Peter Burke's Mold Sculptures

Street Art // Tuesday, June 12, 2012
London born multi-disciplinary artist, Peter Burke, was trained as a jig and tool designer with Rolls Royce before becoming a full time artist. Burke uses his engineering skills to create his figurative sculptures from man-made materials. The moldings designs are to be industrially produced and repeated to reflect the use of industrial production methods.  His work has been exhibited internationally since 1973 and is included in many private collections.

Adult Swim x Juxtapoz: Kevin Kirkpatrick's Bust of Carl from Aqua Teen

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 11, 2012
One of the best parts about teaming up with Adult Swim on our very special July 2012 issue are the collaborations that came out of the months of work. One of our favorites was Kevin Kirkpatrick's amazing bust of Carl Brutananadilewski from Aqua Teen Hunger Force (aka, Aqua Something You Know Whatever). Remember, Kevin did the amazing Beavis and Butthead busts that were all over the web earlier this year...

"Floating" Wire Sculptures by David Oliveira

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 09, 2012
These wire sculptures appear to be, and I'm almost convinced they are, small ink drawings on top of photos of a gallery setting. No, these are actual wire sculptures that appear as if they are floating on the surface. But that is David Oliveira's intention; twist, turn, contort the wires to appear like drawing sculptures floating in the air.

Fiesa International Sand Sculpture Festival in Portugal

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 01, 2012
Every year the Fiesa International Sand Sculpture Festival takes place in Pêra, Algarve, Portugal bringing together the most talented sculptures from around the world to build a city-like installation. Using thirty-five thousand tons of sand to build with, the theme is ever changing ranging from Hollywood, discoveries, living world, and animal kingdom.

Flesh-eating zombie garden gnomes

Street Art // Wednesday, May 30, 2012
With recent headlines of a face-eating person in Florida, whose response to a police officers demand to stop was to look back with flesh in his mouth and grumble, face-eating gnomes seem all to timely.  Los Angeles-based couple, Chris Stever and Jane DeRosa, has created a series of gruesome zombie gnomes in grotesque scenarios.

Revs Sculpture

Graffiti // Saturday, May 26, 2012
Scattered metal lettering from the elusive and prolific New York artist, Revs.

Tornadoes of Garbage

Street Art // Friday, May 25, 2012
f Beijing-based artist, Wang Zhiyuan, creates towering tornado sculptures from hundreds of plastic containers discarded as trash.  The artist’s intent is to create something visually appealing while highlighting the prevalence of litter and pollution in his hometown of Beijing.  This particular outdoor piece is entitled Thrown to the Wind and is 36-feet high.

Emilio Rangel "Genealogía" @ Terreno Baldío, Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 24, 2012
Our partners and colleagues in Mexico City just let us know about a fantastic new exhibition by Emilio Rangel, who just opened a brand new exhibit in Mexico City, Genealogía at Terreno Baldío Gallery. This is Ragnel's first works since his acclaimed The Whore of Babylon exhibition. The works appear to be sculptural fusings of part human and animal qualities, with futuristic, tribal characteristics applied in their uniforms.

"Suicide Status" by Anthony Gormley

Street Art // Sunday, May 20, 2012
Anthony Gormeley’s series of 31 life-size body cast sculptures have made their way to the rooftops of San Paulo and apparently the panicked calls to emergency services have been coming in steadily.  In 2011, the sculptures were exhibited in New York and the NYPD had to issue a public statement informing citizens that they were not suicide jumpers.

Matthew Barney x Barry X Ball Dual-Dual Portrait @ Nathalie Obadia, Paris

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 18, 2012
Barry X Ball, who has been working in reinterpreting classic sculpture for over 30 years, just had aninstallation at Nathalie Obadia in Paris, called Matthew Barney / Barry X Ball Dual-Dual Portrait. The room featured a "a Janus-like double portrait of Barry X Ball and fellow artist Matthew Barney," carved in stone, staring at each other in a gold and black color scheme.

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