LEGO Thriller Animation by Annette Jung

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 09, 2013
Annette Jung of Talking Animals animation studio has reenacted the beginning to MIchael Jackson's "Thriller" video in stop-motion LEGO. By using the bricks as pixels, Jung even used the bottom side of the bricks for slight changes in darkness and layered them to create depth. Would love to see the whole video! Watch it after the jump...

New Saner Mural in Mexico

Street Art // Sunday, September 08, 2013
Mexican muralist, Saner, recently completed a new piece that looks straight out of a storybook in Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico. The artist painted surreal purple plants on the left, while a masked person fishes among a number of creatures in red waters. Even bird with houses on top of their heads can be seeing passing by.

The Art of Ling Jian

Erotica // Saturday, September 07, 2013
Ling Jian was born in Shangdong Province, China. He creates captivating and sometimes provocative massive canvases that portray the eastern imagination in a sexy, bizarre way. The doe-eyed beauties, some of them clad in military uniforms, expose hidden wounds and silent tears. 

Emmeline Pidgen Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, September 07, 2013
Emmeline Pidgen is a gold-award winning illustrater fighting her way through the freelance jungle. Her work specializes in strong usage of character, color and narrative for both children and adults. She has recently been shortlisted as one of the five nominees for the Design Week Rising Star Award 2013. Her first picture book "The Flyaway Blanket" won the Gold Award for bedtime stories. Her artwork is reassuring, utilizing a bright palette, sweeping lines and plenty of attention to mother-child tenderness. 

Doggie Diner Heads Crocheted by Olek in San Francisco

Street Art // Saturday, September 07, 2013
If you have lived in the Bay Area for any significant amount of time, chances are you have seen these three bizarre dog heads loitering around in various locations. They always pop up where you least expect them to be!  As if their presence was not strange enough already, crochet artist, Olek made a trip to San Francisco and added some serious colorm, transforming them into an impossible not to notice spectacle.

Video: JADE BTM RIP

Graffiti // Saturday, September 07, 2013
The graffiti community has lost so many great talents over the last few years, with Jade being the most recent. Check out this video showing the effortless ability Jade possessed using a single spray can. A genuine hand style craftsman of the game.

Nuart 2013: Street Pieces, Part 1

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 07, 2013
As we showed you yesterday, we have been in Stavanger, Norway this week for the Nuart Festival, and as you probably know by now, each year the artists complete murals and street pieces around the town. Here is a look at the first series of street pieces, from David Choe, Martin Whatson, Vhils, ROA, Strok, Hush, and Ernest Zacharevic. More to come...

Bec Winnel 'Earthly Beings' @ Thinkspace

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 06, 2013
New work entitled Earthly Beings by Australian artist Bec Winnel will be on view in the Thinkspace project room on Saturday, September 7th, with an opening reception at 6pm. An accomplished illustrator, Winnel's portraiture combines the illustrative precision of a graphic artist with the sophistication and emotiveness of a painter. The ethereal quality of the artist's work is the result of carefully accreted layers of color and pencil. 

111 Minna Gallery’s 20th Anniversary w/ Last Gasp

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 06, 2013
111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco will be celebrating their 20th Anniversary with Last Gasp and a stellar group exhibition comprised of some of the finest artists who built their foundations in the San Francisco art community and whose profound influences flourishes in the Bay Area, across the nation and over seas. The exhibition and celebration will take place tonight, Friday, September 6th at 5pm and will inlcude original works by a plethora of fantastic artists, many of whom have graced our covers, been featured in the magazine, and have long been part of the Juxtapoz family and community: Ron English, Jeremy Fish, Sam Flores, Doze Green, Don Ed Hardy, Jay Howell, Jason Jagel, Josh Keyes, Ferris Plock, Rich Powell, Mark Ryden, Oliver Vernon, Robert Williams, and many more!

HOTTEA Transforms Williamsburg bridge walkway into Rainbow tunnel

Street Art // Friday, September 06, 2013
The pedestrian walkway along the Williamsburg Bridge in New York was transformed into a tunnel-like rainbow experience courtesy of Minneapolis artist, HOTTEA. The installation which covers a large portion of the beginning of the Brooklyn side, consists of over 2000 strands of yarn and took over 11 hours to install with the help of assistants. Our predictions are that “Rituals” will likely remain until the city takes it upon themselves to remove it or some drunk thinks it’s amusing to mess it up, both plausible outcomes relevent to that location.

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