Art is constantly changing, continually evolving and adapting itself to the culture and new trends of each generation. One of the best things about art is that it is a representation of how artists think or feel about certain subjects, of reality combining with creativity and imagination. Whereas traditional art is somewhat limiting, modern art is more freeing and edgy. In the past, graffiti is considered obscene writing on the wall, but now graffiti and its different forms are accepted. If you are a true artist, liberated, seeking for inspiration, looking forward to more contemporary arts, embracing anything that is aesthetically appealing, then Juxtapoz Magazine will certainly appeal to you.
Juxtapoz magazine is more than just a publication. It is an art form in itself, a vehicle for bringing the most contemporary and edgiest art to anyone who would like to acquaint himself with art in its various forms. Juxtapoz is available in both print and digital version; the latter can be subscribed to digitally and is accessible on iPad, Android, iOS, AIR, WEB OS and RIM devices. If you are an art lover, Juxtapox Digital Magazine is for you. Art professors and students can strongly benefit from its pages, the representations created by the artists, the bold and colorful pages of its glossy pictures. Though geared toward teens and hip adults, Juxtapoz for iPad is great for all ages, especially for those who are non-conservative and non-conformists.
It features include the latest modern gadgets on drawing, as well as articles on contemporary artists ranging from painters, sculptures, photographers and cartoonist, their portfolios and sketches. You will certainly be captured by the vibrant quality of art found Juxtapox Magazine in iPad. It is an encompassing view of art, portraying both its bright and dark side. It speaks boldly in its own language, and it is leave you confounded, yet definitely more alive. It will make you think. What else can you expect from the brainchild of world-renowned artist and father of cartoon surrealism Robin Williams?