Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 23, 2014
If you find yourself in San Antonio, Texas, don’t miss an excellent group exhibition at Bluestar Contemporary Art Museum focusing on the emotional and psychological perceptions of space. Besides one of our favorite artists of the moment, Angela Fox, you can also see work by Valerie Arber, Jeffrey Dell, Haylee Ebersole, Yuko Fukuzumi, Mari LaCure, Monika Meler, Gary Nichols, Elvia Perrin, Samantha Parker Salazar and Kate Shepherd.
Graffiti // Monday, October 27, 2014
This looks about the size of a billboard and is saying a lot in a simple, yet highly effective way.
Graffiti // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
These two have really pushed the application and technique of rollers to another level. They are sort of like giant tags but also stylized like pieces. Hats off to Gane and Texas.
Graffiti // Tuesday, June 24, 2014
We love everything about this. Philly tags are arguably some of the most unique handstyles in the world, but then done with rollers and 3Ds! Gane and Texas are doing something right here.
Graffiti // Thursday, June 19, 2014
Roller Philly tags with drop shadows is not something you see everyday. Texas and Gane slapped this spot in Manhattan and it will surely get a lot of attention.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Going on three years, Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine and Converse have collaborated on site-specific public art projects around the United States as part of the Converse “Wall to Wall” campaign. From Austin to San Francisco, Brooklyn to Portland, we have ushered the world’s best muralists into neighborhoods to celebrate and promote creativity and the arts.
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 07, 2014
During 2014 SXSW, Juxtapoz is teaming up with Converse to bring installations, performances, and in interactive art by Richard Colman, Andrew Schoultz, Dennis McNett, and David Ellis to accompany the music, tech, and film experiences going on throughout the early weeks of March. Over the last couple of days Andrew Schoultz has been working on his contribution, a mural (and tank), entitled "Melt Down."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 09, 2014
Taking Mexican serape blankets, Texas-based artist Adrian Esparza deconstructs and reweaves the threads into beautiful and colorful geometric patterns. Esparza sees the work as an evolving self-portrait. The serape blankets represent a tradition and cultural identity, displaced from its site of origin, and an object he encountered regularly as a Mexican-American raised on the border. The geometric patterns that he creates are also reminiscent of Macramé and other handcrafts from his childhood.
Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 09, 2012
Zach Nelligan is a tattoo artist and talented illustrator that works at Triple Crown Tattoo Parlour in Austin, Texas. He travel constantly, but most of the time can be found at the shop in Austin. He has created a gorgeous, cohesive series of tattooed gypsy ladies, inked and illustrated in his own traditional hand style.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 02, 2011
In today’s News Outta Texas and Not Because of South-By comes the Promethean 10-person Okay Mountain collective, who’ve installed at the University of Houston’s Blaffer Art Museum and therefore successfully integrated clever examination of consumerist thought into higher education. Images and story after the jump . . .