Portrait from Hannah Schuster

Erotica // Sunday, July 22, 2012
We really like this mysterious portrait done by San Francisco based photographer Hannah Cecilia Schuster. Hannah's colors and exposure are really unique and come together to create a fascinating and captivating piece of work.

Reminder: Mike Giant @ Fecal Face, SF

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 20, 2012
Mike Giant, cover of our September 2007 issue and contributing writer on occasion, has a new solo show, Confessions of an Old Dirty Skateboarder, opening at Fecal Face Dot Gallery tonight, Friday, July 20. We will be heading out to the opening, as it will be a great chance to catch Giant's recent drawings and also a "rare opportunity to view Giant's personal collection of skateboards he illustrated the graphics for."

ESTABLISH Opens Tonight In San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 20, 2012
ESTABLISH, a creatively cultivated art boutique, is proud to announce their official grand opening and celebratory shindig on the evening of July 20th, 2012. Along with tasty treats, music and mingling, the night will showcase a community art project: #sunset – a collection of printed Instagram photos from the surrounding neighborhood.

Kevin Parry's Disorienting Animations of SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Kevin Parry produced a series of dizzying animations in and around the city of San Francisco recently while working on a music video for Kalle Mattson (shot by Andrea Nesbitt). The animations provide high-speed depictions of iconic San Francisco spaces including Ocean Beach, the Golden Gate Bridge, Market Street, Union Square, and several others.

'Lightning Appears For A Clear Sky' at The Popular Workshop

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
The Popular Workshop is proud to present “Lightning Appears For A Clear Sky”, the first major American exhibition of Stockholm-based photographers Thobias Fäldt and Klara Källström. Noted as representatives of an emerging generation of European photographers, the artists and their collective works exist not only within a traditional realm of fine art, but also explore photojournalism, editorial, publishing and commercial art.

Preview: Mike Giant "Confessions of an Old Dirty Skateboarder" @ Fecal Face, SF

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Mike Giant, cover of our September 2007 issue and contributing writer on occasion, has a new solo show, Confessions of an Old Dirty Skateboarder, opening at Fecal Face Dot Gallery on Friday, July 20. We will be heading out to the opening, as it will be a great chance to catch Giant's recent drawings and also a "rare opportunity to view Giant's personal collection of skateboards he illustrated the graphics for."

The Brain Snap App

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
San Francisco based artist, designer, illustrator and all around creative dude Patrick Sean GIbson has just launched an App, Brain Snap. Reminiscent of the opening title sequence to Saved By The Bell, Brain Snap is a photo-based app featuring insane characters, florescent hallucinations, and bizarre freak scene illustrations, all created by Gibson.

Painting from Grime

Tattoo // Monday, July 16, 2012
Tattoo artist Grime does not just work his magic with ink, but also with paint too. Born in Colorado and currently working out of SF, Grime is one talented dude and we are always stoked to see his new work.

Nick Mann's Modern Folk

Illustration // Sunday, July 15, 2012
'Nick Mann (aka Doodles) is San Francisco based illustrator and street artist who's eye grabbing work can be simply described as modern day folk art (only it's not that simple). His creations are a complicated combination of delicately wheat-pasted pieces of paper, gritty spray paint, and eerie neon nordic creatures...'

Preview: Jeremy Fish "Where Hearts Get Left" @ FIFY24SF Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
Last week, we headed over to Jeremy Fish's San Francisco studio to check out all the new work he was preparing for his exhibition, Where Hearts Get Left, opening Saturday, July 14, at FIFTY24SF Gallery. The show, featuring new paintings, sculptures, drawings, a new book, and a six screenprints, is all built around the concept of "a visual love letter to San Francisco," where Fish noted, "I am begging her to not become a sterile West Coast Manhattan any time soon. What are the constants? What are the things I will always love about SF no matter what happens?”

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