Tempted to move in Paris to start a new life or to retire?
Originally born in Havana, Cuba, photographer Abelardo Morell has embraced the classic technique of camera obscura, a method used photographically through the use of pinhole cameras. Morell finds rooms with windows that offer unique and spectacular views from the Eiffel Tower to the Italian countryside and then blocks out all the light from the windows with the exception of a pinhole which causes the narrow channel of light to project an exact upside down image of the scene outside on the opposite wall.
Watch as Maple, Awe, Jurne and friends take a road trip giving whatever types of trains they can get their hands on a nice coat of paint using Yard Mater spray paint.
Juxtapoz is proud to present the release of the newest addition to our ongoing book series with 'Juxtapoz Psychedelic'. In collaboration with The Well in Los Angeles, we will be hosting a very exciting book release and exhibition next Saturday, April 26th from 7pm-12am to celebrate the psychedelic genre.
Trois Soeurs Saturday, April 19, 2014 “When you’re a young artist, you don’t really have another choice than preserving an independent spirit if you want to make your ideas happen,” says Zoë Le Ber, who stars in the seductively languid Trois Soeurs alongside fellow Parisians Solene Hebert, last year’s face of Nina Ricci, and Priscilla de Laforcade, an actress and member of the indie-pop duo Les Chanteuses.
Czech photographer Martin Kollar has a unique perspective in life, which translates into his photography. His work depicts ‘people lost in thought during in-between moments, as they wait for something to happen while interesting things are happening all around them’.
Common — I Want You (Kaytranada Edition) Kaytranada takes on Common’s “I Want You,” a track from his 2009 album Finding Forever. The Canadian producer ads electronic beats and various dance elements for this quality remix. Snoop Dogg — Drop It Like It’s Hot (Kartell Remix) Who could forget this one?
The Gap Mannequin Project is just what it sounds like – it involves one guy, Steve Venegas , trying on clothes in the Gap to look just like mannequins. Why does he do it?
Tonight, April 18th, 2014, Soze Gallery is pleased to present “Steer Ahead,” a group exhibition featuring custom painted real steer skulls by over a dozen artists, as well as works on paper of each steer head sketch. All proceeds from the sales of steer head drawings will go directly to fund CAMP2E…
In a video for her song “Cherry on Top,” which premieres here, the Swedish chanteuse comes to terms with the loss of her previous career as a dancer.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international art hub to the next.
Anika Noni Rose, who made a name for herself in theater, has several noteworthy upcoming films including Sundance’s Imperial Dreams , Half of a Yellow Sun with Thandie Newton and Chiwetel Ejiofor, and A Day Late and a Dollar Short with Whoopi Goldberg, which airs this weekend on Lifetime.
We are going to check out the new exhibition by one of our favorite artists and friends, Hilary Pecis, who is opening “Crash” at Park Life in San Francisco on Friday, April 18th. Pecis first caught our attention, and was featured in our print edition, for her amazing mixed-media collages that featured found imagery on the web
For her next project, I Shot Andy Warhol director Mary Harron is taking on the life of Salvador Dal
We gave you a preview of Jeremy Fish's new exhibition, “Hunting Trophies,” at Mark Moore Gallery in Culver City a few weeks back, and now we have some views of the installation and set-up of the paintings and mixed-media works in the show. The 2x Juxtapoz cover artist's show consists of 25 new paintings placed into a 17 x 17 foot hunting lodge installation, and you can walk through a beard to get there.
Gerard Wessel is a Dutch photographer primarily known for his book of tattoo portraits. He has explored several cultures including youth and tattoos. His stark black and white images are moving and beautiful
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers this week’s Los Angeles Scene Report
“It’s absolutely breathtaking, what I’m looking at right now,” Chuck Ragan says as he looks out his tour bus window en route from Spokane to Missoula. The singer-songwriter is on I-90, closing in on the next city of his spring tour.
Acne Studios presents a trio of signature College H.K.