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A Tower of Graffiti Takes Center Stage In Downtown LA – PRINT Magazine

A trio of abandoned downtown Los Angeles buildings transformed into a graffiti canvas in a matter of days. In the last few months, anonymous taggers have systematically claimed the luxury apartment buildings across the street from Crypto.com Arena & LA Live in the dead of the night. Each tagger left their mark on one of…

Juxtapoz Magazine, Nothing Personal: The Back Office of War

Photographer: “Almost every day, we see images of war and destruction on the news. The expenditure on weapons is breaking records.” Nikita Téryoshin. His new book, Nothing Personal—The Back Office of War, goes behind the curtains of the global defense business, a dizzying oversized playground for adults with wine, finger food, and shiny weapons, very much the…

The Monotype Type Trends 2024 Report is Here! – PRINT Magazine

There are a few highlights in the typography world that they can look forward to every year. Monotype Type Trends Report was released by the experts of the Monotype Type Trends Report. Herald font foundryThe key typographic trends they have predicted for the next year are revealed. And guess what? Today’s the day for 2024!…

Juxtapoz Magazine Taylor White Has a Meat Dream

We showcased a few weeks ago Taylor White‘s work is in our A PortfolioWhite’s solo show is a great success. Meat DreamViewing the. L21 GalleryPalma, Spain. In this recent body of work, we encounter unstable houses, and vibrating office chairs – transforming these archetypes into complex, movement-desperate structures, reminiscent of sculptural images. We can imagine…

The Eames Archive is Open to the Public for the First Time Ever – PRINT Magazine

The team over at The Eames Institute of Infinite Curiosity is at it again within their commitment to preserve the legacy of their torchbearers Ray and Charles Eames— perhaps you’ve heard of them?  via Nicholas Calcott After launching their “An Eames of Your Own” guide last year via their online magazine Kazam!, The Eames Institute…

Juxtapoz Magazine Kristy Morno and “The Company We Keep”.

OCHIWe are pleased to present The Company We KeepArtist, a new exhibition of work by Kristy Mooney. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The Company We KeepThe new ceramic vessels, wall works, and figures celebrate female friendship, sisterhood, chosen community, and the power of choice. Moreno creates worlds where female protagonists…

Juxtapoz Magazine, Cindy Sherman’s Digital Transformations Continue the Exploration of the Malleable Self

Preeminent American artist Cindy ShermanThe first time her work has been shown in the United States, she unveils her new body of works Hauser & Wirth’sWooster Street in New York City. The exhibition features approximately 30 new works and marks Sherman’s return to the historic SoHo district where, in the late 1970s, she debuted her…