Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 25, 2013
A quick glance the web this morning had us stopping at the works of Henrietta Harris, a New Zealand-based illustrator who has created works for the likes of Amnesty International and Vice. Her biography reads, "Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 05, 2013
Alex Roulette's paintings are both realistic yet subtly surreal. A strangely dreamlike landscape is occupied by young boys, as if recalling some idealized, American summer vacation. Yet the houses seem over simplified and out of place, as if reduced in detail and pasted on to the rolling meadows that span the scene. This morning we are taking a look through his more recent work!
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 03, 2013
At first we thought this was work done on top of found art, but once we realized this was the brand new series of Italian painter, Agostino Arrivabene, we liked the work even more. Surreal, fantastical constructions of oil on wood, Arrivabene's works remind us of dark tarot cards. Update: This morning we take a look back through some more of Agostino's work including his wonderful sketchbooks and drawings!
Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 25, 2013
We wanted to call these paintings "disturbing" because what appears to be grown humans with really big eyes that would really double well in a horror movie just lead us to want to say "disturbing." So may be suggest getting uncomfortably disturbed by the oil paintings of Tokyo-based Korehiko Hino.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Well, a good way to wake in the morning, in our opinion, is to just get right into the bizarre. And that is what we have in these visionary and creepy sculptures by Chris Riccardo, who takes grotesque sexuality and just interesting characters to a whole new level in his sculptures. Can you imagine showing up when he is putting these ceramics in the oven?
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 06, 2013
This isn't the first time we have seen the works of Alexandra Bellissimo before on our site, but this morning we came across some these collages and wanted to share them again. The Los Angeles-based artist, who has shown at one of our favorite LA spots in Kopeikin, has had written about her work, "Her body of work strongly revolves around the theory of 'making' images instead of simply taking pictures..."
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Even as Swiss artist Till Rabus' works are painted in an almost photo-realist style, his subject matter balances between myth and surrealism. He combines strange still lives with ordinary, discarded and even sometimes anthropomorphized objects. His latest work explores the human figure with tangled body parts!
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.
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.
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.