Miami Grafitti: Street Art Exhibit, Installation & Book Signing

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 10, 2009
Rapidly becoming one of the United States' top graffiti destinations, Miami, Florida is home to a deep well of talented artists driven by a fiercely competitive graffiti scene.  Miami’s profile has risen thanks to the city’s role as host to the famed "Art Basel" and most recently "Primary Flight.” “Primary Flight” is the internationally acclaimed, site-specific, street level mural installation that takes place during Art Basel. Artists that have graced the Primary Flight walls include Crome, MSG, Typoe as well as Blek Le Rat, Retna, El Mac, David Choe, Revok and many others.

The 1333 Minna Fall Artist Collection Release and Show

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 09, 2009
Reyes just shot us over news on the upcoming release of The 1333 Minna Fall Artist Collection show. Considering the featured artists include the likes of Reyes, Steel, The Grime, Amandalynn, Lango, Bet Krak, Retna, Yutaro, Belsky, and Norm, this should be quite a party.

Opening Night Gala at Corey Helford for Debut of Sylvia Ji's "Haute Epoch"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 16, 2009
Returning to LA’s Corey Helford Gallery for her second solo show, Haute Epoch, the highly collected Sylvia Ji (Juxtapoz #80) continued her upward trajectory in the mastery of capturing a darker side of the beautiful and the sublime. Ji’s visual elixir of life and death attracted a plethora of fans to the opening night festivities, which included a video presentation by filmmaker Phill Schwartz (shown above next to the artist). The effect was a stunning sensory exploration of Ji’s work. Continue that exploration with us in gorgeous event photos here…

"Memento Mori" by Mac x Retna

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2009
Mac just sent us some flicks of his brand new collaboration with Retna (Juxtapoz #78). The artist tells us, “This is a mural Retna and I just painted in Los Angeles called Memento Mori. This is a Latin phrase meaning ‘be mindful of death’ and can be translated as ‘remember that you are mortal’ or ‘remember that you must die. That could seem a little grim, but the point is really to encourage us to properly value and make the most of our time here.” Word. 

Scion Installation Five: Self-Portraits To Come to Minneapolis

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Scion’s Installation 5 Art Tour will arrive in Minneapolis, MN on April 3rd on the heels of a successful tour stop in Phoenix, AZ. The opening reception will take place April 3rd from 7pm – 11pm at Rogue Buddha Gallery (owned by Nicholas Harper who is one of Installation’s featured artists). Artists J.Shea, Codak and Eye One will be in attendance along with music provided by DJs Jonathan Ackerman and Millions Billions.  

RETNA Designs New Album Cover for "The Carter Family Reunion"

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 23, 2009
RETNA (Juxtapoz #78) just designed this album cover with Mike Reese for Houston based, now LA residing hip hop artist Carter on his new album, The Carter Family Reunion. Sick. RETNA just never stops. See more form RETNA at

RETNA Gets Up in Venice

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 19, 2009
The ever-busy RETNA (Juxtapoz #78) got a new mural up on Brooks and Pacific in Venice Beach in sunny Southern California. Not surprisingly, a small crowd gathered to watch the master at work.   

MSK X AWR: Send Lawyers, Guns, & Money Video

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 06, 2009
Augor, Aloy, Bert Krak, Dame, Ewok, Jersey Joe (Rime), Krush, Norm, Pose, Risk, Retna, Revok, Saber, Tyke (The Witness) and Zeser all got together for a dope showing of their studio work in an exhibit titled Send Lawyers, Guns, & Money at Canvas in Los Angeles. As predicted, the night cranked out a massive showing of fans, which many of the artists chatted, tagged, and hung out with. See it all go down in this video of the opening evening, and then peep the real artwork, on display now through the month.

Opening Night Insanity: Send Lawyers, Guns, & Money: AWR MSK Group Show

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2009
In case you didn’t make it out to the opening of the AWR / MSK group exhibit Send Lawyers, Guns, & Money this weekend at Canvas in Los Angeles, you missed out on a stellar night. No, make that an insane night, as crowds lined the block, eager for a chance to see the latest studio work from some of our favorite graffiti artists from The Seventh Letter, AWR, and MSK including featuring original works from Augor, Aloy, Bert Krak, Dame, Ewok, Jersey Joe (Rime), Krush, Norm, Pose, Risk, Retna, Revok, Saber, Tyke (The Witness) Zeser, and more. See the night’s debauchery documented in photos over here…   

Back Talk with REVOK

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 24, 2009
REVOK may seem intimidating, but one look at this hilarious photo and it’s clear that (1) REVOK is awesome (2) he’s a sweetheart and (3) you need to learn more about him.   Naturally we anticipated your desire to get to know one of the most elusive, famed, and respected graffiti artists the world has to offer, so we got him to share his dirty lil secrets by answering our Back Talk Questions.   Okay, not all his secrets are dirty, but he does spill details about how he dodged getting caught by LA’s finest while working on a piece one crazy night. See what we’re talking about by reading Back Talk with REVOK below.


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