Graffiti // Thursday, September 19, 2013
Classic San Francisco truck when KUK were out tearing up everything in site. Sleaze Vic20 and Twister.
Juxtapoz // Monday, September 09, 2013
David Marc Grant, a 3rd generation San Francisco native, is a very rare bird indeed. He paints candy colored dystopian landscapes. Growing up in the Fog City in the 80s, he was happily exposed to genres of utopian science fiction and fantasy, the kind that inspired extreme spectacle and cautionary tales of environmental disaster. A student of the wild school of dichotomies, and of the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute, Grant’s humor and history influence his interest in fictitious world building...
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 06, 2013
111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco will be celebrating their 20th Anniversary with Last Gasp and a stellar group exhibition comprised of some of the finest artists who built their foundations in the San Francisco art community and whose profound influences flourishes in the Bay Area, across the nation and over seas. The exhibition and celebration will take place tonight, Friday, September 6th at 5pm and will inlcude original works by a plethora of fantastic artists, many of whom have graced our covers, been featured in the magazine, and have long been part of the Juxtapoz family and community: Ron English, Jeremy Fish, Sam Flores, Doze Green, Don Ed Hardy, Jay Howell, Jason Jagel, Josh Keyes, Ferris Plock, Rich Powell, Mark Ryden, Oliver Vernon, Robert Williams, and many more!
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 06, 2013
In conjunction with her special exhibition at the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, Camille Rose Garcia will be leading the second of three workshops on Saturday, September 14th. This particular workshop will focus on her unique style and use of bold color and is designed for participants who are developing or professional artists. Following her workshop, Camille will be live sketching outdoors using live animals as references...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 05, 2013
I think we call this a quickie. Dave Kinsey will have a two day show, opening today, Thursday, September 5, at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco. The show will feature a small selection of canvas paintings surrounded by 30 smaller 8” x 10” black and white chipboard paintings and a selection of rarely produced handcrafted wooden sculptures.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Rachel Znerold is the most excellent tap-dancing, high-kicker you will see in the Mission District of San Francisco. This Colorado native came to the city by the bay via New Zealand and Mexico, painting, teaching, performing, and sewing her way in to the hearts and souls of the vibrant local art scene she now calls home. “I make art for you to meditate with and blow kisses to. I make art and it's winking at you right now and wants you to take it home with you.”
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 28, 2013
San Francisco-based artist Steven Chapman surveys teh relationships people have with their own self-image within the overarching context of modern media. He uses the same visual formatting found in cinematic compositions, Photoshop, Social network tagging, among various other visual tropes, he bares the conforming influence that pervades everyday life.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Juxtapoz was again, for the third year, at the annual Outside Lands Music and Art Festival held in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, where we curated the art portion of the event. Mike Shine, Dennis McNett, and Camille Rose Garcia all created fantastic site-specific installations! Some of the weekend's acts stopped by to say hi and we met up with Jurrasic 5, Foals, Surfer Blood, Cherub, Atlas Genius, Milo Greene, The Head and the Heart, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down, Dillon Francis, and more to talk album artwork, music videos, Paul McCartney not breaking a sweat, and the fog.
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 09, 2013
San Francisco-based artist Travis Collinson's process involves taking elements of photographs and sketches and reinterpreting them at a larger scale in his paintings. Influenced by classical painting and minimal abstraction, Collinson work plays with perspective and distortion in an effective and interesting way.
Street Art // Monday, July 22, 2013
Nychos just completed a ferocious 6-story high tiger, with its bone structure exposed and body parts severed in San Francisco. This was the first time the Vienna-based artist has painted a mural in SF and he made sure it was loud and made a lasting impression. If you would like to go see it in person, head down to Geary St. between Jones and Taylor.