Juxtapoz is very excited this month to have one of our favorite painters, the great Seattle-based artist Mary Iverson on the cover of August 2015. Although perhaps not overtly political, the August 2015 issue is our look at some of the best artists in the world's approach to environmental issues. From climate change to extinction, using Earth materials to challenging conventional means of production, we gathered an eclectic group of artists that are inspiring and progressive.

Juxtapoz is very excited this month to have one of our favorite painters, the great Seattle-based artist Mary Iverson on the cover of August 2015. Although perhaps not overtly political, the August 2015 issue is our look at some of the best artists in the world's approach to environmental issues. From climate change to extinction, using Earth materials to challenging conventional means of production, we gathered an eclectic group of artists that are inspiring and progressive.

Inside August 2015:
—Cover artist Mary Iverson on the aftermath of the people problem
Carlo McCormick tells the history of the United States' amazing Federal Art Project
Jay Nelson and the world's best treehouses
Matthew Brandt literally takes the water with him in his nature photography
Lucy McLauchlan finds the Earth's print
Josh Keyes looks inward and finds more transformation
The Nevada Museum of Art looks that the visual history and human influence on Lake Tahoe
Patagonia aims to re-imagine the way brands do business
Tom Killion's ancient screen printing process excels in Northern California

... and....
Chuck D tells us the visual history of Public Enemy
Dali and Disney are reunited at the Walt Disney Family Museum
El Mac gets familial at Northeastern University
Deth P Sun gets 6-packed
The World's Best Ever shows us all types of characters....