Andrew Schoultz has built a permanent public artwork for Juxtapoz and Mana Urban Arts. Combination skate park, painting, and sculpture, the installation in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami.

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Andrew Schoultz's Infinity Plaza Skate Park at Mana Wynwood
Before he was coined The Prince of Pop Art, Andy Warhol was one of the most highly sought out graphic designers in Manhattan. Before making his mark d...

Andy Warhol: Early Record Covers
Beautiful drawings by Medellin, Colombia-based artist Alejandro García Restrepo.

Drawings by Alejandro García Restrepo
"I call my new approach 'One Hit Wonder.' If I can achieve the desired finish in one hit, then it works." —Conor Harrington

Conor Harrington: Stakes Is High
With inspirations as diverse as Old Master portraits, pin-ups, pornography, and B-movies, Currin paints ideational yet challengingly perverse images of women, from lusty nymphs and dour matrons to more ethereal feminine prototypes.

John Currin's Classical Nasty (Very NSFW)
If a leap in your art career doesn’t make you feel just a bit nervous and fearful, it’s probably not a leap at all in the first place. This fall, Conor Harrington made the leap, hit it straight on, and it’s starting to look beautiful on the other side.

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A virtual skate through Andrew Schoultz's Infinity Plaza in Miami, now open to the public!

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Instagram video by Andrew Schoultz • Nov 30, 2016 at 7:12pm UTC
Currently going down at the #JuxtapozClubhouse in Miami, Milk Media has opened Scott Campbell's "Whole Glory" in which you can get a free tattoo!

The catch: you have to put your arm through a hole in the wall and let Scott do whatever he wants!
Ben Cuevas utilizes the medium of knitting to explore and challenge the gendered constructs and physical limitations of the craft. Check out this enti...

A Hand-Knit Skeleton From Ben Cuevas
This is not only when viewed online or in print, when much of the depth and detail is lost, but even up close. Even at touching distance, many viewers don’t realize that they are looking at many layers, and shades, of denim jeans.

Art Made Entirely out of Denim
Infinity Plaza is a combination of skate park, painting, and sculpture: a permanent public artwork that Schoultz has created for the Mana Wynwood community.

Andrew Schoultz's Skateable Public Art in Miami
See you all in Miami! #JuxtapozClubhouse #ArtBasel
Our new January 2017 issue!

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Conor Harrington will say the humble thing, that he isn’t a scholar of history, but his unique fascination with the performance of diplomacy and the rituals of compromise and war have made his paintings seem uniquely of-the-moment while rendered...

Issue Preview: January 2017 with Conor Harrington
She’s stoked on skating, sisterhood and Star Trek. Why wouldn’t Thrasher want to team up with Robin Eisenberg for an upcoming clothing line?

Robin Eisenberg: Stars in Her Eyes
Nadia Lee Cohen lives in an alternate universe to the one we’re all familiar with. Her vision of 60’s and 70’s Americana is a hyper-real world, where...

Nadia Lee Cohen’s Hyper-Real Americana (nsfw)
The Construction of Frida Kahlo's identity.

via Cultura Colectiva +, NOWNESS
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The group cleared the original landscape of the middle panel of Bosch’s painting and reconstructed it into a hallucinatory 4K animation. The creatures that populate this indoor playground embody the excesses and desires of 21st century.

A Contemporary Interpretation of The Garden of Earthly Delights
Witch hunting was common in Europe in the Middle Ages. But, there is one story that is remembered even today. A certain witch in the Belalp region was accused of being responsible for her husband's death, and was burned at stake. Now, this story is c

Christina Forrer's Witch-Inspired Tapestries