Juxtapoz // Monday, February 10, 2014
Juxtapoz is proud to announce the newest addition to our ongoing book series with Gingko Press, "Juxtapoz Psychedelic." The book serves as both a story of our magazine's origins and current state, with Psychedelic Art once again emerging as a fascinating and endlessly experimental genre. From classic names such as Alex Grey and Keiichi Tanaami to a new generation of universe expanders in Killian Eng and cover artist Andy Gillmore, Juxtapoz Psychedelic is one for the visionaries.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 05, 2014
All 2014 long, Juxtapoz will be looking back at our roots, celebrating our 20th year with a mixture of history and the contemporary. For the March 2014 issue, we look at how Juxtapoz was born out of 1960's Psychedelic experimentation, from the art and groundbreaking imagery created by some of San Francisco's finest poster artists...
Illustration // Monday, January 20, 2014
Illustrator Darion McCoy's distorted style of psychedelic, nouveau portraiture, that stems from his surrealist imagination has brought him recognition by the New York Society of Illustrators' -as winner of their most prestigious The Joyce Kitchell Award in 2010. Since then, his talents have continued to grow and develop.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 13, 2014
In the coming months, Juxtapoz' new book, Psychedelic, will be in bookstores worldwide and in our webstore, and today we take a look at the works of Uk-based illustrator Scott Balmer. Fans of this site may recognzie Balmer's more commercial illustration side, but it is his psychedelic, Yellow Submarine inspired works that made it into our book. Take a look...
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 13, 2014
In case you missed it, Erik Parker, featured in our April 2013 issue, had a show at Honor Fraser Gallery, New Magnetic Destiny, that just closed in Los Angeles. Today we take a look at some of the paintings and installations that were in the show, again demonstrating Parker's psychedelic twist on pop culture and collective imagery, which set with bright blasts of color, seem to fit wonderfully in Southern California.
Illustration // Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Gabe Gonzales studied at Art Center College Design in Pasadena, CA and graduated with Honors in 2010. He is currently living and working in Burbank, CA and creating these abstracted, psychedelic works with a heavy hand in both illustration and design. Love.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Story via ArtDaily, as we have embarked on a plane journey to Miami: Australian psychedelic artist Martin Sharp, a founder of the controversial Oz magazine who designed posters for the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, has died aged 71. His death on Sunday, after a long struggle against emphysema, was confirmed by artist and friend Garry Shead, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Judith Charles Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition of San Diego based artist, and past Juxtapoz featured artist, Kelsey Brookes. The exhibition, Better Living Through Chemistry, is Brookes' first solo show in New York and consists of entirely new work. From his background in molecular biology, Brookes has taken his knowledge of scientific images and expanded them into extremely intricate paintings that explore the mutability of human consciousness.
Music // Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Boards of Canada's newest LP, Tomorrow's Harvest, is one of our favorite albums of the year. If you are making a holiday wishlist, put this one on it. Neil Krug, who we have featured in the magazine in the past, shot the single artwork and video for the track, "Reach for the Dead," and if you feel like having a desert trip today, this is your chance.
Illustration // Thursday, September 12, 2013
Reigning from the equally bizarre entity that is Portland, Joseph Harmon is an artist and illustrator with an affinity for seizure-inducing narratives and compositions. His work depicts an array of strangely rendered characters in a palette of juicy pop colors and hues. Get weird with Joseph's work for awhile... you won't regret it.