Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Andrew Edlin Gallery is excited to announce a retrospective of drawings by Victor Moscoso, one of the pre-eminent graphic artists of the 20th century, and widely renowned for his 1960s psychedelic posters and comics. The gallery will publish a 96-page catalog to accompany the exhibition. The artist will attend the opening reception. If you don't know from the past few years of reading Juxtapoz (actually try 21 years!) Victor played a major role in Zap Comix (featured in the March 2015 issue), and was the cover artist of our special feature on San Francisco psychedelic poster art in March 2014.
Design // Thursday, February 12, 2015
One of the most well-known, influential, and transcedent artists of post-war Japan, Tadanori Yokoo has one of the best styles of psychedelic, meets graphic design, meets poster art, meets traditional printmaking you will ever see. He has had numerous retrospectives over the years, and recently was shown at the Iwate Museum of Art in Morioka, Japan.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Skarstedt London is delighted to announce its forthcoming exhibition of seminal early works by American artist Barbara Kruger( Juxtapoz cover artist, November 2010).. The exhibition features Kruger’s large-scale black and white photographs, overlaid with provocative captions in bold Futura type. This group of works, selected from the 1980s, examines the cultural constructions of power, identity and sexuality through their juxtaposition of text and imagery.
Design // Thursday, January 22, 2015
In 1967 – 1968, a small group of immensely talented people in the San Francisco Bay Area came together to form a short-lived but highly inventive poster and notecard company, East Totem West. It’s founder, Joseph McHugh, took the poster — heretofore used primarily as a travel enticement or concert announcement to a new, revolutionary place: the poster as art.
Design // Friday, January 09, 2015
We're going to the moon!!! Or, some really far-off distant planet! NASA, probably just sitting around their offices really bored about looking into space around the holidays, have created "vintage" style travel posters for 3 newly discovered planets, including the ever-popular Kepler-16b. As the Guardian notes, "(The posters) created by the space agency’s visual strategists Joby Harris, David Delgado and Dan Goods, the posters feature art-deco typography, bold colours and classic design, evocative of the golden age of travel."
Juxtapoz // Friday, December 12, 2014
Allouche Gallery is pleased to present, PAUL INSECT: 2033, Original Works Created in 2014, on December 13. The former Juxtapoz cover artist is known for his unique and individual sharp-edged images, which draws from the absurdism of Dada and is combined with the sleekness of modernism, yielding surreal renderings that point playfully at the deep dark underbelly of adult life.
Design // Thursday, December 04, 2014
Kazumasa Nagai, a graphic designer born in 1929, is recognized and celebrated throughout the world for his computer based and very colorful designs. Recently a large exhibition was held featuring an impressive 475 posters that Nagai has created over his 57-year career.
Design // Monday, November 03, 2014
Anthony Burrill, who was the featured design artist in a recent issue of our print edition, is working on a new poster series project with Banana & Associates entitled "Innocent Targets." From their site, Innocent Targets is a reminder of the thousands of lives lost to the deadly gun culture in America and a call-to-action to help us put an end to it.
Design // Thursday, September 25, 2014
Reel Art Press will be releasing a magnificent volume celebrating the first 100 years of black film poster art this month. A visual feast, these images recount the diverse and historic journey of the black film industry from the earliest days of Hollywood to present day. Accompanied by insightful accompanying text, a foreword by black history authority and renowned academic...
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 22, 2014
The National Poster Retrospecticus, a traveling show of more than 300 hand-printed event posters from over 100 of the most prominent poster designers in the USA, will be making a stop at Cotton Candy Machine in Brooklyn, New York this Saturday, August 23rd at 6pm.