Soviet Anti-Alcohol Posters from the 1920s—60s

Design // Wednesday, May 07, 2014
The Soviets were really good at making poster art in the form of propaganda, so good that even the most horrible messages had a begrudgingly nice look. But we have to say, when the Soviet graphic artists wanted to tackle anti-alcohol subjects, they make it damn effective.

Stunning Paintings by China's Zhang Linhai

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 26, 2013
Chinese-based artist Zhang Linhai's paintings are surreal but politically charged pieces of art that take the anonymous, homogenous character and places them in either isolation or repetitive masses. The result is an unblinding support for an ominous power.

Education for Citzenship by Escif

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 27, 2012
Over the last couple day many student protesters were violently repressed by police in Escif’s hometown of Valencia, Spain. Students were protesting an announcement made by the President of the region that spoke of large education cuts. Escif takes the not so subtle approach in this piece titled “Education for Citzenship.”

Bank of America ATMs Into Truth Machines in SF

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 15, 2012
This weekend in San Francisco, RAN activists went around to each Bank of America ATM and transformed them into "Automated Truth Machines." As we read in several posts, the activists used non-adhesive stickers designed to look exactly like BoA’s ATM welcome screen. Check what they read after the jump . . .

Stanley Donwood for the Occupy Movement

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 21, 2011
Stanley Donwood, famous for both his fine artwork, posters for the Glastonbury Festival, and album art for Radiohead, has created a poster/flyer for the Occupy Movement, for which you can "blow up, paste, copy, pass on, and do whatever with." Makes it easier for those of us with limited poster-making skills.

Occupy George

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
During times of reform and heated political battles creative individuals often come to the forefront to lead with innovate grass-roots campaigns. With the election of President Obama we saw Shepard Fairey, in the 1960's we saw Emory Douglas, today we have "Occupy George". More after the jump . . .

Saber "#OccupyFlag" Project and Video

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 17, 2011
Los Angeles-based Saber has long been an artist who is concerned with various politcal causes, and the Occupy Wall Street movement has inspired him to create the #OccupyFlag project. Saber organized a huge American Flag broken into 64 individual protest signs laid on the South East lawn of City Hall in LA.

In Street Art: The Big IOU/USA

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 13, 2011
"IOU/USA is a temporary public monument for Memorial Hill Park designed by artist John Salvest. Towering over visitors at a height of almost seven stories, IOU/USA is comprised of 105 multi-colored steel shipping containers, stacked seven high and fifteen across." Located in Kansas City, designed to reflect upon the current state of affairs . . .

Escif: "Beautiful drawings can remain, but strange words must be buffed"

Street Art // Tuesday, April 26, 2011
February 2011 cover artist, Escif, noticed something interesting in his hometown of Valencia, Spain recently in regards to two of his newest street pieces: his pieces had been buffed, not in full, but just his single word text was covered. . .

How Ron English Spent his April Fool's Day

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 04, 2011
Ron English always has a bit of wit and political satire in his work that makes it capable of a bit of April Fool's Day joke. We know we are about 3 days late on this, but Ron went to the US-Mexico border somewhere and placed a few very politically astute pieces. Looks of the work after the jump . . .
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