Street Art Attacks by Filthy Luker

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 30, 2012
Street art, most of the time, should be fun, and we love the interventions that Filthy Luker has come up with. Sea monster arms coming off a building, gigantic pencils scribbling on walls, and trees with eyes are a just a few of fun pieces he has come up with.

When Obama Flew Into an Explosion On A Corgi, and other Disasterpieces by Conrad Ruiz

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
We love it when we find kindered spirits of pop-culture debauchery and current affairs humor. Riding sharks, Obama on corgis, Olympic crashes, old WWF matches with Hulk Hogan, Conrad Ruiz jumps around cultural icons with watercolors on large format paper. He even created a San Francisco-themed "disasterpiece" that could be the world's biggest watercolor painting. Great works all around.

Ron English for Your April 20 Festivities

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 20, 2012
As you probably know, or forgot about 15 minutes ago, but today is the infamous 4-20, a full-court press of weed jokes and eating fast food you don't really want. To celebrate the occasion, we turn to witticisms of Ron English, who not only is featured in our May 2012 Public Art Issue, but is also an artist who can create a clever weed advertisement. Enjoy.

Illusions and Torn Photographs by Scott Hazard

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 25, 2012
Scott Hazard is a Raleigh-based artist and landscape architect who carefully aligns torn concentric shapes within photographs to construct illusions of clouds, plumes of smokes, and portals in walls. They have a beautiful hand made quality with exceptional craft and use of lo-tech materials to create these illusionistic photo collages.

Fish Hook Portrait by Cuban Artist, Yoan Capote

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 24, 2012
Of course, it is always impressive to create a gigantic mural or canvas painting that stands at 26-feet long, and in the case of Cuban artist Yoan Capote, his Isla is quite impressive. But look closely, and you will notice something strange: Isla was completed entirely out of fish hooks. Not just a few, over 500,000 fishing hooks were placed/screwed into plywood to create the dark waves and shadowing.

Coffee Stain Portrait by RED

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Some people drink coffee and despise a coffee stain, but for artist RED, she has taken the concept of a coffee stain to a whole new level. She has taken hundreds of individual coffee stain rings, "many of them broken and imperfect like fallen autumn leaves," to form a whole portrait. The results, and video, are quite amazing.

The Hamburger Bed

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 16, 2012
This is almost too ridiculous to even comment on, but because it is a Friday, and somehow this look quite comforting, we wanted to feature the creation of Ms. Kayla Kromer. It is called TheHamburger Bed. If you like to sleep on circular shapes, and fake lettuce and cheese, then this may be for you.

Evan Roth: Welcome to Detroit and Propulsion Paintings

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Evan Roth, featured in October 2010, is set to open a new exhibition, Welcome to Detroit, at the Eastern Michigan University Gallery today, March 14. Eastern Michigan University's Art Department awarded Roth the McAndless Distinguished Professorship for 2012, composed of a 6-week residency in Detroit, a teaching opportunity at Eastern, a solo exhibition and a lecture tour, this award of $30,000 was designed to allow an artist to produce new work and reach across institutional borders.

The Color Pencil Fence

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 12, 2012
We had this image sent to us this morning from a colleague, and we thought it was a good idea to brighten up your property or the neighborhood. Somebody thought it a good idea to add a little color pencil fence to their ordinary fence, and the result is a surprising bit of street art.

450,000 Staples, One Mural by Baptiste Debombourg

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 08, 2012
Last year, we showed you of the staple wall works from artist Baptiste Debombourg, but last night we came across this incredible mural of over 450,000 staples. It only took 340 hours to complete. Oh, so you counted? The work, Aggravure III, was inspired by the work of 16th Century artists and engravers, Hendrick Goltzius, Jan Harmensz, and Cherubino Alberti.
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