Our winter issue is hitting the streets. Phew! We made it through 2020.
A stylish, contemporary restoration in St. Augustine.
Spontaneity, ambiguity, and intention drive Tenny Rudolph’s timeless imagery
In years to come historians will certainly have a lot to say about 2020. A world gripped by an open-ended global pandemic, reckoning with equality and …
New Cummer exhibit puts Crystal Floyd, Lili Yuan, Dustin Harewood on the walls and on your tee.
Albert Emma collects rare skate decks. A Northeast Florida surfer-skater and former owner of the beloved but not-long-for-this world Square One Ska…
Gibson deploys clean lines and a cheery late-60s/early 70s psychedelic-surf-era color palette to tackle taboo subjects like mental illness.
New and wildly entertaining video from electro-pop artist mixes is a colorful melodrama.
If our fall 2020 issue doesn't get you hyped on Jax, check your pulse!
If you're a fan of creative print design, unique interior decor and architecture, or are simply keen on a dose of escapism, Surf Shacks Vol. 2 is a worth a look.
Local artists continue to drive civic engagement, this time with the 2020 census.
From surf film soundtracks to pro surfing scuccess, Curren has carved out her own distinctive path.
A studio visit with artist Julissa Marie and a sneak peek into Void's September 2020 issue.
Our September 2020 issue is eighty-four pages of cool people doing cool things.
We're celebrating our new issue with these limited edition artsy-not-fartsy local art bundles, cribbed from the contents of our September mag.
A group show featuring the works of five emerging local artists provides an aesthetically interesting window into a world turned upside down.
For proof of Florida's prevailing allure, look no further than the century's-worth of vintage picture-postcards on display in the new exhibit "Four-Color Florida."
An interview with Jax-based author Tim Gilmore about his new book and the city's claim to infamy.
Ambitious new mural project hopes to not only augment downtown Jacksonville, but define it.
A heavy hitting list of local arts impact players and a can't-miss event.
Graphic designer and illustrator Kendrick Kidd's line of VAN products features clean and radical lines.
Three issues in and Radx Magazine has already had an outsized impact on the community it seeks to cover.
Riverside-based art gallery has earned a reputation for truly unique installations.
Tell us who and what is #1 in the 904.
Rosalie Lagao's events bring together a broad spectrum of sundry salespeople: record distributors, performers, vintage hustlers, event promoters, small businesses, and hawkers of yard sale finds.