Juxtapoz Art and Culture magazine was established by California artist Robert Williams in 1994 to document an exploding art movement emanating largely from the West Coast of the United States. In the intervening years, this movement has gone global and Juxtapoz has rebranded and reimagined itself to better represent a generation of artists intent on working outside the ossified art establishment.
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This is a fantastic source of inspiration for artists and non-artists alike.Published 11 months ago by John Philip King
Was glad to get this book. Love flipping through it and checking out some cool art. A nice art book to add to your collection.Published 17 months ago by Matthew W.
It was an ok collection of works, just not what I was looking for. There were few artists whose works I enjoy, so I returned it.Published 18 months ago by Tamka
I bought this book, but the order has been cancelled. It says it's out of stock, yet when I searched for it again it appears on stock. Read more
This is a nice collection of illustrators. You'll see some familiar names from comics and commercial art. the style is mostly low-brow, I'd say.Published 22 months ago by Joshua Davis
Juxtapoz has been doing a great job with the art books they have released. This one is no different. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Guilherme Alan Cuer
This book is a awesome source of research and great sum of the actual Street art and illustrations scenario around the world.Published on April 17, 2013 by keops Ferraz
My boyfriend and I love art. I love Juxtapoz, so this made a really great birthday present for him. This book is a great collection of contemporary illustrators.Published on March 11, 2013 by R. Gurley