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  1. Juxtapoz Poster Art

    Juxtapoz Poster Art

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />208 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.3 x 1 inches</p><p>The third book in an ongoing series from the seminal West Coast art and culture magazine, Juxtapoz Poster Art focuses on the art of screen print posters. In the past 10 years screen printing has ballooned in popularity and a new class of artists has emerged. These artists stepped away from the psychedelic posters of the '60s and developed their own aesthetic-incorporating everything from hand-drawn type to found objects. Their posters have become sought-after collectors items for art and music fans alike. Featured artists include: Jason Munn, Michael Motorcycle, Little Friends of Printmaking, Jesse LeDoux, ThinkMule, Paul Insect, Seripop, Brandy Flower, Aesthetic Apparatus, Decoder Ring, Nick Butcher, Rocky Grimes, Tyler Stout, Tim Gough and more.</p>
  2. Juxtapoz Handmade

    Juxtapoz Handmade

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />208 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.3 x 1 inches</p><p>Handmade is a carefully curated book in the ongoing Juxtapoz series which collects handicrafts that transcend the cliches of the contemporary movement. These objects are indeed works of art, created with lashings of passion, whimsy and humor. Subject matter varies from foodstuff to robots and materials run the gamut from cardboard and paper to cloth, porcelain, metal, wool and yarn. All have been molded, etched, knitted or stitched into surprising shapes and forms from a knitted TV Dinner to a miniature streetscape. These are works that have crossed the boundary between craft, design and contemporary art, many worthy of exhibition in galleries and museums. From the vivid colors and definitive lines of Nicole Gastonguay's knitted sardine can to the candid realism of Sara Escamilla's cast footwear and clothing, each is in a class of its own. Other artists featured include Megan Whitworth, Stephanie Munroe, Saelee Oh, Diem Chau and Anna Serrano.</p>
  3. Juxtapoz Dark Arts

    Juxtapoz Dark Arts

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />208 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.3 x 1 inches</p><p>This book is all about an art form that aims to be unsettling and has its roots in the 20th Century. Some people make a connection between dark art and gothic subculture, others simply associate it with the metaphysical, the disturbing or the nightmarish. However you perceive it, this art form is now part of mainstream culture and is becoming ever more popular. It can be found in all sorts of media including advertising, television, and film. This collection of works compiled by Juxtapoz features today's most talented dark artists, all of whom create a certain mood or emotion in their work that is uniquely theirs. Some are especially lush in detail and color such as those by Wendy Cogan-Toyoda; others more minimalist such as Irana Douer's hidden treasure nudes. Artists featured include Cleon Peterson, Richard Colman, Seonna Hong, Marci Washington, Caroline Hwang, Alex Pardee, Suzanne Sattler and more.</p>
  4. Juxtapoz Illustration

    Juxtapoz Illustration

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />192 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.3 x 1 inches</p><p>In this first volume, Juxtapoz Illustration, artists such as MODE 2, Grotesk, KozynDan, Mike Giant, James Jean, Evan Hecox, Alex Pardee, Jeremy Fish and Morning Breath are briefly profiled and then allowed the space to let their work do the talking. While all of the artists featured in this volume have experienced professional success and artistic accolades, they remain accessible to the commercial client and art collector alike representing this phenomenal modern movement perfectly.</p>
  5. Juxtapoz Car Culture

    Juxtapoz Car Culture

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />216 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.3 x 1 inches</p><p>Leave it to Juxtapoz to fully cram the best artists from the hot rod, low rider, and kustom kulture world into one book. It's pure eye candy for existing fans and an aesthetic eye opener for everyone else. Written by underground journalist Kevin Thomson, and edited by Robert Williams in conjunction with the Juxtapoz team, this book is full on graphic auto action from cover to cover. It features core respresentatives of the scene originators such as Von Dutch and Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, together with contemporary maniacs like Coop, Keith Weesner, and Von Franco. Juxtapoz Car Culture provides the unique opportunity to fill your imaginary tank and zoom into a segment of the real world populated by those totally devoted to car culture. Packed with meaty profiles on featured artists together with cartoonists, stripers, painters and photographers working in the field, this book is indeed one of a kind.</p>
  6. Juxtapoz Tattoo

    Juxtapoz Tattoo

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />208 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.3 x 1 inches</p><p>The second book in an ongoing series from the seminal West Coast art and culture magazine, Juxtapoz Tattoo focuses on a subject very dear to the inked hearts of its readers. Most of the featured artists came up at the beginning of Tattoo s modern renaissance in the mid 1990 s, hungry for a new approach, but steeped nonetheless in the traditions of their craft. Whether these gifted tattooists are creating a modern twist on a classic archetype, or pushing the boundaries of the future primitives aesthetic, innovation is the common goal. Featured tattooists include; Troy Penning, Alex McWatt, Brian Randolph and Chris O Donnell of New York Adorned, Scott Campbell, Daniel Trocchio, Steve Boltz, Bert Krak, Henry Lewis, Joseph Ari Aloi, Jason Schroder, Eli Quinters and more.</p>
  7. Juxtapoz Erotica

    Juxtapoz Erotica

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    <p><img src="{{media url="/Juxtapoz_logo.jpg"}}" alt="" /></p><p><em>Published by Gingko Press</em><br />Hardcover<br />188 pages<br />Full colour<br />10.5 x 8.2 x 1 inches</p><p>Sexuality is one of the most enigmatic facets of the human psyche. Writers and artists have spent untold ink in an effort to unravel the mysteries of our libidinous tendencies. Juxtapoz Erotica features titillating explorations of the subject matter by two dozen of the most exciting artists working today. Some featured works are meticulously illustrated, some abstract in style, some realistic, some forays into fantastic worlds that fuel the imagination.</p>

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