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

Juxtapoz Magazine - The Work of San Poggio

Argentine artist, San Poggio's sur­re­al­ist works and real­is­tic ren­der­ings leave lit­tle to the imag­i&sh...

Argentine artist, San Poggio's sur­re­al­ist works and real­is­tic ren­der­ings leave lit­tle to the imag­i­na­tion with the bizarre scenery, happenings and situations that are laid out in the intricate settings. There are behead­ings and strug­gles, collections and a little bit of obsessive compulsion in Poggio's masterful illustrations and paintings.

Juxtapoz Magazine - A look back at "Ulysses" by Miles Donovan

We first saw the Ulysses series by Miles Donovan in London back in 2012 and thought we would take a look back at the fantastic collages, a "serie...

We first saw the Ulysses series by Miles Donovan in London back in 2013 and thought we would take a look back at the fantastic collages, a "series of images from the missing space probe Ulysses." Great collage ideas, juxtaposing images of deep space with those of both the common tourist and street scenes. Perhaps we will see some space tourists in 2014...

Milos "Sholim" Rajkovic: surrealist, Gilliamesque animations from Serbia

Milos “Sholim” Rajkovic is like a Belgradian anti-war Terry Gilliam, who produces the most remarkable surreal animations made from decomposed heads — authority figures like genera…

Milos "Sholim" Rajkovic is like a Belgradian anti-war Terry Gilliam, who produces the most remarkable surreal animations made from decomposed heads -- authority figures like generals and ranking clerics are a favorite -- filled with weird gears, fleshy pulsing puckers, crazy clocks, tiny frantic people, and more. I could watch this stuff all day long.

patrick hruby – overview

The Panono Camera contains an accelerometer, which — when the camera is tossed up — measures the launch acceleration to calculate when the ball will reach its apex. Right there, where it is barely moving before its descent, the 36 fixed-focus cameras fire at the same time to take a 72 megapixel, high-resolution, full-spherical image. A complete 360° X 360° memory is captured.

Saner “El Cenit Del Venado” @ Fifty24MX Gallery, Mexico City

Over the weekend, Saner opened his newest exhibition “El Cenit Del Venado" at Fifty24MX Gallery in Mexico City. This new body of work consisted of acrylic paintings, ink drawings and sculptures, all presented in a dim lit setting. Saner wrote about the exhibition saying, “The zenith refers to the time when the sun and the moon aligns in the sky above us, and it´s used as a metaphor of those instants where the human being is able to get out of the daily routine and be present, being able to connect with the Great Spirit.”

Juxtapoz Magazine - "Mr. Dictator Head" and Other Sculptures by Stephen Ives

The all-popular Mr. Potato Head gets a fantastic makeover with Melbourne-based artist Stephen Ives series of sculptures, "Mr. Dictator Head."...

The all-popular Mr. Potato Head gets a fantastic makeover with Melbourne-based artist Stephen Ives series of sculptures, "Mr. Dictator Head." The artist's other plastic toy figures are often humorous, sometimes disturbing (as re-assembled toys often are) and always imaginative and inspired.

Juxtapoz Magazine - "Invasions" begin in NYC

With the NYC premier of his short film opening tomorrow night at the Sunshine Cinema, Invader has declared (like many others right now) the Rotten App...

Invader has declared (like many others right now) the Rotten Apple to be his current playground for installing mosaic tile works

Juxtapoz Magazine - China Re-imagined by North Korean Propaganda Artists

Presented earlier this month at Beijing Design Week, The Beautiful Future, is a series of paintings made in Pyongyang, North Korea by a handful of pro...

Presented earlier this month at Beijing Design Week, The Beautiful Future, is a series of paintings made in Pyongyang, North Korea by a handful of propaganda artists

The Fran Forman Interview: Assembling Magic

Photographic artist Fran Forman  has been stirring the photography pot, creating a recipe for alchemical thinking and new ways of seeing the world . She comes to the task with all the right ingrediants having held a succession of positions in the fields o

sensitivity to the inner self and psychological thinking, plus her technical skill sets and a passion for surrealism, paradox, and illusion results in a process that allows her to assemble…magic.

Juxtapoz Magazine - Best of 2013: Jake & Dinos Chapman "The Sum of All Evil" @ White Cube Gallery

Not that we want to deter you from looking at these images, but no picture will do this exhibition justice. I can go on and on about how intriguing th...

Not that we want to deter you from looking at these images, but no picture will do this exhibition justice. I can go on and on about how intriguing the work is, how the Chapman brothers have perhaps made the biggest noise during Basel week in Hong Kong, but even that would not give enough credit to how incredible the diorama pieces of The Sum of All Evil really are.

Juxtapoz Magazine - Update: Borderline Disturbing Comics from Joan Cornella

Its no secret that the misfortunes of others are often humorous, in the most sinful ways. Artist and illustrator Joan Cornella has make a career...

Wait ... What? The photographers who worked the Yankees game and who saw or heard what happened during the Suzuki hit were perplexed. How did she get this picture? A few compared Debby Wong's image their own pictures and to others. The background looked different, one said. The swing and follow-through didn't look quite the same, another photographer said

Mark Ryden

When I got the announcement for drkrm's recently opened exhibition: Common Ground: New American Street Photography, curated by Stephen McLaren and featuring the work of 5 photographers that I admire greatly, needless to say I was more than a little bit excited. These American photographers are changing the nature of street photography and giving us yet another way to view the world. The exhibition will be on view from July 6 through July 27, 2013.

Wild In The Streets Documentary Depicts Day in the Life of Street Artist Jilly Ballistic

The short documentary "Wild In The Streets: Jilly Ballistic" follows street artist Jilly Ballistic as she posts her cheeky computer dialog boxes and

the residents of a glass-walled luxury residential building across the street had no idea they were being photographed and they never consented to being subjects for the works of art that are now on display - and for sale - in a Manhattan gallery

A Visual Compendium of Cameras by Pop Chart Lab

"A Visual Compendium of Cameras" is an illustrated print by Pop Chart Lab that features "100 landmark cameras tracing photography’s history from the 1888

an illustrated print by Pop Chart Lab that features “100 landmark cameras tracing photography’s history from the 1888 Kodak to today’s digital wonders.” It is available to purchase online

Tanja Szekessy

Salgado, who spent much of the past nine years trekking to the last wild places on earth to take the pictures collected in his new photography book, Genesis (Taschen; 520 pages), a window into the primordial corners of creation.

Slinkachu's "War Child" photos

More “tiny people” installation photos by Slinkachu, whose work is compiled in several books including the recent Global Model Village. The pieces featured above and below were commissi…