Jen Stark has been making waves (rainbow-colored ones) lately with her drippy, prismacolored aesthetic in pretty much every medium available - watch how her work translates in the moving world with t
'Project Graham' is another fascinating iteration of the unsettling and enlightening lovechild that can be born of art and science. A catalyst for conversation and ultimately an educational tool, "Gr
The Avalanches recently released a psychedelic new music video for the track "Subways" animated by our favorite french artist duo, Mrzyk & Moriceau.
South African artist Faith47 brings a massive new piece entitled "Who will guard the guards themselves" to Los Angeles.
There have been a few times in the last couple of days that we've seen a piece of art and had a strong urge to crawl into it and take a nap.
Wan’s “Exploding Heads” Illustration Series Showcases Extinct Species
Robert Kraiza often paints in monochrome watercolor on a small scale, inspired by the Victorian era and whimsical dreams in both his art and personal aesthetic.
Federico Babina is at it again! Twenty-seven imaginary houses that correlate to the best and most famous film directors, from Jim Jarmusch to Lars Von Trier. The varied styles of the directors are in
Ericailcane is featured in our new book, Juxtapoz Wild. "When I began to paint and draw," he told us, "I started drawing animals. I'm incorporating humans, but doing it with animal bodies.
Lauren Gallaspy’s work crosses genres to include illustrations and both functional and aesthetic ceramics.
Yellena James’ Meticulously Illustrated Nether-worlds
From the gallery: Belgian artist Sammy Slabbinck started making found-photo collages in 2009 using vintage ads and images culled from old copies of magazines like Paris Match.
Foss's Illustrations Offer a Boldly-Colored Lens for Viewing her Subjects
The altered anamorphic illustrations of Hungarian artist István Orosz are mind-expanding for sure. What appears distorted at first melds into recognizable images when a cylindrical mirror is p
Illustrations that Portray the Dark Side of Anime and Manga. Her illustrations, in her own words, offer a world “where cuteness and horror coexist.”
Chris Ware's latest New Yorker cover gets an animated treatment by Ira Glass and "This American Life."