Twisted Photography by Nicolas Kennedy Sitton

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 20, 2011
There are plenty of photographers that know how to manipulate and shift perceptions and images, but we really like how Nicolas Kennedy Sitton has applied this method to photos of our hometown, San Francisco. There is an authentic rhythm to the distortion, and it brings some of the awkward angles of SF to a surreal place.

In Erotica: Time Travel by Davis Ayer

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 15, 2011
Brilliantly exposed and projected vintage images on the naked human form. Davis Ayer creates new symbolism in the blending of photographic landscapes, cityscapes and images using the body as the carrier and the screen. Ayer is a photographer out of Austin, TX USA.

Photography by Sonia and Mark Whitesnow

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 14, 2011
What we know is that husband-wife photography duo, Sonia and Mark Whitesnow, are based in Kirov, Russia. We know they create conceptual series using a very clean backdrop and mostly female models. And this image in particular was a striking stop-you-in-your-tracks moment this morning.

Layering Photo Prints with M Bulford

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 14, 2011
You can find some really interesting, well-done projects with photo layering, but this particular project, Stratum, done by M. Bulford, is one of the best we have seen in quite a bit. Bulford says the work is, "Playing with the layering of photo prints in an attempt to achieve a dermal effect." More after the jump . . .

Corey Arnold: Fishing With My Dad 1978-1995 at Ampersand Gallery, Portland

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Corey Arnold, the cover of our Juxtapoz Photography book and well-known photographer of various fishing boats and regions of the world, will open a special exhibition, Fishing With My Dad 1978-1995, featuring photographs by his father, Chris, at Ampersand Gallery and Fine Art Books in Portland on Saturday, October 15.

Photography and Illustration Fused: Diego Indraccolo and Pok U Chan

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Photographer Diego Indracollo and illustrator Pok U Chan teamed up for this interesting and provocative collaboration for Schon! Magazine recently. Some collabs are better than others, as is proved here. The art direction was done by Kay Korsh, with beautiful results.

Entertaining Works by Andrew B. Myers

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 08, 2011
Andrew B. Myers' work uses simple everyday observations to make clever cracks at habits and annoyances we can all relate to. His work focuses on the everyday, but seems to encompass the general humor of human behavior with these beautifully minimal works. Here we have a selection of his works from the later part of this year.

Filip Dujardin

Street Art // Friday, October 07, 2011
We wish that some of the fictional structures created by Belgian photographer, Filip Dujardin actually were constructed and existed.  The artist combines multiples photographs to create his unusual and often structurally impossible buildings.

In Graffiti: Witty Angle

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 06, 2011
We love when the photograph puts the piece into perspective. Ripo gets witty with his words.  

Photography by Luke Byrnes

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Luke Byrne's photography captures his friends and their young delinquent ways with a sense of beauty and grace, capturing light and form in a way that investigates not so much what they are doing, but more the beauty of being young and reckless.


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