Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Sometimes you see a series of paintings and just get stuck in a moment of awe. Korean artist, Kim Hyo-Suk, created this incredible series of acrylic paintings, My Floating City, with each painting sizing at around 6-feet x 7-feet.
Graffiti // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
David Lyle is a Japan-born, New York-based painter, who uses a reductive process to create works from vintage found photographs from the ‘50s and ‘60s. The artist re-imagines the photographs combining contemporary cultural elements that often add humor and irony to the subject. These two new pieces reference graffiti and are appropriately titled “The Dealer” and “The Snitch.”
Erotica // Thursday, December 20, 2012
JKB Fletcher is a working artist from the UK, living in Melbourne, Australia. "My hopes are for Australia to provide a new cultural influence to my work and a maturity only developed through experience. My paintings address questions of whether photorealism or hyperrealism is anything more than a photograph with oil based paint. Using ‘reality’ and sensuality, Surface, texture, contrast and form to provoke thoughts and sensations of physicality and beauty" he states.
Illustration // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Leo Eguiarte is a Los Angeles-based painter, illustrator and a graduate of the Art Center College of Design. Here are a series of images by Leo that he has created using mixed media on circuit panels. The result is a future forward, painted illustration that we are still trying to wrap our heads around...
Juxtapoz // Monday, April 11, 2011
There is just something off here, but in a good way. Paco Pomet's slightly off, eerie scenarios look as if, at times, they could be portraits from a 1950's sci-fi film set, with added bizarre elements. The Granada-born artist does in fact base his paintings off of old photographs, but it is his additions that make them interesting. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 30, 2011
We just stumbled across the photorealist paintings of Steven Albert, and as they were containing street shots of San Francisco, incorporating local graffiti and local businesses, we did some more research and found more of his body of work. More looks after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 07, 2011
Richard Heller Gallery will be hosting a new show featuring collaborative works by Rachell Sumpter and Jacob Magraw-Mickelson titled Memory Palace. The duo, going under the name Sumpter & Magraw-Mickelson, having created dense paintings and drawings, mostly using gouache and pastels. See the work after the jump . . .