Video: Elmer X Read The Label

Graffiti // Saturday, December 20, 2014
In this new video, Detroit writer Elmer took to one of Detroit's many abandoned spots to paint a piece for the folks over at Read The Label.

"One" by Harry Gould Harvey

Photography // Saturday, December 20, 2014
Harry Gould Harvey’s One is the first part of a three part project with the intent of exploring contemporary punk culture. The book One explores the ambiguity of sexuality within the subculture and the surfaces that surround it. The photographs here-in look to explore tropes and visually stimulating imagery within punk. 

Camille Seaman’s stunning 10 year photographic exploration of our disappearing icebergs

Photography // Friday, December 19, 2014
When a flight was overbooked, Camille Seaman voluntarily gave up her seat in exchange for a round-trip ticket to Alaska; a choice that that would alter her direction in life permanently. Seaman explains, “That’s the first time [that I understood] I was standing on my planet,” she says. “Not just a planet or earth, but my planet.” 

Scene Report: Los Angeles

Graffiti // Friday, December 19, 2014
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers this week’s Los Angeles Scene Report.

Best of 2014: Shepard Fairey in the July Issue

Vault // Friday, December 19, 2014
"If you don't know Shepard Fairey, you know Shepard Fairey. You have encountered an Obey Giant sticker before, I guarantee There's a chance that you, your son, or daughter is wearing an Obey shirt right now. Unless you were living under a rock in 2008, you saw an Obama "HOPE" poster, and it probably gave you pause, whether you voted for the man or now.

Best of 2014: Glamour Shots for Goats

Photography // Friday, December 19, 2014
Having recently graduate from the Masters program at Rhode Island School of Design, Brooklyn based photographer Rob MacInnis’s series “Farm Family” combines studio lighting with the animals that we mainly look to for food. 

“Locked in the Ether” by Kenji Shibata

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 19, 2014
Japanese artist Kenji Shibata has frozen flowers and the result is poignant: photographs that are both beautiful and halting. His “Locked in the Ether” photo series is reminiscent of watercolors. Shibata’s sensitivity and composition make him an artist to watch.

Kamasugar Lollipops by Massimo Gammacurta

Erotica // Friday, December 19, 2014
The latest conceptual still life project by Italian born photographer Massimo Gammacurta is his Kamasugar lollipops, edible classic kama sutra positions in candy form. With the impressive colors, these erotic lollies are a sweet expression of passion.

Maggie West Explores the Sensuality of Plant Life

Erotica // Friday, December 19, 2014
"Anthophilia" is a photographic series by Maggie West that explores the sensuality of plants in conjunction with human sexuality. The curves and lines of the individual flora are echoed in the shape of the body. The deep blues and jewel tones throughout the work enhance the surreal tone of the series. In each photo, the model's mood is directly affected by the structure of the plant. With the Heliconia (big red plant) she stands strong and rigid whereas with the Calla Lily she is more soft and delicate.

Favorite Music Videos of 2014: Spoon "Do You" by Hiro Murai

Music // Thursday, December 18, 2014
Spoon's 2014 LP "They Want My Soul" was on constant rotation in the Juxtapoz office almost all of the latter half of 2014, and will go down (along with Pinata, Black Messiah, Our Love, Here and Nowhere Else, I Never Learn) as one of our favorites of the year. We spoke with Spoon's Britt Daniel about the band's visual career in the print mag, and for the track "Do You" they teamed with the great Hiro Murai on this video. 
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