knows his stuff. Beautiful Losers takes an inside look at the unique collective of artists who influenced one another at the Alleged Gallery, exploring their different outlooks and philosophies about creativity. The folks at The Filmlot recently completed an interview with Rose, discussing his process with Beautiful Losers. Take a look at the whole piece right here…

Ed Templeton Interview on artkrush

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Image courtesy of Roberts & Tilton. All rights reserved. artkrush covers the basics with Ed Templeton. www.artkrush.com/131616 {moscomment}

Ed Templeton Video Pile

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 01, 2007
Here's some Ed Templeton to brighten your day. The main video is him and Deanna setting up at Beautiful Losers. When you are done, you might like to watch this video interview he did for ANP Quarterly: www.youtube.com. Or watch him skate...

ANPQuarterly #4 Out Now

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 19, 2006
The latest issue of ANPQuarterly is finally in stores.

Ed Templeton Is Rad

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 11, 2005
Ed Templeton, famous skater, artist and vegan, has a show of his paintings (and maybe a few photos if we're lucky) called The Fogged Mirror coming up in January at Roberts & Tilton in Los Angeles - details on his site. He also runs the Toy Machine Bloodsucking Skateboard Company and takes photos that rule and generally inspires the rest of us. 1000%.
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