Harajuku Meets San Francisco: New People Opens in Japantown

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 19, 2009
“Purveyors of Japanese fashion, art, media, and all things relevant popular culture, New People has planted some Harajuku roots right to our city,” writes Erin Dyer. “Opening a megastore this past Saturday, fans of manga art, anime, cutting edge Japanese fashion and culture now have immediate access to an international lifestyle on American soil via this entertainment destination.”   Read More...  

Back Talk with INSA

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 19, 2009
INSA is a one-man London based army. Always on the move, INSA’s illustrations and graphics seem as well suited for canvas as they do street walls, women’s bodies, or designer shoes. Always willing to push the envelope with provocative imagery, INSA also proves he has a heart and mind that can show up the best of them.

Just because you’re rich doesn’t mean you’re smart

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 18, 2009
The ever-insightful artist and intellect, Gaia, read our post yesterday on the financial woes of photographer Annie Leibovitz and took it one step further in mentioning the article, Just because you’re rich doesn’t mean you’re smart. Truer words never spoken.

28 Colors In 28 Cans

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 13, 2009
Blackbooks Stencils always seem to come up with creative ways to create simple things. Known for their insanely intricate laser work, this crew has a new rack to carry 28 cans of aerosol goodness. 

Exclusive Interview with We Are Supervision

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 13, 2009
  Chances are, you are already familiar with the individual names behind We Are Supervision, an artist collective spearheaded by graff-writing god Pose MSK, whose work can’t be described by words, and photojournalist KC Ortiz who aims to create words and raise awareness, one genuine photo at a time.   Read up on our exclusive interview with We Are Supervision and find out how cigarettes, lawyers, and straight-up hustlin’ explain who they are and how it’s incorporated into their artistic agenda. 

INSA Gets Up High

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 11, 2009
INSA seems to be everywhere these days. Fresh off a stunning show with Nike, INSA has taken to the streets once again. He shared with us photos of this fresh mint colored mural, which he just got up in East London.

Interview with Jesse Smith Part 2

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 08, 2009
Jesse Smith is one of those unique artists that beg one to question the fine line between genius and insanity. Known for his twisted imagery inked on countless bodies and painted on many a canvas, Jesse’s work never ceases to amaze.

Interview with Jesse Smith Part 1

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 07, 2009
Investigating the details of Jesse Smith’s paintings and large-scale tattoo projects is like reading a story. These pieces are more than just snapshots of moments in time – they offer fish-eyed glimpses into some twisted-ass tales.

INSA is Looking for Love In All The Wrong Places

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 24, 2009
Looks like INSA is Looking for Love In All The Wrong Places. At least, that is what this highly talented artist would have you believe in his latest show with Nike. This London-based artist straddles the worlds of commercial art and underground expression to showcase some truly striking new pieces.

Interview with Jared Connor of Chocolate Design

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 18, 2009
“Amid Eyes and Wings, Mayan Kings and Skulls, Jared Connor finds his niche,” writes Evan La Ruffa for The Citrus Report. “His lens is tinted gray and the detail in his work is unparalleled. Balanced by symmetrical insanity and buttressed by a clearly adept outlook, Mexican Chocolate Design has set itself apart as the cream of the crop as far as seriously gnarly and fucked up images. This isn't for children's eyes, and we like it that way.”


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