As part of Converse's Blank Canvas project, our good friend and former Juxtapoz cover artist Andrew Schoultz painted this beautiful mural in Los Angeles.
Purportedly sent from a spacecraft at the outer reaches of our galaxy, this footage has created an international controversy, evoking strong opinions from experts in many fields. Rooted in this sourc
Stuart Bowen’s stop motion animation was created with artists’ articulated mannequins.
Neptune's film and photography series exposes the mythos of the strong black woman.
Babylon LA's rotating art wall has recently been blessed by Jay Howell of Bob's Burgers and Sanjay and Craig fame.
Looks as if this was a drawing with markers straight out of a sketchbook. Pureeeeee goodness.
This new character with the letters “Ignorant” by Parisian graffiti and tattoo artist, Fuzi, is entertaining and definitly comical.
D30 or Deadly Thirty in this case, with pumpkins, skulls, and the Misfits.
Every week we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Isto.
Three heavy hitters, Hert, Read More, and Atak combine efforts to remind you how big chunky letters should look. No need for color.
In an effort to understad where Purge originates from, we bring you Wikipedia’s definition, “In history, religion, and political science, a purge is the removal of people who are considered u
One of San Francisco’s secret talents, Heart, who was doing a lot of great work in the early 00’s around town.
One of our most favorite Remio pieces we have seen yet! Painted in Mexico City.
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Isto.
Rimes got all kind of funky styles and aint scared to show them off on a number of surfaces all around everywhere.
Are you familiar with this Daniel Boone? No, it’s not the American explorer who became a folk hero; it’s the FTRA‘s (A homeless railroad gang) founder. The gang was featured on America’s Most
Not that long ago, San Francisco had an abundance of pits looking similar to this photograph. Graffiti once strived in these pits. Now large condos exist in their place, plaguing the visual landscape