"Liberty" by Tristan Eaton in Little Italy, New York

Street Art // Saturday, October 12, 2013
Participating in the L.I.S.A. Project, Tristan Eaton painted this new piece entitled “Liberty” in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York. The statue of Liberty has never looked so vibrant and attractive! Go check it out in person on Mulberry St, between Broome and Canal in New York. 

Update: Quilled Paper Sculptures by Lisa Nilsson

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Lisa Nilsson constructed these incredible anatomical sculptures using a technique called quilling or paper filigree. By rolling and shaping narrow strips of Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books, the artist has created "densely squished and lovely internal landscape of the human body in cross section." Update: She will be opening a new exhibition at Pavel Zoubok Gallery in NYC this Thursday, October 10th, 2013.

Drawings by Samuel Gomez

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 08, 2013
New York City-based artist Samuel Gomez creates large-scale graphite and ink drawings in a surreal-steampunk style. Drafting his narratives into worlds made of highly elaborated machine-like entanglements, Gomez's pieces are incredibly detailed and look to comment on the negative effects of corporations and capitalism.

Zoe Strauss: 10 Years @ Intl Center of Photography, NY

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 07, 2013
'For a decade, Philadelphia photographer Zoe Strauss showed her phots once a year beneath an I-95 highway overpass in South Philadelphia. In these annual one-day exhibitions, Strauss mounted her color photographs to the concrete bridge supports and viewers could buy photocopies for $5. The self-taught photographer and political activist is currently having a mid-career retrospective at the ICP in New York.'

The Work of Chitra Ganesh

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 07, 2013
A recipient of the 2012 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship and a scholar of literature, art semiotics, painting, and sculpture, Brooklyn-based artist Chitra Ganesh is certainly no stranger to the art world and understandably so. Her incredible installations, drawings, digital and painting-based collages look to excavate and circulate buried narratives typically excluded from official canons of history, literature, and art.

Matchstick and Other Sculptures by Oakes Oakes

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Twin brothers Ryan and Trevor Oakes (aka Oakes Oakes) create sculptures out of everyday items such as matchstick, pipe cleaners, and cardboard. Starting with a ring of matches on a flat surface, the duo slowly stacked more and found that instead of emerging into a dome, the space between the match heads caused a sea-shell like spiral!

Illustrations by Monica Ramos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
We love these illustrations by Brooklyn-based artist Monica Ramos. Monica was born and raised in the Philippines and graduated from Parsons in 2012 her work has been featured in The New York Times, Lucky Peach, Pulp Magazine, Rookie Mag and Oh Comely!

Dceve remembers New York graffiti icons in custom postcard

Graffiti // Monday, September 23, 2013
DCV (Dceve) paints his own custom postcard on this side of a white van paying tribute to Keith Haring, Basquiat and Dondi, three New York legends that made their names first in the streetst. 

Shaina Craft's 'Experiments in Flesh'

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 16, 2013
New York-based artist and soon-to-be MFA graduate of The New York Academy of Art 'explores the human face and the mental condition of her subjects." The primarily figurative work reflects and obsession with the human form. Her large oil paintings are glazed with many layers of sheer color, creating a luminous effect.

The Work of Ruth Marten

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 10, 2013
We've posted the work of New York-based artist Ruth Marten before, the dubious accuracy of her drawings on antique etchings always impresses us. Taking these etchings, often of scientific subjects, Marten transforms the imagery into something fantastic and often perverse! 

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