Erotica // Wednesday, July 02, 2014
A cult figure among underground music devotees for his early work associated with the Los Angeles punk rock scene, Pettibon has acquired an international reputation as one of the foremost contemporary American artists working with drawing, text, and artist’s books...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
It has been awhile since we checked in with Evah Fan and her newer works, and today we take a look at the Oakland, California-based fine artist. Not only does she have a ton of new paintings to check out, but she recently posted some new prints and zines on her site, and updated some of her commercial works she has been doing for Sony and a few children's books. Take a look, and get the Coffee zine.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 21, 2013
Something we are really excited about, and perfect timing with our Todd "REAS" James cover story in our December 2013 issue on newsstands now. If you follow James on Instagram, you have been seeing his really bugged out, cartoonish, psychedelic "Swords & Sorcery" drawings he has been doing, and now he will be having a ONE DAY zine/installation launch at The Newsstand in Brooklyn, at the Lorimer L/Metropolitan G subway stop from 3pm - 9pm, Saturday November 23rd. Be there. Go there.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 07, 2013
Tonight, Juxtapoz’s very own, Austin McManus will be doing a one-night only event at one of our most favorite underground shops, The Newsstand. The event will include a re-release of the super limited zine “The Bitch’s Sister,” along with an installation and as the flyer says, “Free stuff.” The Newsstand is a pop-up shop that features independent goods (predominately magazine and zines) and is located in the subway at the Lorimer station in Brooklyn.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 08, 2013
Philadelphia-based artist Alex Lukas recently released a great looking new ‘zine entiled, "RTMA." The 72 page ‘zine was printed with several different processes including screen printing, photocopying, diazotype and offset pages and cover. Alex's was one of our favorite contributions to our feature on 'zine culture in the July 2013 issue of the magazine. "'Zines from twenty years ago are still interesting and relevant, unlike a tweet from twenty minutes ago."
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Need a good recommendation for some quality printed material to fill that vacant space on your coffee table, bookshelf or even that coveted spot on top of the toilet? The Flop Box has just released a new 84-page zine by Austin McManus entitled “30 Zines.” The New York-based artist has produced a number of diverse themed zines over the years, this one having covers inspired by the early designs of Ed Ruscha small edition books. Each cover is a completely different color, revealing the edition number in bold text and making them one of a kind art objects. he contents inside are a collection of photographs compiled by McManus, friends, and as the website states “classified and unclassified sources.”
Vault // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
For our July issue, we were excited at the opportunity to dive into the collector culture of Hollywood as well as the artists making waves in the experimental animation and digital worlds. But perhaps the feature that got us most excited was our look into the world of Zine Culture, as we have always felt that Juxtapoz' roots lie in underground comics. Today, we show you the feature that is in our July 2013 issue, "Zine Culture," and talk to the artists who are making some of the best zines today, and carry on a rich tradition that we continue to support and cherish everyday.
Graffiti // Thursday, May 09, 2013
New York-based publisher, Carnage NYC, will be releasing a new zine featuring the work of artist Gorey. This limited edition 52-page zine will contain illustrations, writings and vinyl stickers from the artist. Each copy comes with a screen-printed cover, are hand-signed and numbered.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Last month, or better known as the April 2013 issue, we featured one of our favorite artists, Indianapolis-based Nathaniel Russell. One of our favorite parts of the robust body of work from Russell are his flyers and "Lost and Found" pieces, where both humor and a WTF that was amazing moment combine into something far more witty than an average flyer. Needles and Pens in SF has compiled many of these pieces in a 'zine, Public Notice.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 05, 2013
This past weekend in Vancouver, BC, Juxtapoz helped sponsor What Are You Doing To Participate?, a group zine show curated and organized by Sam James Velde, Rich Jacobs, and Adam Rossiter. Back in December 2012, Juxtapoz help sponsor the Los Angeles edition of WAYDTP?, which featured zines and prints spanning music, skateboarding and art culture from the 1980's til present.