Juxtapoz Magazine – Cathrin Hoffmann: Human Hand For Scale

Juxtapoz Magazine – Cathrin Hoffmann: Human Hand For Scale

The end of the world is not the end of the world. Humans have existed on Earth for just a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of its existence; the planet will continue to rotate on its axis long after we Homo sapiens sapiens have incinerated ourselves through some horrific, yet statistically insignificant rapture…

Drake Pours Millions to Salvage Historic Avant-Garde Carnival

Drake Pours Millions to Salvage Historic Avant-Garde Carnival

An avant-garde art carnival melding amusement park rides with public art by the likes of Salvador Dalí, David Hockney, Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jean-Michel Basquiat will soon be rebooted in Los Angeles, 35 years after it first opened to revelers in the summer of 1987 in Hamburg, Germany. Luna Luna is being granted an…

Diagrams of Turntables and Amps Chart the History of Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Rock and Roll — Colossal

Diagrams of Turntables and Amps Chart the History of Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Rock and Roll — Colossal

 Design History Music #diagrams #Dorothy #posters and prints November 23, 2022 Grace Ebert All images © Dorothy, shared with permission How do you visualize the history of hip-hop? Or jazz? Questions of origin and influence are common for artists, and the inventive team behind the U.K.-based design studio Dorothy (previously) goes gold as they painstakingly map…

“Feeling” by Illustrator Evan M. Cohen

“Feeling” by Illustrator Evan M. Cohen

A beautiful comic by illustrator and comic book artist Evan M. Cohen (previously featured here). “Feeling” is a wistful ode to the change of seasons and remaining hopeful in spite of life’s challenges. See more images and the accompanying poem below!   Breathing.The flowers are breath,And I am breathing.Beneath my chest,There is meaning.And in the…

Artist Makes Controversial Comics To Bring A Smile To Your Face And Perhaps Make You Cringe A Little » Design You Trust

Artist Makes Controversial Comics To Bring A Smile To Your Face And Perhaps Make You Cringe A Little » Design You Trust

Last Wish According to Gaurav Pant: “I am Gaurav Pant, a Bangalore-based creator. I create short funny animated videos for the internet. My Instagram channel (you can find it linked just under the description) is desi humor on steroids. Irreverent, funny, and fearless. I am trying to create something that can make people laugh, cringe,…

The conspiracy in your living room

The conspiracy in your living room

View of “Henrike Naumann: Re-Education,” 2022–23, SculptureCenter, New York. Photo: Charles Benton. Growing up in a newly reunified Germany, Henrike Naumann witnessed widespread transformations in visual culture, from popular television programming to the seating from which that programming was consumed. Working with furniture and video, the Zwickau-born, Berlin-based artist considers how seemingly innocuous aesthetic sensibilities…

Juxtapoz Magazine – The Rich, Exacting Photographs of Tom Sandberg

Juxtapoz Magazine – The Rich, Exacting Photographs of Tom Sandberg

Working in a signature modulating gray scale, the late Norwegian photographer Tom Sandberg spent decades rendering the world according to an exacting vision, training his eye on the shapes and forms of the everyday—dark abstractions of asphalt and sea, the hard edges of an automobile, an ominously curved tunnel, an anonymous figure casting a shadow—to…

Apply Now for the Low-Residency MFA in Studio Arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts

Apply Now for the Low-Residency MFA in Studio Arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts

Posted inSponsored The unique MFASA at the Institute of American Indian Arts offers mentorships with world-renowned Indigenous artists, flexible schedules, and access to one of the US’s cultural capitols. Bob Haozous (Chiricahua Apache), Mother (1988), Institute of American Indian Arts campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico, infrared photograph by Jason S. Ordaz The Master of Fine…

“Haven” by Photographer Sem Langendijk

“Haven” by Photographer Sem Langendijk

Amsterdam-based photographer Sem Langendijk explores the impacts of gentrification on marginalized communities in his recent photobook, “Haven.” Tracing his own experience growing up in the harbor area on the outskirts of a large city, Langendijk is drawn to scenes that evoke his memories of home. The images in “Haven” weave a fictional narrative, bringing together…