Introducing: The Vault, full magazine features from 19 years of Juxtapoz Magazine

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
We have been publishing our print magazine for over 19 years, with hundreds of features every year being added to the Juxtapoz canon. Do the math, that is THOUSANDS of interviews, essays, and spotlights on artists that we all admire and have followed for nearly two decades. Because we respect our history, we introduce The Vault, a curated department of our site that re-publishes some of the great features from our past. First up, some features from the past 12 months... 

Feature: A Conversation with John Van Hamersveld

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
John Van Hamersveld is an icon in Southern California culture, or maybe more aptly described as­ a creator of icons, credited with many graphics and images that identify the West Coast. His poster for Bruce Brown’s classic surf film The Endless Summer is an image that nearly everyone has seen, an emblem for surf culture itself (the poster was included in LACMA’s Pacific Standard Time Exhibition California Design: 1935-1965). . .

Feature: A Conversation with Barry Underwood

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Humankind has left a variety of footprints on this planet. Barry Underwood examines the effect of light pollution on natural landscapes in a series of photographs that feel ethereal and fantastical, despite being rooted in reality.

Feature: An Interview with Shawn Smith

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 09, 2011
In the spirit of hyperreal sculpture, Shawn Smith’s pixel art blurs the line between real and simulated. But while the deceptively photoreal work of folks like Duane Hanson or Ron Mueck are, in fact, just sculpture, Smith flips the illusion on its head.

In L.A.: Dabs Myla Studio Visit

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 05, 2011
Dabs Myla recently invited us over to their studio for a sneak peek at what they have been working on for their upcoming solo show. Photos and more after the jump...

Back Talk: A Conversation with Miss Bugs

Juxtapoz // Sunday, July 24, 2011
London Street Art duo Miss Bugs are design culture mixologist who take the practice of appropriation to a more finished end than the stencil kings of recent years heralding from their hometown of Bristol.

Back Talk: A Conversation with Nick Walker

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 18, 2011
A graffiti writer on the scene in 1980s Bristol, Nick started combining stencils with his freehand work in 1992 and injecting his photographic imagery with irony, social commentary and schoolboy humor. Back Talk after the jump . . .

Interview with San Francisco-based Mitsu Okubo

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Anything from a handshake to a shit-eating grin taps into the vast, often unquestioned vocabulary of the human body. SF-based Mitsu Okubo’s detail-rich renderings of the body morph its flesh into a jigsaw of body parts, creating a language entirely new, yet disturbingly familiar.

Back Talk: A Conversation with How and Nosm

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 12, 2011
With a little over two decades of painting that began with graffiti, German twins How & Nosm now create a more illustrated mural based Street Art, tightly defining their style by stripping it back to essential lines, textures, and colorways.

Back Talk: A conversation with Anthony Lister

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 11, 2011
Jumping off and on a Sydney-Brooklyn continuum, Street Artist and fine artist Anthony Lister makes his own tangential badass path into contorted experimentation, whether it is beat poet metal music, family home theatre, super heroes gone awry, or the warping asymmetry of a plastic surgery glamour puss 18 feet in diameter on the street.
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