Planet X is MEAR ONE’s newest work narrating the mythological gumbo of global mythology that predates written history. Now available as a 24×30″ giclee print on Juniper Baryta Rag 350 archival semi-gloss paper. Signed in the bottom right corner & numbered in the bottom left corner alongside a graphic timestamp embellishment.
The story of America is the story of Western workwear. From Levi Strauss crafting denim jeans for gold miners to Union soldiers popularizing Stetson cowboy hats, utility in harsh frontier conditions has driven some of the most important developments in the history of clothing. The upstart New York-based brand Lorod—designed by Michael Freels and Lauren Rodriguez—pays homage to this tradition with exquisite tailoring and silhouettes drawn from the history of workwear
Mike Kershnar is showing his final show as curator at The Growlery, titled Some Time In SF. The show will be a visual journey of 35mm photographs, pen and ink illustrations, scribed mirrors, upcycled cigar boxes and bottles, and paintings.
“It’s All Good” might be the best mantra for ending a jaw-gaping year and it’s also the name of the group show that exhibits at the Diane Rosenstein Gallery through January 13 of what could also be a mind-numbing 2018. With his Cum Laude series of paintings, Hollywood denizen Steve Olson joins fellow Angelenos, Brain Rochefort inspired by time in the mahogany forest and Daniel Gibson, pulsing with Chicano culture, along with Delft potter Jesse Edwards of New York City, to form a quartet traveling from the primal to the present. Whether trained in Delft blue pottery or carving lines on concrete, each draws from the drama of life, looks forward, sucks it up and decides “It’s All Good.” —Gwynned…
To enter the idiosyncratic world of designer Thom Browne is to learn that nothing is quite what it seems: apparent eccentricities dissolve into a foundation of impeccably tailored layers to reveal something strikingly bare. His designs, while visually arresting, are also ultra conscious of the pragmatic nature of clothing
Our friends at Polaroid Originals spent the week with us at the Juxtapoz Clubhouse, capturing some behind-the-scenes moments from the Juxtapoz crew, adidas Showcase team and the Urban Nation dinner we hosted in the Clubhouse.
If you’re a Game Of Thrones lover, then get take inspo from this blogger and get thee to a plane, because you can actually visit the locations used in the … Read more The post These Game Of Thrones real-life location shots are giving us #wanderlust appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
Rule of thumb: don’t let your prankster brother take your engagement photographs. It will be disastrous.
Continuing his everlasting world invasion, and the invasion of his ever changing hometown in particular, Invader recently started placing new series of special aliases around the 9th and 10th arrondissements of Paris. Including varied fruits and vegetables in different forms, these pieces are marking the vegetarian neighborhood that is becoming known as Veggietown, as named by the Vegetarian Association of France in 2016.
Despite maybe sounding like it, FACE/TRAC is not a new software for facial recognition used by big brother, rather it was an amazing art jamboree of sorts that recently had its inaugural meeting in Miami one month before the art fair bonanza. The Biltmore Hotel, with its Mediterranean Revival architecture and pool lined with classical sculpture was the perfect rendezvous for this art world community, who are specifically interested in exchanging ideas, philosophies, and passions in relation to skilled representational art.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before. In this new revised thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project
Meghan Markle in Anti-Social You do it every day, day in, day out, over and over. But other than looking up your own name, have you ever stopped to wonder who and what exactly are getting the most Google searches
Australian musician Nic Danta proves that you don’t need a lot to make a great music video. Sometimes all you need is a strong support system, as well as hundreds ..
Today, we have a full recap of the Juxtapoz Clubhouse, our project during the Basel week in Miami that included a full adidas Showcase, installations by Jean Jullien, Olek, Laurence Vallières, Low Bros, Shepard Fairey, Jillian Evelyn and gallery presentations by Athen B Gallery, Superchief Gallery, Good Mother Gallery, Station 16, First Amendment, Corey Helford Gallery and Jonathan LeVine Projects.
The lobby at the Diplomat Beach Resort.
We know how you, just like us, really wanted to have your holiday shopping all, um, wrapped up by November 30. But, as usual, our frantic lives get in the way – and here it is the middle of December, and, admit it, you haven’t even started. Fear not! BlackBook has assembled a list of gifts that are as singular as they are universally appealing.
The minds behind the open-source virtual reality platforms WebVR and A-FRAME dream of a time when anyone with internet access and creative vision can build virtual worlds for the web.