Archive for the ‘i Art Scene’ Category

  • Must Be Two Sides with Shane Nash and Leo Docuyanan

    Oct 16, 09 • 1338 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    Must Be Two Sides will feature the raw photography of both Shane Nash and Leo Docuyanan, serving as a celebration of the artist’s refusal to reconcile the paradox intrinsic of documentary and portrait photography. Simply stated, these guys take bad-ass...

  • Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Art Auction: Andrew Jeffrey Wright

    Oct 14, 09 • 670 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    Andrew Jeffrey Wright has, according to Adam Wallacavage, “been 15 since 1986.” An apt description for an artist who draws fart comics and paints patterned canvases with equally mesmerizing character...

  • Frankencamera: A Giant Leap For Digital Photos?

    Oct 14, 09 • 570 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    “It’s big. It’s ugly. And it’s made from recycled parts, at least for now. It’s called the ‘Frankencamera’ — and it might someday change the way you take pictures,” reports NPR. “Computer scientists at Stanford University...

  • Hyperrealistic Paintings

    Oct 13, 09 • 34554 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    If you caught our recent feature on Natalia Fabia in the August issue (Juxtapoz # 103), you may remember her super impressive rendering skills that make you look twice, close one eye, then squint just to decipher that the piece in question is, in fact, a...

  • Urban Gallery Video Explores Sao Paulo Street Art

    Oct 13, 09 • 11281 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    “I just received and watched this video, about Brazilian street art/graffiti, featuring important and great artists as Nunca, Onesto, Rui Amaral and Boleta,” writes Brazilian Juxtapoz contributor, Ana Ferraz. Explore Sao Paulo’s exploding street art...

  • Jen Lobo: New Website, New Work

    Oct 11, 09 • 668 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    Jen Lobo’s work makes us feel as if we’ve dived head-first into a zoo- if it were a zoo where animals interacted freely with other species and playfully interacted with humanity. Lobo just launched a new website and we spent a bit too much time hanging...

  • Jen Lobo: New Website, New Work

    Oct 11, 09 • 554 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    Jen Lobo’s work is strange and wonderful, Check out her new website...

  • Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Art Auction: Chris Mars

    Oct 11, 09 • 708 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    “My paintings are rallies and trials, photographs of a moment when Truth was made public and Mercy known,” states artist Chris Mars. Strong words for meaningful work. Mars is our next featured artist in our ever-growing list of stellar creators...

  • Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Art Auction: Chris Mars

    Oct 11, 09 • 1008 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    “My paintings are rallies and trials, photographs of a moment when Truth was made public and Mercy known,” states artist Chris Mars. Strong words for meaningful work. Mars is our next featured artist in our ever-growing list of stellar creators...

  • Meet Steven Tabbutt

    Oct 9, 09 • 467 Views • i Art SceneNo Comments

    Steven Tabbutt is a rising young illustrator and fine artist based out of New York.  His illustrations have the unique ability of drawing you in and engaging you until you break away, look around, and wonder, “Where the hell am I?”...