Interview: Claudio Sanchez of Coheed & Cambria

Music // Friday, November 13, 2015
Claudio Sanchez, probably best known as the frontman for progressive rock band Coheed & Cambria, is also heavily involved in the comic and art community.

Juxtapoz Exclusive: An Interview with Banksy about Dismaland

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 24, 2015
For the new October, 2015 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine, Banksy contributed not only the cover story and interview, but a statement about Dismaland and his first foray into theme park management. We get firsthand insight into how the project came about, how the artists were chosen, and why the destination is so pertinent...

An Interview with ZSO (Sara Blake)

Illustration // Monday, May 18, 2015
ZSO, aka Sara Blake is an illustrator, fine artist, and designer based in New York City.A graduate of NYU's Gellatin School of Individualized Study, Sara has has been working in illustration and design ever since, completing work for an impressive list of clients that includes Nike, Ford, Hurley, Vice, Marvel, Warner Bros., and many more. She also has a website that we think is the perfect example for aspiring artists. Oh, and we also dig her artwork so we asked her a few questions:

Anthony Burrill: The Sun Shines Here Everyday

Design // Friday, November 28, 2014
Anthony Burrill is the good communicator. In a world of stealthy signs, slogans and messaging that relentlessly try to convince you to commit to certain lifestyles, Burrill has stripped down graphic design to its simplest form with profoundly straightforward phrases that can mean everything and something at the same time...

Feature: Jim Houser @ FFDG, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 09, 2014
On July 11, our good friends at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco will open a solo show, "Night Got Quiet—Not Quite Light," featuring all new works from Philadelphia-based artist Jim Houser. The show will feature 15 new mixed media paintings and site-specific installation works. The works, as you can see, will feature Houser's well-known and established iconography and narrative painting style, but with new twists and turns along the way. FFDG passed along an interview with Houser, that you can read now.

Interview: Aaron James Draplin, March, 2014

Design // Tuesday, March 25, 2014
The following interview first appeared in our March, 2014 issue: The best way to stay inspired and current in any creative field is by keeping tabs on your peers. For any of you designers, Aaron James Draplin better be on the top of your list, and not because his name starts with the letter A. In addition to Aaron’s impressive list of clients he is also behind those cult-like notebooks you see being jotted in all over the world, Field Notes.

In Conversation with Julie Oppermann

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 31, 2014
On the sidewalk just outside the Miami Projects art fair, I could immediately recognize a colorful painting by Julie Oppermann, as it pulsed waves of color through the window from the Mark Moore booth. Standing in front of the large work, my mind worked to establish comprehension of an all over pattern. 

HuskmMitNavn gets interviewed over at Wertical

Graffiti // Friday, January 17, 2014
The Danish graffiti writer/artist, HuskMitHavn, has a newly opened exhibition at Ruttkowski68 gallery in Cologne, Germany and the people over at Wertical sat down to interview the busy artist. A quick read worth your time.

Interview: Wayne Coyne's Comic, "The Sun is Sick"

Illustration // Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne is a bona fide Freak of all Trades, and on top of decades producing weird psychedelic music, art and mind-blowing confetti-fantasm-performances has just released his first comic book, "The Sun is Sick." The comic made its debut at San Diego Comic-Con last month. You can watch Wayne read some of his comic here. 

Divine Inquiry by Michelle Anderst

Illustration // Monday, July 29, 2013
Michelle Anderst is a Seattle-based fine artist whose paintings of biological structures serve as both works of art as well as aesthetic statements on ecological consciousness in the modern world. Through her use of vibrant colors and organic subject matter, such as bone, stem, and vein, Anderst creates unique microcosms of the greater natural world, illustrating the interdependence of all living things with one another, no matter how seemingly small or distantly related. 
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