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 juxtapoz.com), 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. www.hifructose.com 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. hifructose.livejournal.com. {moscomment}

David Choe @Facebook

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 08, 2007
David Choe has finished up his painting project at the Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, California. "2 different office buildings, all three floors including, stairs, elevators, bathrooms, in 9 days." Lots of nice photos of this project on his blog, davechoe.blogspot.com. {moscomment}

LCSV4 + James Jean

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 07, 2007
The Little Chimp Society just published their interview with "the Brad Pitt of illustration," James Jean. Talking points: the internets, Batgirl covers, melodrama, playing the trumpet, anatomical lithographs, marriage, his upcoming 2nd and 3rd books, and more. The interview is online here, www.thelittlechimpsociety.com. {moscomment}

Joy Ang

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 27, 2007
Alberta College of Art & Design graduate Joy Ang is largely (and openly) influenced by illustrator James Jean, but the beautiful collection of work on her web portfolio is all hers. As a commerical illustrator, she's produced work for Marvel, Capcom, and Nokia, but her development in the fine arts realm will surely be one to watch... and if that doesn't work out, she's a whiz at snow sculpture. Check out her giant snow pikachu in the "Random" section of her beautifully designed website, www.joyang.ca. {moscomment}

David Choe Prints

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 26, 2007
David Choe has some limited prints coming out! "I

David Choe

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Some great photos of the art and the opening reception of Gardeners of Eden, David Choe's solo show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City are up the gallery's website: www.jonathanlevinegallery.com. The show opened on January 6th and runs through February 3rd, 2007. {moscomment}

David Choe

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 04, 2006
Opening night photos from David Choe's solo show, Frice, now showing at Anno Domini in San Jose, CA. The show runs through November 25th. Photos by Mildred

Pencil Fight #3

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 29, 2006
Bwana Spoons' Pencil Fight #3 is finally here! This one is the "When Plants Attack" issue. The list of interviews and contributing artists to PF#3 includes: Carson Ellis, Mike Giant, Justin Williams, Brian Ralph, Justin Scrappers Morrison, David K Rose, Jessica Lynch, Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Maja D'aoust, Michael Brophy, Martin Ontiveros, Jo Jackson, Tim Biskup, Jilf, Craig Thompson, Dalek, Jeff Soto, Sarajo Frieden, Jon Burgerman, Abe Lincoln Jr., lauren gregg, Joseph bergin, James Jean, APAK, and David Wien. There's a release party tonight in Portland, OR at the Grass Hut Shop, where they are also hosting the First Annual Pencil Fight Championships. If you can't make it to the party, check your local zine/indie magazine store for a copy, or get one from their website: www.grasshutcorp.com {moscomment}

David Choe at BLVD

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 21, 2006
David Choe's solo show, !Come Me!, opened this past Friday, September 15th at BLVD gallery in Seattle, WA. Photos of the art and the opening night reception are on the gallery's website: The art is here, www.blvdart.com, and photos from the opening are here, www.blvdart.com {moscomment}

Kosuke Ikeda

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Based in Kyoto, Japan, artist Kosuke Ikeda draws intricate everyday scenes using only his gel ink ball point pen.


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