The Brain Snap App

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
San Francisco based artist, designer, illustrator and all around creative dude Patrick Sean GIbson has just launched an App, Brain Snap. Reminiscent of the opening title sequence to Saved By The Bell, Brain Snap is a photo-based app featuring insane characters, florescent hallucinations, and bizarre freak scene illustrations, all created by Gibson.

Work by Thomas Demand

Juxtapoz // Sunday, July 15, 2012
Although Thomas Demand's works are presented as photographs, he is not a photographer in a traditional sense. Rather he is a conceptual artist utilizing the photographic process within the framework of his productions.

Alex Pardee's WayCooler App

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 14, 2012
Alex Pardee, who will be curating the Juxtapoz Halloween 2012 issue this year, wants you to have the opportunity to make everything WayCooler. That is why he has a new free app, WayCooler, so you can use your imagination and make everything in the world just a little be waycooler. 

Digital Erotica by Javier Gonzalez Pacheco

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 14, 2012
Javier Gonzalez Pacheco is a skilled erotic artist out of Barcelona who incorporates abstracted elements, geometric shapes and splashes of color to accentuate his sexy feminine portraits. The ladies he portrays in his works are undoubtedly sexy, whether alone or with their feminine counterparts. Javier is influenced by expressionist painting, as that style is visible in his digital works.

Innovative Street Art by Jilly Ballistic

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
Jilly Ballistic's recent, digitally inspired series of street and subway pieces caught our eye. These sardonic pop-up windows and drop tabs deflate the advertisements and make us laugh where we would have previously groaned. Thank you Jilly Ballistic. These make us smile.

Digital Erotica by Aykut Aydogdu

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
Aykut Aydogdu is an illustrator and designer with a distinctive, seductive and realistic style to his digital drawings. He is based out of Ankara, Turkey and his sultry, playful and mysterious girls reflect his talent for his craft.

Hilary Pecis "In Accordance" @ Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 10, 2012
San Francisco-based Hilary Pecis, who we featured in our May 2011 issue, has a new exhibition, In Accordance, up at Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton through July 17. We have championed Pecis' work in the past because we feel it represents a traditional painters embrace of new media and technology, as she researches and culls hundreds of Internet images on a particular concept and creates a canvas based on those findings.

Felix Hayes & Ben West's Google Book

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 09, 2012
Let's face it, Google is our dictionary, our library, our research database, and our go to for just about anything from recipes to driving directions. Who uses encyclopedias anymore? A physical dictionary? Not us. It is a bit sad that these objects are becoming obsolete, but so it goes (to quote Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five).

Paintings for a Blind Man: The Work of Roy Nachum

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
This past week, as we would walk back to our hotel on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, we were struck by a billboard that featured a gorilla roar juxtaposed (hey-o) with a little girl screaming. It was remarkably striking, and one of the reasons we loved it was that we knew it was the work of fine artist, Roy Nachum, who just wrapped up a solo show in NYC at Joseph Nahmad. What makes it even more remarkable is that the work is layered with Braille.

"Quantum Blink” by Isabel M. Martínez

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 21, 2012
From Isabel M. Martinez, creator of the photography series, Quantum Blink: "The photographs in Quantum Blink are composed of two exposures taken instants apart. The striped pattern is the result of masks placed in-camera, this feature allows me to blend two images together and at the same time keep them from fully fusing onto one another."

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