Meeting Ireland's Master Craftsmen

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 22, 2014
We’re quick to get out of the cities. Apart from throwing our bags in the hotel, we go straight to Kildare from Dublin airport where we meet Garvan De Bruir, head of leather brand De Bruir, and Teddy—his massive dog. In the two buildings he’s designed and built himself, Garvan shows us just how he can make two materials, leather and wood, do whatever he wants. The hinges on his cabinets are leather; his tie a thick length of the same.

The Photography of Gabriel Isak

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 22, 2014
We started the morning looking at photography manipulator Gabriel Isak's "The Shadow and the Self" series (the one with the blue backgrounds) but then fell into a bunch of his work and found a selection for you today. Born in Sweden, "Gabriel is currently residing in San Francisco where he is pursuing his dream as a photographer at Academy of Art University."

"Plein Soleil" by Anaïs Boileau

Photography // Monday, December 22, 2014
Created as a final for her studies at ECAL, Anaïs Boileau's series Plein Soleil features Latin architecture and middle aged sunbathers. Uncovering this beachside community's lust for the exotic, Boileau's images are bright and sunny, mixed with a subtle irony. The final images lie somewhere between documentary and fiction.

Best of 2014: Madlib, Art and the Alter Ego

Vault // Monday, December 22, 2014
In our August cover story Madlib, "Egon" Alapatt, Freddie Gibbs, and Jason Jägel sit down to discuss sampling, being born into music, and the art of the Fringe.

Get Hyped for Charlie Kaufman’s “Anomalisa”

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 22, 2014
Charlie Kaufman, the man behind such films as “Being John Malkovich” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” has just wrapped his new stop motion animation film, “Anomalisa.” The release date is still unknown (and behind schedule) but some sneak previews and behind-the-scenes peeks can be found...

The Insects’ Christmas, 1913

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 22, 2014
If you’ve had enough of Rudolph and Frosty this holiday season, have a look at one of the first examples of stop motion animation from 1913, “The Insects’ Christmas” by Russian filmmaker Wladyslaw Starewi.

Best of 2014: A New Kind of Beauty

Photography // Monday, December 22, 2014
From 2008-2010, London-based photographer Phillip Toledano developed a body of work that focused on the extreme side of plastic surgery. Through traditional lighting techniques, Toledano highlights the contours of his physically altered subjects’ skin and focuses on the sculptural aspect of their modified bodies. 

REKA One in San Francisco

Street Art // Monday, December 22, 2014
REKA One just dropped a nice little ditty (actually a massive ditty) in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. The mural features his signature, swirling hot and cold color palette, bringing some much-needed energy to the block.

video: Sofles in Paris Part Deux

Graffiti // Sunday, December 21, 2014
Sofles just dropped part 2 of him painting in Paris over 2 summers with friends Gomer, Dashe, and Babs.

The work of Bob Willoughby

Photography // Sunday, December 21, 2014
Popular Photography called Bob Willoughby "The man who virtually invented the photojournalistic motion picture still." Willoughby was the first “outside” photographer hired by the major studios for the magazine, and was the link between filmmakers and major magazines of the time, such as Like and Look.
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