Graffiti // Friday, February 22, 2013
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Vox.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 12, 2013
As the March 2013 issue hits newsstands this week, we are very pleased to give you an inside look at the features and content in the magazine this month. Not only do we get brought into the riddle-filled world of Mike Shine and his new Flotsam's Harvest exhibition opening in SF this March, we catch up with Curtis Kulig, Pat Perry, Peter Sutherland, Victor Castillo, Caitlin Hackett, Mary Iverson, Hamburger Eyes, Jean-Pierre Roy, and Daehyun Kim.
Juxtapoz // Monday, February 04, 2013
Today, Juxtapoz is proud to announce our March 2013 cover with a special image created by Mike Shine with help from students at Independence High School in San Francisco. Juxtapoz headed down to the high school to watch the process of the stenciled cover, and today we have a behind the scenes video showing the making of the cover. Stay tuned for a full issue preview later this week...
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 07, 2013
Today, we announce our February 2013 issue, featuring our old friend James Jean, who is set to open a new body of work at Jack Tilton Gallery in NYC on January 9, 2013. February 2013 also features our very special (and limited edition cover, more on that tomorrow) project with famed artist Matthew Barney and skateboard legend Lance Mountain. We document Mountain's ride on a Barney-designed skate deck (part of the Drawing Restraint 19 series), at the Ride It Sculpture Park in Detroit as part of Juxtapoz ongoing collaboration with Power House Productions.
Juxtapoz // Monday, December 03, 2012
January 2013 sees Juxtapoz announcing two special features: First, we announce our redesigned layout, a refresh to kickstart the new 2013 year. Second, we asked Spanish muralist and fine artist, ARYZ, to create cover artwork for us to launch the new year with. And here it is...
Tattoo // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Th'Ink is an English blog project about tattoos, art, and culture founded by Alice Th'Ink. After noticing that much of tattoo media was geared towards a male audience, Alice began her blog as "a think tank for the inked generation." Now, Alice has just launched Th'Ink's first online magazine, Things and Ink, and here's the behind the scenes video from their first cover shoot. Enjoy!
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
The end of year brings us to our closing issue of 2012, and who better than London-based Conor Harrington to grace the cover for a second time (scoring at home, October 2008 was his first cover). We lean heavily on painters and fine artists this issue with pieces on Nicola Verlato, Futura, Julie Heffernan, Marco Mazzoni, Grady Gordon, and Gregory Euclide, plus conversations with Jen Stark, Bob Dob, and a photo essay from the heart of Johannesburg.
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 05, 2012
Funny to think, we are getting ourselves into the "end of the year" season, where we gear up for holidays and top-10 lists and reviews aplenty. And here we are, announcing our December 2012 cover artist, Conor Harrington. What a year the London-based Harrington has had: stand-out show, brilliant street works, all the while turning himself into quite the production house. Here is a look at the cover...
Juxtapoz // Monday, October 08, 2012
'Tis the season. No, we don't mean holiday cheer, we mean the Political Season, a time of undecideds, debates, and campaign trails. Juxtapoz is in a similar mood, and we brought legendary fine artist and political satirist Ron English to our November 2012 issue to have him curate our special examination of Politics & Art in 2012.
Juxtapoz // Monday, August 20, 2012
Everything that's right with the action-gore work of Boneface just might be the same things that make him perfectly wrong for any other creative endeavor. We love this work, and loved it so much that we featured it in the newest issue of Juxtapoz, our September 2012 issue. The titles of his humorously brutal illustrations, like 'Actionfu*kers' or 'Over My Dead Body' are so perfectly matched with the bloody, gruesome rendered narratives and comics he creates.