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Exterface brings you their first official poster collection, available now at the Exterface Store. Iconic pictures from MUTO history have just gotten bigger and can be yours to own, using high quality paper to make sure they can withstand all the attention you'll be giving them.
Much to share from NY-based artist Androxx today featuring models Diego Krauss and Brett Staal.
First up, Diego Krauss in "Live To Tell" (above and on a href="http://www.ethansays.com/2013/01/androxx-diego-krauss-brett-stall-.html#more">next page). "Live To Tell" will be available at Androxx's upcoming show (details below) in an edition of 10. The actual size of the piece is 16" x 20".
Below the invite is Brett Staal in a never-before-posted piece titled "Like A Virgin." Brett is also featured in "Art Is" (next page)...one of the 20 pieces that will be at the show. It's about 18" x 20" and also limited to an edition of 10.
Continuing with his project to combine photography & text with beautiful faces & bodies, NYC-based artist Androxx offers up two new pieces, "Words" and "Milkshake," featuring Caio Cesar. Each is available in an edition of ten signed, numbered prints measuring, on average, 16" x 20". Available at Androxx.com.
Androxx's erotically-charged and thought-provoking debut gallery show opens February 7 at the Jadite Gallery (413 W. 50th St.) in Hell's Kitchen.
NYC-based visual artist Androxx has embarked on a project that combines photography, text and some of the world’s most beautiful faces and bodies. Androxx hopes to take us all on a trip that's erotically-charged and thought-provoking (and fun).
"I'll Be Your Mirror" featuring Sebastian Sauvé (below) is available as an edition of 25 signed, numbered prints. Available at Androxx.com.
I'm always happy to showcase Ross Watson's new artwork - and his amazing talent. Featured today are two of his newest masterpieces with actors Luke Evans (Untitled #02-12 after Caravaggio, 1594, above) and Stevie Webb (Untitled #03-12 after Viouet, 1640, next page).
Luke Evans' inclusion in Caravaggio's Cardsharps appears to increase the sense of tension and suspense in this dramatic new painting to be included in the London exhibition opening next week.
Luke Evans modeled for Watson during the filming of the Hobbit in New Zealand, playing the role of 'Bard the Bowman'. The handsome and charismatic Evans' career has the trajectory of a rocket, starring in 'The Raven', 'The Three Musketeers' and 'The Immortals'.
Artist Paul Richmond presents his new painting, a self-portrait called "Time For Me To Fly," the first in a series inspired by classic circus, sideshow, and burlesque posters. The series will be featured in am upcoming two-person exhibit at Provincetown's Lyman-Eyer Gallery with Thomas Acevedo, opening Friday, July 6.
Continuing to explore notions of time and mortality in his current series, Cycles&Sequences, Ross Watson has painted Ediz Steel, a musician whose great passion is playing guitar, and who at 15 years of age inhabits the curious period between youth and adulthood.
Caravaggio's 'St John the Baptist' is referenced in this fine painting, which illustrates a striking contrast between Steel's carefree and meditative absorption, and the brooding intensity of St John whose face is cast in deep shadow.
Providing a beautifully subtle element, Watson has aligned the vibrant red tones of Steel's guitar to blend seamlessly with Caravaggio's drapery. The vibrant red and the exquisitely bright yellow-tangerine butterfly are enriched by the complementary opposite olive-emerald green t-shirt between them.
U.K. filmmaker Mike Buonaiuto's 'Adam' is a gay short film raising awareness of the importance of self-acceptance. The film mocks up a futuristic advert for a customisable robot and uses the mechanical metaphor to say we should never seek to control, suppress or silence a person, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. We are not robots.
It's a celebration of true bent pop culture with these "Fantasy" photos by Gabriel Wickbold. Shot specially for RADARX, the photos came out of inspiration from the universe of Pierre & Gilles, where fashion meets surrealism art in an ultra kitsch reality.
Artist/photographer Fernando Bayona presents an updated vision of the life of Jesus Christ in which the characters that appear live a parallel life to the one narrated in biblical texts. It's a kitsch and ironic review that questions what we know about it. Click all photos for a better view.