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The characters in Ethan Murrow's amazingly rendered narratives are consistently averse to criticism and assistance.
If you want to be disoriented, as well as impressed, then these "polyhedral panorama" illustrations from Rorik Smith are quite amazing to behold.
Trixter from Los Angeles has mastered his spray autograph and continues to produce amazing new pieces all the time.
Way before Andy Warhol became the Pop pioneer that we now know him to be, he worked as a freelance children’s book illustrator.
Living and working in Baltimore, MD, an area of constant demolition and reconstruction, photographer Ben Marcin became fascinated by the existence of lone row houses.
Appropriate Audiences, a Paris-based design studio, has taken a 3D printer and combined it with a tattooist's needle to make an automated Tattoo "Printer." The studio took Autodesk software and turned tattoo designs into digital files that are downloaded into the machine.
Nadezhda Illarionova is a Russian graphic artist and illustrator. Her whimsical illustrations, with nude nymph harpists and a cathedral filled with grisaille human-swan hybrids, seem as if they are pulled right from children's stories.
For The Quiet Life's latest collection, the brand collaborated with Japanese artist and illustrator Yusuke of Katsuo Design.
Juxtapoz Hyperreal, the newest addition to our book series, features a new generation of painters who have excelled at photorealism and hyperrealism, but have taken the mediums and injected them with new styles, techniques, ideas and individual personality.
On Saturday, November 1st, 2014 Soze Gallery will be presenting an exhibit of unique custom painted Modernica fiberglass shell chairs made on the original Herman Miller Equipment to benefit The Art of Elysieum.
Paris-based photographer Jean-François Rauzier's images are approximately 10,000 times the resolution of a normal photograph.
Jung Yeon Min’s works are highly imaginative and rich. One finds multiple worlds, the extraordinary and the realistic, notions of micro and macro, and manipulations of space and time in her work.
What do you get when you pair talented Art Center grad and artist Brendan Monroe, best known for his mesmerizing, science-inspired illustrations and sculptures, with Heath Ceramics, best known for its crisp, modern style?
Not only a Czech essayist, Dadaist, and influential leader of the Czech Surrealist, as well as an architect, painter, writer, social activist, a key figure of typographic aesthetics ...
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. German Friday delivers this week’s Detroit Scene Report.
Starting his namesake gallery in 1991, Yves Laroche has become one of the preeminent ambassadors of what is an international art movement of outsiders turned definers.
El-P and Killer Mike just dropped their highly anticipated new album "Run the Jewels 2" and as part of the launch the group invited over 30 artists across 6 continents to remix the iconic album cover art by Nick Gazin of two opposing hands, one forming a gun, the other holding a chain. Here is Berlin-based Low Bros (featured in our October 2013 issue) version!
We have been huge fans of Elbow-Toe for years, with both his street work and recent fine art output being some really standout bodies of work.
Converse Cons has released a new video shot by Will Robinson Scott that focuses on Canadian graffiti writer and illustrator, Kaput (Featured in our September 2011 issue) following him on a nostalgic trip through the concrete jungle of NYC.
In her series “We’re Young, Wild and Treeplanters”, Montreal-based photographer Sara Hini documents the lives of tree planters in the Canadian wilderness and the environments that they surround themselves with.