The Startlingly Lifelike Sculptures of Patricia Piccinini

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 04, 2013
This morning we take a look at the incredible sculptures of Australian artist Patricia Piccinini. Her alien-like, mutated animal/human hybrid characters are startlingly lifelike. Fascinated with medical science and bio technology, Patricia's work encompasses sculpture, photography, video, and drawing.

Crystalsoscope @ Swarovski Crystal Worlds

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Conceptualized by Austrian artist, André Hellerin and holistic practitioner, Peter Mandelin in 1995, “Crystalsoscope” is the largest kaleidoscope in the world. The large sureal structure also serves as a fountain and is located near Innsbruck, Austria.

The Works of Stephanie Jung

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 15, 2012
Hailing from the small town of Schifferstadt in South-West Germany, artist Stephanie Jung has creted an amazing body of experimential photography that captures her tworld wide travels. Her work is not about citylife, but rather rather capturing moments of getting lost in time.

The Surreal Photography of Joel Robinson

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Love these surreal photography of Canadian artist, Joel Robinson, where he has plants and trees emerging from the veins of an anonymous human arm. A great attention to detail, as well as a concept of human's connection to nature and the Earth, Robinson doesn't go overboard with effects. Just an organic style and simple approach. 

Clay Works by Beth Stichter

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 30, 2012
Pasadena, California artist Beth Stichter isn’t your typical sclupture - she builds her stoneware sculptures solid on metal armatures, often with 2,000 or more pounds of clay at a time, then cuts the piece into 30-160 sections, hollows each section out to 1/4" thickness, and reassembles them before firing. In order to work on a larger scale, the reassembled hollow pieces are then cut again to fit inside the kiln, fired, and then reassembled with glues and epoxies.

The Otherworldly Paintings of Julius Hofmann

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
This was hard to understand at first, but you have to really dig into the works of Germany's Julius Hofmann to understand how truly fantastic these paintings are. A former student of a Jux favorite, Neo Rauch, the works almost appear to be stills from a claymation gone horribly awesome, but closer attention finds beautiful works.

Pardee's Pick: The Art of Ransom & Mitchell

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 14, 2012
Inquiring about just HOW sculptor/production designer Stacey Ransom and portrait photographer Jason Mitchell create the imaginative "surreality" that they do is like asking David Blaine how he pulls autographed money out of his belly button. There's no answer or method that could satisfy the question.

Surreal Oil Paintings by Cane Dojcilovic

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 08, 2012
A fantastic series of surreal, scientific, fantasy paintings by New York City based artist Cane Dojcilovic. As part of explaining his process, Cane notes, "Million brush strokes, million graphite threads… Simplifying complicated artfulness, eliminating hollow sentimentality into synthetic void… Million thoughts, million absences of thoughts… Complicating simple yet again, fragmenting…"

The Photography of Louis Lander Deacon

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Louis Lander Deacon is an 19 year old photographer based in Hertfordshire. Louis is consistently pushing the boundaries through his work of what photography can offer. At 19 years old, he has already established a solid portfolio of both personal and client work...

Skin Deep: Photography by Julien Palast

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 22, 2012
Photographer Julien Palast refers to his SkinDeep series as 'a study on the body-object, ephemeral sculptures of the human form. Instant bas reliefs reminiscent of classic imagery.' Palast shrink wraps the human body in brilliant technicolor, at once concealing it while also highlighting its curves and contours. Palast is based in Paris, France.
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