Juxtapoz Magazine - Familiar Faces by Alan Miknis

Artist Alan Miknis referenced the same vintage photo of two children singing to create every single one of his “Middle Americana” portrait...

The portraits represent the people behind me in a checkout line, the people who cut me off on the road, and most definitely myself. Middle Americana is my attempt at describing the current image of the merging of those cultures.

Juxtapoz Magazine - Max Dalton “On a Mission From God” @ Spoke Art, SF

For his solo, Dalton has created a wide range of limited edition prints and collectibles. A large portion of the show is comprised of his “Great...

Working as an illustrator and graphic artist, Dalton’s passions lie within the wonderful world of popular culture. From comics to animation, Max has honed his distinct illustrative style over the past twenty years and culminated an impressive body of work that has become “On a Mission From God.”

There’s Tiny Art Hiding on the Streets of London

City dwellers, Slinkachu says, tend to have a love-hate relationship with the natural world. They long for it, and yet they want to contain it so that...

City dwellers, Slinkachu says, tend to have a love-hate relationship with the natural world. They long for it, and yet they want to contain it so that it doesn’t interfere with their daily lives. Leading up to his new exhibition, “Miniaturesque,” which is on view at Andipa Gallery in London until April 11, Slinkachu spent a year finding little glimpses of nature—like weeds, leaves, and moss—in the city and creating tiny, hidden landscapes within them that look beautiful when photographed up close but strange when seen in their broader urban context

Romance of Canada: new work by Ryan Heshka [NSFW]

Head on over to the Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea in Milan for the opening reception on March 26th for Ryan’s Heshka’s show, “Romance of Canada.”

Head on over to the Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea in Milan for the opening reception on March 26th for Ryan's Heshka's show, "Romance of Canada."

Juxtapoz Magazine - Pulp Drunk: Mexican Pulp Art from 1960's-1970's @ Ricco/Maresca, NYC

An awesome show at Ricco/Maresca in NYC, one that we think Juxtapoz readers will love: "Post-war America saw the rise of the erotic pulp paperbac...

An awesome show at Ricco/Maresca in NYC, one that we think Juxtapoz readers will love. From the gallery: Post-war America saw the rise of the erotic pulp paperback novel covers. The objective of these covers was to lure in potential buyers with the promise of sex, suspense and drama. Simultaneously, a similar type of book and marketing strategy was being developed in Mexico." This brand of novel included racy cover art designed to attract and entice consumers; yet the differences in the subject matter being peddled to consumers was vast. While Mexican pulp covers did celebrate sex as much as their American counterparts, they also threw in violence, sci-fi weirdness, psychedelia, murder, and crime, often opting for scenes that depicted the blatantly bizarre rather than soft core smut.

Juxtapoz Magazine - New Work by Brecht Vandenbroucke

We've been fans of Brecht Vandenbroucke for a while now. The Belgian artist was most recently featured in our September 2014 issue and we were hap...

We've been fans of Brecht Vandenbroucke for a while now. The Belgian artist was most recently featured in our September 2014 issue and we were happy to check back in and see that he has stayed busy, giving us lots of new work to feast our eyes on!

My NYT Nightmare « The Hooded Utilitarian

I thought about it for maybe five seconds, and then I said something I’d learned to say after a lot of bad experiences with illustrations and comics that turned out mediocre because of meddling editors who thought they were smarter at what I do then I am. I said “I’m not comfortable with that.” And they… backed down. Okay, we’ll print it the way it is.

The Cartoonist's Response to the Terrorist Attack on Charlie Hebdo (and How Hard it is to Take a Joke) - Reading The Pictures

The sphere was awash in cartoons and illustrations yesterday in response to the lethal attack on the French political cartoonist and satirist publication, Charlie Hebdo. This is a summary of the primary examples with some thoughts.

The sphere was awash in cartoons and illustrations yesterday in response to the lethal attack on the French political cartoonist and satirist publication, Charlie Hebdo. This is a summary of the primary examples with some thoughts.

This Poster Shows Over 200 Cameras from Between 1839 and 2014

In early 2013, we shared a print by Pop Chart Lab that showed 100 landmark cameras from the history of photography. Now, the online shop is one-upping

Called, “The Charted Collection of Cameras,” the print bills itself as “the most comprehensive charting of cameras ever developed.”

Juxtapoz Magazine - A Collection of Vintage Halloween Masks

Someone, well, "Brechtbug" according to their Flickr username, has compiled a vast collection of vintage Halloween masks. Enjoy! Someone, we...

Someone, well, "Brechtbug" according to their Flickr username, has compiled a vast collection of vintage Halloween masks. Enjoy!

The pixel art of Octavi Navarro

Fanciful bit-worlds imagined by the Barcelona-based designer. You can buy prints!

A Nashville convention center figured out how to boost its revenue from selling Internet service: it illegally jammed guests' and exhibitors' Wi-Fi networks. Glenn Fleishman explains the technical scam and why it earned a six-figure smackdown.

Bumperhead - new graphic novel by Gilbert Hernandez

A fascinatingly disjointed tale of drugs, rock and roll, and adolescence from the legendary cartoonist who co-created Love and Rockets. Read the exclusive excerpt.

A fascinatingly disjointed tale of drugs, rock and roll, and adolescence from the legendary cartoonist who co-created Love and Rockets. Read the exclusive excerpt.

Artist Paints Pop-Culture Characters Into Old Thrift-Store Paintings

Idyllic rural thrift-store paintings, while perhaps pretty, might not be the most interesting paintings in the world. David Irvine, however, has set out to change all of that by collecting thrift-store paintings and “re-directing” them by adding various p

Idyllic rural thrift-store paintings, while perhaps pretty, might not be the most interesting paintings in the world. David Irvine, however, has set out to change all of that by collecting thrift-store paintings and “re-directing” them by adding various pop-culture book, movie and TV characters.

24 More Clever And Playful Street Art Ideas By OakOak

OakOak, a French street artist whom we previously wrote about here and here, is back with more of his signature clever and witty street art pieces. Each of his illustrations constitutes a sly little urban intervention meant to brighten and interact with i

By day, OakOak is, as he calls himself, a “pen pusher.” But when he’s not working, he’s busy beautifying his native St. Etienne and other cities throughout France

Juxtapoz Magazine - Bizarre and Disturbing Illustrations by Nicola Alessandrini

Nicola Alessandrini lives and work near Macerata, switching from his job as illustrator and graphic designer for Fornarina and Combo brands to a more...

Characters are punched, cutted, painted with flat colours, adorned by optical elements and soiled. Children are transformed in monsters, characters from cartoon are represented as modern San Sebastian: iconic souvenirs that are no more friendly, but aggressive, as just came out from a Joe Lansdale novel