Tsq Newsstand Guest Clerks: Evan Pricco, Aaron Amaro, Grotesk

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
Monday's T.sq Newsstand guest clerks will be Juxtapoz Editor-In-Chief Evan Pricco along with Doubleday & Cartwright Creative Director Aaron Amaro, Grotesk, and other special guests. They will be reviewing portfolios from 4-7pm this afternoon, so bring yours by!

The Regenerative Plans of Patagonia

Fashion // Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Geoff McFetridge grabs my attention. At the local coffee and surf shop a few months back, a mural of Geoff’s work went up, a static mapping of his already brilliant animation about the impressive 100% traceable down standard Patagonia employs for their uber-popular products. The animation got us thinking, not only about the way brands communicate with consumers, but also how the brands we wear everyday wear on the world around us.

In the Magazine: Chuck D of Public Enemy, the Earthist

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 23, 2015
First thing you notice when speaking with Chuck D is that voice. It has the command of someone who has spent over 30 years as one of the most important MCs and intellectuals, not only on the subject of hip-hop, but of music and culture as a whole. Leader of the seminal musical force and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group Public Enemy, Chuck is also an accomplished artist who earned his degree in graphic design at Adelphi University and became one of the originators of fusing logo work and art into hip-hop.  

In the Magazine: Dan Witz

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 08, 2014
The first time I actually met Dan Witz was on a ferry boat ride touring the magnificent fjords of western Norway. At the time, like most people interested in the broader emerging art world, I knew of Witz as the Brooklyn-based painter who created an indelible series of mosh pit paintings...

Anthony Burrill: The Sun Shines Here Everyday

Design // Friday, November 28, 2014
Anthony Burrill is the good communicator. In a world of stealthy signs, slogans and messaging that relentlessly try to convince you to commit to certain lifestyles, Burrill has stripped down graphic design to its simplest form with profoundly straightforward phrases that can mean everything and something at the same time...

David Bowie Is @ MCA Chicago

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 23, 2014
David Bowie Is... has to be one of the greatest exhibition names ever. Obviously, it compels you to try and understand what exactly David Bowie is: performance artist, musician, actor, fashion icon, producer, collaborator, and an undeniable pioneering creative. David Bowie is a quintessential avant-garde populist, where theatrics and the concept of the alter-ego are elemental to performance in a myriad of genres in contemporary culture.

In the Magazine: Cleon Peterson

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 08, 2014
Cleon Peterson is not a painting. You are probably thinking to yourself, “No shit.” But you and I both know that the type of work Cleon Peterson produces brings up many questions about self and authorship. Let’s get that point out of the way immediately because we live in a time of extreme self-exposure and explanation, and I just want to make sure you’re with me...

An Update with Jules Julien

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Over the past decade, the worlds of design, fine art and commercial art have become more blurred than ever. We sat down with Jules Julien, one of Europe’s multi-dimensional talents, to discuss his emergence as an international commercial designer whose recognition has forged a bridge to the province of exhibition art.

Ron English @ Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Ron English has 3 brilliant canvases in "Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine" at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC through June 14, 2014. At the opening, Ron had his POPagandaTV crew with him, interviewing patrons and fans. Juxtapoz Editor-In-Chief, Evan Pricco, got caught behind the camera, and Ron and Evan talked health care and art. 

Tod Seelie "Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York"

Photography // Friday, November 22, 2013
Over the years, we have worked with Tod Seelie on a few projects, and one of the reason we have worked with him and assigned him some open-ended projects is that we know that he sees the world differently then most. That he has a camera is of benefit to all of us as both artists, writers, or people with interest in the cracks between popular culture and underground culture, and their meeting points. That connection is the subject of Tod's new book, "Bright Nights: Photographs of Another New York."
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