Henry Washer @ Heebee JeeBee Gallery, Petaluma

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Henry Washer loves playing with wood and it all started because his parents never gave him toys or let him watch TV. I’m only half serious about the toy thing, but either way his meandering philosophies about the world and motivation to communicate his experience have resulted in careful destruction as a creative process. When almost everything we come in contact with today can be reduced to pixels or binary code, Henry’s work discourages digital simplification.

Cross-Stitched Portrait Project by Evelin Kasikov

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 07, 2012
We love a good handmade, DIY project, especially because we have a fondest for our Juxtapoz Handmade Art book. We just came across Evelin Kasikov's Portrait Project, where the artist is creating 10 stitched portraits, all based on the same grid with different methods and thread thickness. The results are quite cool...

Hand Woven Erotica by Erin M. Riley

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 03, 2012
We don't know the process in which Philadelphia-based Erin M Riley puts into her tapestries, woven from a Macomber floor loom with hand dyed wool yarn, but we know the results are gaining a bit of attention across the blog world and in San Francisco. Featuring scenes of sex, a bit of a partying, a bit of remnants of last night's party, Riley creates a vision of excess through this unique medium. Her work was just on display at Guerrero Gallery in SF.

Cardboard Art by Evol

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 19, 2012
As we have mentioned on the site before, we are huge fans of the work of EVOL, the German artist who seems to have the ability to transform any landscape or found object into his own little world. Some of his best work involves found cardboard, where he takes a simple piece of paper and creates incredible cityscapes and urban environments on the cardboard surface.

Dramatic Bookends by Knob Creek Metal Arts

Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 07, 2012
Just a wonderful collection of conceptual bookends that play out as funny snapshots, created by Knob Creek Metal Arts and for sale now in their Etsy store. You can get yourself a giraffe, a near beheading, or a dog and a fire hydrant scene.

The Work of Caroline Achaintre

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 31, 2012
Caroline Achaintre approaches portraiture in a humorous and unconventional practice. Recreating strange and elaborate faces that verge on abstract shapes with basic geometric elements of eyes and a mouth  being the only recognizable figurative features at times.

The Work of Yulia Brodskaya

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 26, 2012
Born in Russia and currently living in the UK, artist Yulia Brodskaya has earned an international reputation for her innovative paper illustrations. Her expertise is especially apparent in her latest piece, "Babushka," the first in a series of work that she considers to be her "declaration of love to the material and the technique..."

New Works from Jen Stark

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 16, 2012
We just noticed that Jen Stark, the South Florida based artist who was featured in our March 2012 issue, just completed two new paper-cut works that are available at Cooper Cole in Toronto. The works are highly detailed paper cuts, with numerous colors and directional pieces all into one complete paper cut sculpture.
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