"Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery—The Art

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 19, 2014
And finally, the art. We are so proud of all the artwork that is on exhibit in "Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine," open at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC through June 14, 2014. It blows our mind that we are now two decades old, but what is even more amazing are all the artists that have been in our pages over those years. Their works tell the story, create the chance to document alternative art narratives, bring out the fans, bring out the collectors, and keep the creative energy of Juxtapoz alive. Here, then, is all the art in "Art Truancy."

Art Truancy—20 Years of Cover Artists

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 30, 2014
On May 15, 2014, Juxtapoz and Jonathan LeVine Gallery will open "Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine," a group exhibition at both of LeVine's spaces at 557C West 23rd Street & 529 West 20th Street in Manhattan. The exhibition features a wide-range of cover artists and featured artists from over the past 20 years, and today we have a look at some of the covers from artists in the show. From Robert Williams to Grotesk, Mark Ryden to Swoon, here is a bit of a history lesson to catch up on, or reminisce over.

The Art of God Machine

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2012
Godmachine was born in Cardiff, South Wales, it was a difficult birth; his parents were in London at the time. He grew up on a steady diet of nothing...

Halloween Tip #2: Try and Dress Like A John Cebollero Painting

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 31, 2011
When we were thinking of some classic Halloween art today, we thought first of the fantastic subscriber cover of the 2009 Pushead Halloween Issue done by painter John Cebollero. We think if you can pull this costume-look off for Halloween, you have the rite of passage to be a grown up celebrating Halloween.

In Street Art: C215 in Barcelona

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 26, 2011
France-based street artist, C215 recently traveled to Barcelona and painted several vibrant stencils for the local Catalonians to enjoy. C215 is featured and interviewed by Pushead in this month's printed issue of Juxtapoz.

On Sale Now: Pushead Curated November 2011 Issue

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 14, 2011
As we announced on the site last week, our November 2011 issue was specially curated by a true icon, Pushead. This is the second time we have given Pushead the curatorial duties, and he selected Aaron Horkey to create an exclusive cover image for the November issue.

Announcing November 2011: The Pushead Issue with Aaron Horkey

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 07, 2011
Every few years, we like to get together with the legendary Pushead and let him take over an issue of Juxtapoz. This year, our November 2011 issue is curated by Pushead, featuring an exclusive colored cover and feature with Aaron Horkey. Pushead also gathers Ashley Wood, Aryz, Lango, C215, Astro, Danijel Zezelj, Phil Frost, and others for November. Exclusive looks after the jump . . .

Juxtapoz Viewer Army: Pushead @ Comic Con 2011

Juxtapoz // Sunday, July 24, 2011
A large group of selected ticket holders gather at the Toy Tokyo Booth for the unveiling of "Patchwerk". A number of vinyl figures hand painted by Pushead, there's never enough for the number of fans waiting patiently, but there was something for everyone in line and the fans with the higher numbers were able to bring something home.

Pushead for Comic Con 2011

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Pushead, who edited our October 2009 issue of Juxtapoz, will again be at San Diego Comic Con this week, with a special vinyl toy releases as well as books with the limited SKELETAL hardcover with giclee & silkscreened print, and SPARROW #15 with special limited SDCC 2011 bookplate, as well as limited giclee prints, and more.

A Look Back at Grind: The Graphics and Culture of Skateboarding

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 08, 2010
“Usually, skateboarding imagery means to communicate an I-Don’t-Care attitude yet, ironically, there is much hard labor, by designers and screenprinters, behind the creation and production of these images.” This quote is from an old program catalog we dug up in our offices of Grind: The Graphics and Culture of Skateboarding, exhibited way back in 1995 at the Huntington Beach Art Center.