Preview: Gregory Euclide @ David B Smith, Denver

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2012
David B. Smith Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by artist Gregory Euclide, Observing only the ease of my own slipping toward your unknown. For this exhibition, Euclide expanded upon the scale and visual vocabulary of the works featured in his most recent exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition opens on Saturday, September 15.

The Snow House

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 03, 2012
Yes, please, we will live here. This is the Snow House, a place where showering might be a tad exposed, but the layout and architectural set-up is undeniable. The house was constructed by Milan based design firm, Santambrogio, and is built throughout with a blue hued glass. The book cases, bed, and most everything is constructed with that same blue hued glass. Again, where do you shower?

Woodcut Imprints by Bryan Nash Gill

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 14, 2012
Bryan Nash Gill takes recycled lumber and coats the surface in ink and washi paper, and creates these fantastic impressions with his fingers and fingernails to get these amazing patterns of tree rings. Not to get sappy so early in the day, but this just shows you how amazing nature's structure really is.

The Shadow by Brigitte Zieger

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Brigitte Zieger’s created this fantastic outdoor installation for the Les Environnementales Biennial of Contemporary Art at Tecomah, an environmental studies school outside of Paris. She created The Shadow, the impression of an aeroplane flying overhead... only in her work, the shadow is permanent.

"No Globes" for Climate Change Snow Globe by Dorothy

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 25, 2012
You may be asking yourself, why would I want a snow globe with a silo or 4 in the middle? That doesn't seem really wintery or nice to have out when grandma comes over. UK-based agency Dorothy created this No Globes snow globe to protest the building of dirty coal-fired power stations. Shake that globe, and black, disgusting dirt-filled remnants come out of the towers.

Deer Hydro Towers by Design Depot

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 08, 2012
One thing we have learned (of many) as we have been traveliing through Sri Lanka this past week is how ugly and eye-soring a power line can be in lush, beautiful environments. That is why we love the Deer shaped hydro tower concept designed by Moscow-based Design Depot.

Snow Drawings by Sonja Hinrichsen

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 16, 2012
We have shown you snow works before on the site, but these in particular, by Sonja Hinrichsen, are impressive in that the artist uses snowshoes to create these elabroate patterns in the snow. One of the most impressive things about this? There is a ton of patterns and connecting shapes here, meaning Hinrichsen is taken hours upons hours to create and then document the work.

Rocks by Malin Gabriella Nordin

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 13, 2012
William De Kooning was once quoted saying that any idea is good enough. Becoming a successful artist with a thought provoking body of work does not necessitate a politically radical output of visual media. What is important is to develop an immersive practice of poesy, enthusiasm, and intelligence. Malin Gabriella Nordin not only has developed an immersive practice but has chosen the strangely fascinating and banal topic of rocks.
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