Juxtapoz // Friday, February 28, 2014
Jerry Seinfeld may have his often-brilliant "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" series, but the art world wants to have its relaxing-beverage-art-video series as well. "While You Were Steeping" is a "series of films showcasing what you can do while you are steeping...", and the first artist up is Juxtapoz cover artist and surf project collaborator, Geoff McFetridge.
Photography // Thursday, February 27, 2014
In Henry Hargreaves’s body of work “No Seconds,” he photographs the final meals requested by death row inmates which are paired with text describing the requested meal, the name of the criminal, and the crime he/she committed. Photographed in the style of a visual survey, each image appeals to a person’s desire to understand the inner workings of their criminal minds.
Photography // Wednesday, February 05, 2014
“I strive to create images that elegantly articulate the totality of existence, focusing heavily on the broad themes of life and death, with further emphasis placed on ideas of fragility, impermanence and carnality” say Boston-based photographer, Tara Sellios of her large format camera work. Born in 1987, the young photographer graduated from the Art Institute of Boston and has since been making a name for herself locally and nationally.
Erotica // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
This amazing informational video illustrates the differences between porn sex and real sex by using food as an analogy. Using zucchinis, cilantro, nutella, hot dogs, various sliced fruits and a lightly-bondaged chicken, this video makes use of everyday accoutrements to demonstrate the difference between pornland and our own bedrooms. The result is a hilariously intelligent bit of sex-education, we'd recommend it to (almost) all age groups, especially if your own midnight romps aren't living up to the glamour of the waxed-up video world. Also, just listen to her say "hot load" a few times.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 01, 2013
We are always looking for fun stuff to post on the site, to explore the random possibilites of art. Well, we have seen really amazing things done with food art in the past, but sometimes if you have some fruit, bread, and some cheese, you can be like Norwegian photographer Ida Skivenes and take that to a whole new level by making classic painting and pop-culture icons with your breakfast snack. Magritte with apples? Nice.
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 12, 2013
We remember playing with our cheap white bread when we were a kid, smashing and rolling it into balls, so we weren't surprised so much as impressed by Polish artist Milena Korolczuk's food sculptures. She has taken playing with her food to a whole new level, sculpting tiny heads of historic figures from Plato and Lenin to pop artists like Andy Warhol and rappers like Jay-Z.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Whenever you are playing with your food, think of Brock Davis and his Joy Division with pasta image. That will set the bar with what you can do with no props while at your grandparents house. We are getting a kick out of all Brocks' work, and in the past we loved his cauliflower explosion series a while back.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Sometimes the idea of sticking a another boring cube into our coffee gets us down. Luckily, a designer by the name of Snow Violet created these brilliant skull and cross bones cubes so we can make our morning routine of staring into our coffee cup a bit more sinister... (if we can figure out where to get some)
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 16, 2013
Maybe this is because we are super excited about the new Arrested Development season, but anything with a banana right now is on our radar. Cleon Daniel has created this hybrid of pool and miniature golf with the Banana Pool Table, complete with yellow felt and 4 holes instead of 6. We say there is a new beer pongish game to be had here....
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 01, 2013
Spoke Art gallery is proud to present “Guns and Ecstasy” the latest solo show from Bay Area mixed media sculptor Scott Hove. Following Hove’s participation with Spoke Art at the recent Miami and New York City art fairs in 2012 and 2013, we are honored to have a new body of work by the artist on view in his hometown of San Francisco this month.