Candy Issue 8

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Candy Collective has just published the newest issue of their PDF mag online, and it's chock full o' visual treats. The No Issue Theme Issue features a plethora of fantastic artists and designers including James Jean, Tiffany Bozic, and Bob Dob to name a minuscule fraction of the total greatness within. Not only is this their 8th issue but also their 2nd anniversary issue. With all that riding on it, you know that they've pulled no punches. It's so packed with action that they had to divide the issue into two parts. You're going to need a cup of tea and some snack cakes to munch on while powering through this monster edition. Did you count how many times the word issue was just used? The answer is 6. {moscomment}

Thumbs Up! Episode 17

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Happy Wednesday. This week on Thumbs Up!, artist David Choe [JUXTAPOZ Issue #72] and his cousin Harry Kim visit NoLa for good food, good folks, and rough living in the 9th and 3rd wards. Seven heavy minutes of the sad, yet mysteriously hopeful, state of affairs in post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana. This week's episode is online here, {moscomment}

Thumbs Up! Episode 16

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Ohhh, lordy it's Wednesday. That means another new episode of Thumbs Up! on Artist David Choe and his cousin Harry stop off in Lake Providence, Louisiana after 50+ miles drifting down the Mississippi River. There, they wander into an exclusive hunting club and get a ride to town from a couple members. Along the way, among the cotton fields, they spy a noose hanging from a tree... Uhhhh, *nervous laughter*. {moscomment}

Thumbs Up! Episode 15

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 18, 2007
It's Wednesday! You know what that means... another episode of Thumbs Up!, this one titled, "Making River Buddies." David Choe [JUXTAPOZ Issue #72] and his cousin Harry hitch up with a little fishing boat and get a lift farther down the Mississippi River. The fishing boat is manned by two truckers who let us know why we don't see hitchhikers anymore and hook our boys up with a couple cold ones. "I am in my boxers, lying on a raft, drinkin' beers and brews with my friend Harry, and they're fucking cold! Harry can I ask you a question?" "What?" "Why is life so rad?" "It just is." {moscomment}

The Scion Installation 4 Tour

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 09, 2007
The Scion Installation 4 tour gets underway this Friday, July 13th in Chicago, with a heavyweight roster of the art world's finest presenting paintings, photographs, sculptures, and collages that interpret the theme "It's A Beautiful World." Each stop on the tour will last for 1-2 weeks including a stop during Art Basel in Miami and culminating in an auction for charity of all the works in the show at the Scion Installation space in Culver City. The show features works from: Andrew Pommier, Andy Mueller, Angela Boatwright, Blaine Fontana, Blek LeRat, Books llll, Caia Koopman, Chris Yormick, Cody Hudson, Dalek, David Choe, Eye One, Francesco LoCastro, Freddi C, J. Shea, James Jean, Jeff Soto, Joshua Krause, Kelsey Brookes, Kenton Parker, Kofie, Mel Kadel, Michael Sieben, Mike Giant, Rammellzee, RETNA, R. Grimes, Ron English, Sam Flores, Sage Vaughn, Skwerm, Tim McCormick, Travis Millard and more. We had to list them all because, damn, that's a dream team of artists providing visual pleasure. If you're near (within 100 miles of) any of the cities the tour will be stopping in you should find a way to get there and get your mind blown. {moscomment}

David Choe Print

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 09, 2007
David Choe just put the word out about his latest print, the second in a series available via the administrative prowess of his brother Jim.

Thumbs Up! Episode 12

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Episode 12 of Thumbs Up!—Memphis to Missouri, starting out with a tour of the Wonder Bread Factory—is online. David Choe and his cousin Harry Kim hitchhiked across the U.S.A. to bring us this wonderful programming. Learn how to make your own "Tang™ ball". {moscomment}

Thumbs Up! Episode 11

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Finally! A new episode of Thumbs Up! (# 11) is now online at Thumbs Up! is the video chronicles of artist David Choe and his cousin Harry Kim making their way across the U.S.A. by any means that doesn't cost them cash. Episode 11 documents their journey from Little Rock to Memphis. Did you know "hobo" stands for "Hoe Boys", the boys who swing the hoes... {moscomment}

Thumbs Up! David Choe on VBS

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 08, 2007
This started up awhile ago, but in case you didn't see it, here's a link to Episode One of Thumbs Up!, David Choe's hitchhiking adventures across America that he did for Vice Magazine's online broadcasting site Thumbs Up! went on hiatus halfway through the trip, but more episodes are coming down the pipe soon. Choe and his cousin, Harry Kim, start off the series by goofing off in the Los Angeles train yard for a bit, outlining their travel strategy (they'll take any form of transport, they just won't pay for any of it), and talking about how to avoid getting raped on the road. As evening approaches, they realize they need to figure out how to get going, but not before investigating evidence of human excretion and meeting a guide who relates his recent sexual conquest with a Klingon. It doesn't stop. {moscomment}

Hi-Fructose #5

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 09, 2007
The latest issue of Hi-Fructose is almost here. The new issue features Amy Sol on the cover (who we recently featured here on, art and an interview with James Jean, undisclosed locations of Mars-1, Lori Earley, and the ever curious bipeds of Travis Louie. There are multi-page exposés on Parskid, the Street installations of Mark Jenkins, Friends With You's Rainbow Valley, Josh Keyes, Designer Vinyl, and much more yet to be revealed. While you're at it, check out their blog. You probs already know this, but Hi-Fructose is co-run by Attaboy, and they've got a youtube post of his new animation series, "Too Many Robots." It's very stylish. {moscomment}


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