Pez in Action

Graffiti // Monday, April 09, 2012
Sticker fiend, Pez was caught in action rocking a Nike swoosh in his piece and wearing the appropriate kicks for the occasion.

Pez in London

Street Art // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The streets of Barcelona are littered with grinning sneaky fish, popping out in the strangest of places.  The artist responsible for these humorous little guys goes by the name Pez and is currently in London for an upcoming show at Tony’s gallery titled “Smiling Since 1999? that will open on April 6th.  He has managed to paint the following walls around town and more.

Pez Walls in Miami

Street Art // Monday, December 19, 2011
It is highly unlikely to travel to Barcelona and not notice the frantic, grinning fish painted by street artist, Pez.  They have found their way on to every surface possible.  This year, Pez’s fish made an appearance on numerous walls in Miami during all the painting frenzy, including a collaborative wall with Anthony Lister and Cope2.

Opening Photos: PEZ and Massan @ Beams-T in Japan

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Legendary San Francisco-based sticker and graffiti artist PEZ (featured in our December 2010 issue) and photographer Massan Fluker’s joint exhibition Snakes In The Grass opened this past weekend at Beams-T in Tokyo, Japan. The show consists of new artwork and zines by both PEZ and Massan as well as joint collaborations between the artists. Photos and more after the jump….

Adventures with PEZ in San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Legendary sticker and graffiti artist PEZ (featured in our December 2010 issue) recently invited us to join him and some of his fellow friends on a few adventures. Photos and more after the jump....

MQ x PEZ at SF Fine Art Fair

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 25, 2011
FIFTY24SF Gallery had two booths at the SF Fine Art Fair this past weekend in San Francisco, and they curated two legends of graffiti and stickers, MQ and PEZ, to create an installation wall and paint a van in front of the Fort Mason Center in SF.

PEZ "Louder Than Bombs" for FIFTY24SF x Noise Pop 2011

Graffiti // Wednesday, February 02, 2011
Tonight, Wednesday, February 2, in San Francisco, one of the last great indepedent music festivals, Noise Pop, opens its 2011 activites with an exhibition by San Francisco graffiti and sticker legend, PEZ. Showing in conjunction with FIFTY24SF Gallery, Louder Than Bombs features PEZ' iconic reworkings of album sleeve covers. More after the jump . . .

A Fusion of Photography and Movement—Interview with Gregory Bartning

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 03, 2011
"When I happened upon Gregory Bartning’s photography studio during San Francisco’s “Open Studios” event in the Lower Haight, my jaw literally dropped," writes Jasmine June Cabanaw. "Cliche, I know, but that was my physical response when I saw his stunning dance photography displayed on the studio walls. A dancer myself, I was baffled at how geometrically perfect the images were." Interview after the jump . . .

Back Talk—Brett Amory

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 29, 2010
We continue our Back Talks in conjunction with Thinkspace Gallery's upcoming There It Is exhibition featuring the work of Adam Caldwell, Seth Armstrong, and Brett Amory. Today, we speak with increasingly popular fine artist Brett Amory, who continues to have strong showings in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Back Talk after the jump . . .

Gorillaz and Artist Jamie Hewlett Give Away Free Album

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 27, 2010
Put this in the art rock category. Damon Albarn (of Blur origin) has been for so long considered to be the "face" of the animated Gorillaz group, that you forget the entire imagery of the band has been created by the talented Jamie Hewlett. Think about it: your parents probably know the work of Jamie Hewlett now, and chances are, unless they were very cool, they didn't know "Tank Girl." Hewlett and the Gorillaz team cap of a successful touring 2010 with a free album, "The Fall." Information after the jump . . .

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