Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Philippines-born, New Jersey-based artist Gregory Halili's latest series of works involves carving and painting with oil on raw mother of pearl found in shells from the Philippines. Halili was born and raised in the Philippines, surrounded by lush vegetation, tropical wildlife and warm people. As a teenager, he moved to this country in 1988. The artist’s memories of childhood infused with the perfume of the tropics are a touchstone to many of his paintings...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Dimitri Tsykalov does a lot of interesting things with edible foods by way of art, some things that are rather disgusting and some things that are just well done and pleasant to look at. His series of Fruit and Veggie Skulls are more on the pleasant side...
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 22, 2013
SKULLS is an American brand brand based on the principles of quality, design, creativity and fun. Its founder is Spaniard Ivan Jimenez who one day, wanted to create hats he couldn´t find anywhere. That was march 2011. Today SKULLS represents an entire line of creative apparel, head ware and accessories that can fulfill that longing you've had this entire time. I mean, a limited edition 5 panel 'Heroes' hat based entirely off of our favorite superheroes and some celestial printed 'Cosmos' eyeglasses?? Sign us up.
Tattoo // Friday, June 29, 2012
"Duke Riley began tattooing in 1993 under the guidance of Steve Williamson of Art Freak Tattoo in Providence, RI. and has worked in various tattoo shops in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York and New Zealand. In addition to tattooing, Duke works in a variety of mediums and his work is exhibited in several museums internationally including the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum."
Illustration // Friday, June 29, 2012
Buenos Aires based illustrator Agustín Croxatto (who also goes by AC) turns the human skull into something more magical and rad. His complex skull drawings are super detailed, each one has their own unique personality. Some characters that influence his work include Frankenstein and Dracula. Besides being an illustrator, Croxatto is a skater & music lover and has also had his work featured in zines.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 11, 2011
These are only appropriate for month a year; October. Halloween. Sure, you can serve your skull shaped sugar "cubes" in July, but it just won't have the same effect that it has right about this time of year. We just found the maker's Etsy page, and we endorse using these with your tea while reading your Pushead issue.