Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 07, 2015
In celebration of their 10 Year Anniversary, our friends at Mollusk will be celebrating with their largest group show yet featuring your usual Mollusk characters (and many Juxtapoz favorites) from across the years: Jeff Canham, Nat Russell, Geoff McFetridge, Thomas Campbell, Johanna St.Clair, Serena Mitnik-Miller, Peter McBride, Schuyler Beecroft, Jay Nelson, Rachel Kaye, Kyle Field, Alex Kopps, Kanoa Zimmerman, Will Adler, Dave Muller, Luke Bartels, Joe Curren, Andy Davis, and John McCambridge.
Travel Insider // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Nathaniel Russell’s art is witty and effortlessly insightful, and is beloved by all of us at Jux as well as brands like Vans and Mollusk Surf Shop. He also makes some great music under the name Birds of America. An unabashed proponent of a new creative wave in Indianapolis, you couldn’t find a better tour guide that Mr. Russell, a significant contributor to the emerging rad vibes around town.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 05, 2014
On March 13th & 14th, in Austin, Texas, Juxtapoz and Brixton are pleased to collaborate on a special musical showcase, "Sight & Sound," at the Yellow Jacket Social Club. The showcase features two huge line-ups including the newly reformed Coachwhips, Reigning Sound, Fresh & Onlys, Natural Child, Together Pangea, Drowing Men and more. If you find yourself at the Yellow Jacket, Juxtapoz will be releasing two special t-shirts by Grotesk and Nat Russell, available only in Austin (for the time-being).
Juxtapoz // Friday, February 28, 2014
As the world of arts and entertainment begin to descend to the Southwest in a few weeks, we have a few plans going on ourselves. On March 13th & 14th, in Austin, Texas, Juxtapoz and Brixton are pleased to collaborate on a special musical showcase, "Sight & Sound," at the Yellow Jacket Social Club, featuring two huge line-ups including the newly reformed Coachwhips, Reigning Sound, Fresh & Onlys, Natural Child, Together Pangea, Drowing Men and more.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 31, 2013
This past April in our print edition, we featured the paintings and works of Indianapolis-based Nathaniel Russell. We have always loved his fake flyer and book series, but now we love seeing his newest body of work... taking his painting style and creating wood cutout pieces from them. Or of them. From them of them. You get it. The pieces now reside in the garden of Service Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Russell notes that he would like to "make a lot more of these until I am dead." Hey we got Halloween in there!
Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 19, 2013
We can't wait for this. Mollusk Surf Shop is taking their fantastic aesthetic down to Big Sur for a Big Sur Jamboree, a weekend of music, art, camping, probably a campfire, and a renewed sense that you need to read more. The Mollusk Big Sur Jamoboree will take place September 27-28, 2013, and with the help of (((folkYEAH!))), will present musical acts Vetiver, Beachwood Sparks, a Cass McCombs super group, Little Wings, and many more....
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Last month, or better known as the April 2013 issue, we featured one of our favorite artists, Indianapolis-based Nathaniel Russell. One of our favorite parts of the robust body of work from Russell are his flyers and "Lost and Found" pieces, where both humor and a WTF that was amazing moment combine into something far more witty than an average flyer. Needles and Pens in SF has compiled many of these pieces in a 'zine, Public Notice.
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 01, 2013
Yes, it was a quick month (no Leap Year here), and we are here again to announce another new issue of Juxtapoz. In our April 2013 issue, we are proud to feature legendary fine artist Ralph Steadman and his longtime collaborations with friend Hunter S. Thompson. With contributions from former Rolling Stone editor, Ben Fong-Torres, X-Files creator Chris Carter, and Jux writer Nathan Spoor, we are proud to help usher in a year of celebrating one of the most iconic artists of our times, Mr Ralph Steadman.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
This past March, we checked out the solo show of one Nat Russell at Mollusk Surf Shop in San Francisco, sans camera. That was not smart. Now on the eve of Russell's showing at Ed. Varie in NYC, we wanted to showcase some of the works of the Indianapolis-based artist. With wit and abstract graphic elements, his new show will feature large scale paintings, watercolor, and silk-screen works on paper, a multi-dimensional installation, and fine art lithography prints.