Studio Visit with Emory Douglas

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 22, 2011
In conjunction with our March 2011 cover by Black Panther Party Minister of Culture, Emory Douglas, cover story author and photographer Shaun Robers visits the home and studio of the iconic artist. Roberts catches a glimpse of Mr. Douglas' archives, process, and studio set-up. More after the jump . . .

IN L.A.: Buff Monster 10th Anniversary Studio Visit

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 16, 2011
  I visited Buff Monster’s studio last week to see what he has been up to and spent two days photographing him painting a mural in Hollywood. Photos and more after the jump…    

20 Questions with John P. Dessereau

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 14, 2011
I recently caught up with artist John P. Dessereau a.k.a. Johnsville in his Williamsburg, Brooklyn studio. John recently wrapped up The Brooklyn Artist Project, a group show put together by taste-making brand IHMDJ!. The native New Yorker studied illustration at The School of Visual Arts, and has a diverse passion for global systems, popular culture, word play and internal conflict. We played 20 questions...

Never Heard Of Yah: New Bohemia Signs

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 02, 2011
San Francisco's New Bohemia Signs has been creating elegant and simple hand-painted signage since 1993. New Bohemia offers a full range of services including full scale menus, architectural gilding, and gold leafing, all created by hand in their very tiny shop. I visit them often as a source of inspiration, most recently, the work being produced for a group show entitled Genuine Authentic at Peek Gallery on February 10th.

Never Heard Of Yah: Alexis Mackenzie Studio Visit

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 17, 2011
San Francisco-based Alexis Mackenzie creates meticulously abstract collages from a variety of found books. I stopped by Alexis's studio while she was preparing for a 2 person show opening this Saturday at Swarm Gallery in Oakland. Her most recent work is refreshingly different from previous collages. Here is what I saw.

Never Heard Of Yah: Grady Gordon Monotype Process

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 05, 2011
Grady Gordon creates unique monotype prints inspired by Native American Katchina dolls and Japanese Yokai.  I recently stopped by his Oakland based studio to investigate his work chamber and more importantly, witness his process.  The following photos are a play by play of Grady at work.

Never Heard Of Yah: Hamburger Eyes Photo Epicenter Visit

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 24, 2010
Besides producing one of the best photography magazines around, Hamburger Eyes founder Ray Potes runs Photo Epicenter, a full-service, professional darkroom facility. Photo Epicenter provides custom printing and offers monthly memberships for 7-days-a-week access to one b/w and two color darkrooms. Here are some photos of a recent visit to the lab, located in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District.  

Never Heard Of Yah: Serena Mitnik-Miller Studio visit

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 15, 2010
On a cold and rainy day I rode the train to the beach to see Serena Mitnik-Miller.  Serena's studio rests behind her retail store, The General Store, in the Sunset District of San Francisco.  I've always admired people who can successfully operate a business and actively pursue their creative outlet.  Serena has a great feature in the most recent December 2010 of Juxtapoz.  This is what I saw.
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