Music Video: Grizzly Bear "gun-shy" and Animated Gifs

Music // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Grizzly Bear's newest LP, Shields, has generated a few tasty treats in the artistic music video department, but our favorite track on said album, "gun-shy", just received both animated gif and music video work by director Kris Moyes. Watch as members of Grizzly Bear look at you with creepy eyes, do their own doctor's examinations on themselves, and go a bit Dali on you.

New Paintings by Jules de Balincourt

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Jules de Balincourt is a French-born, American-based painter currently living in New York. His colorful and "faux-naif" painting style accompanied with scathing and witty social commentary make him a favorite. Here are some of his paintings from the last year.

Music Video: Flying Lotus "Zodiac Shit" for Adult Swim

Music // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Adam 'Lilfuchs' Fuchs is the brains behind this epic 'Flying Lotus - Zodiac Sh*t' animation that was created for Adult Swim. He performs feats that delight and astound, and as animation director at Turner Studios, he has chased wild scribbles through the badlands of television, inked epic doodles over mountains of print and apparel, and has driven herds of untamed mental concoctions into the Lands of Milk and Approval. He is based in Atlanta, GA.

Embroidery With Adult Themes by Ana Teresa Barboza

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
We have had an affinity for embroidery art over the years, with our Handmade Art book heavy on the medium. When we came across Ana Teresa Barboza's mixed media, embroidery art this past evening, we loved the combination of mediums made for an almost 3D experience. We like to say adult-themed, because you rarely see a little loving between the sheets down with a needle and thread, threading the needle, or however you want to say it.

The Works of Guim Tió Zarraluki

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Barcelona based artist Guim Tió Zarraluki creates his abstracted portrait illustrations with a unique method that he has adapted to the majority of his work. By altering fashion magazine images, he creates these oil-pastel covered, strange/beautiful, bug-eyed girls with delicate features and lovely lips that we can't help but admire.

Broken Fingaz in London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Last month, several murals were painted in London by Tant and Unga who work under the collective name “Broken Fingaz.” We thought these two packed the most punch, enjoy.

Gamemasters from Travis Millard

Illustration // Monday, January 28, 2013
Gamemasters is an animated telephone call, created by Earles & Jensen with Eighty Four Films. The illustrated art was created by Los Angeles based creative Travis Millard, with animation magic by Jim Dirschberger. Prepare to get your mind warped out of your skull through your eye sockets.

Preview: How Nosm "Late Confessions" @ 557 West 23rd Street, NYC

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 28, 2013
We got a little sneak peek and some detail shots of Late Confessions, the name of identical twins How & Nosm debut solo exhibition in New York City in a temporary space presented by Jonathan LeVine Gallery located at 557 West 23rd Street in Chelsea. The talented artists are presenting an impressive collection of works and on-site installations that expands their universe into the physical space.

A Carpet Made Entirely of Toy Army Soldiers

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 28, 2013
It may hurt your feet, but the design and formation is incredible. The collective, We Make Carpets, consisting of Marcia Nolte, Stijn van der Vleuten and Bob Waardenburg, "mix traditional skills and a critical view of the consumer society in unusual carpets." In this instance, they made a carpet out of plastic green and gold toy soldiers, in conjunction with Dutch Design Week 2010.

Cyprien Gaillard and the Neon Cleveland Indian

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 28, 2013
Sometimes, the randomness of what icons make it into fine art blow our minds. Yes, the logo and mascot of the Cleveland Indians baseball team is iconic and has a certain vintage Americana design, but we would never thought it would be the basis of a fine art project, or public art project, in Berlin of all places. In 2011, fine artist Cyprien Gaillard placed the 10m tall Neon Indian on the Haus der Statistik at the Alexanderplatz in Berlin, putting it completely out of its baseball context.

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