Juxtapoz // Saturday, May 07, 2011
Shepard Fairey, known to make an iconic image or few, has created a new cover for the already iconic 1967 Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore book, The Medium is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects. As we see it, Medium remains one of the great, important books to be published on modern culture.
Street Art // Monday, April 18, 2011
To coincide with Levi's Film Workshop inside the Geffen Contemporary where the Art In the Streets exhibition is taken place, Levi's has collaborated with artists in the show to create limited-edition artist designed Trucker Jackets. The series will feature Andre, Chaz Bojorquez, CRASH, Keith Haring, KR, Neckface, Lady Pink, REVOK, Kenny Scharf and Shepard Fairey. More after the jump . . .
Street Art // Saturday, April 16, 2011
Another highlight from "Art In the Streets" were the facing exhibition spaces of CR Stecyk III and Shepard Fairey. Stecyk covered the entirety of his walls with his screenprint and handpainted posters, all the same sized and dizzingly arranged. Shepard opted for a clean set-up, with iconic pieces that span his entire career. And Ed Templeton's work looned in the background. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 13, 2011
If we could have told you last month when we announced Facemaker that Eric Yanhker was our May cover artist, it might have been more exciting. But tonight at Royal/T in Culver City, Ben Jones, Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Barry McGee, Kenny Scharf, Eric Yahnker, Jane Moseley, Olaf Breuning, and others will explore interpretations of the most universal element of human perception: the face. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Friday, April 08, 2011
The outpouring for Japan in the wake of the tragic earthquakes and tsunami has been amazing, and tonight, Friday, April 8, at OPENHOUSE GALLERY in NYC, there is a another great silent auction benefit, 3.11 Project's "Dear Japan, We Love You." The exhibition will feature over 50 artists in multimedia installations, painting, photography, and sculpture. More after the jump . . .
Tattoo // Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Adam Wallacavage and Henry Lewis are both celebrating solo exhibitions at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, California, and we have opening night photos to show. As always, a large crowd gathered to see both artists newest bodies of work. Images after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Monday, March 21, 2011
Kathy Grayson at The Hole Gallery in NYC is curating a show at Royal/T in Culver City, California, FACEMAKER, featuring “works from contemporary young artists including the title piece by Ben Jones, in addition to Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Barry McGee, Kenny Scharf, Eric Yahnker, Jane Moseley, Olaf Breuning, Carroll Dunham, David Shrigley, and Gary Webb, and the show will explore interpretations of the most universal element of human perception: the face..” More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 22, 2011
We, or more so, one of our staff members, made it down to Las Vegas for the 3-day weekend, and stayed at the new Cosmopolitan hotel. In between "those things you do in Vegas but don't mention to others once you leave because the ads tell you to," they snapped a bunch of shots of parking garage, featuring work by RETNA, Kenny Scharf, and Shepard Fairey. More photos after the jump . . .
Street Art // Sunday, January 30, 2011
A lot of people are bummed that Coachella sold out and they can't see Kanye, Lauryn Hill, and Kings of Leon (er, maybe not) at this year's festival. But Coachella is pushing their Coachella Conversations, and we enjoyed hearing the conversing of 2x Coachella artist DJ Z-Trip (friend of Juxtapoz and DJ of our Seventh Letter Issue release party) and Shepard Fairey. Interview after the jump . . .
Street Art // Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Subliminal Projects Gallery just opened their newest show, The Big Picture, featuring both large and small work by Mark Mothersbaugh and Shepard Fairey. The special collaboration is a reflection of their commitment to supporting The Art of Elysium, a non-profit that supports artists and provides relief for medically disabled and hospitalized children. Read the full feature after the jump . . .