Stencil Illustrations by Adam Feibelman

Illustration // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Adam Feibelman (Adam5100) makes painstakingly-layered paper cutouts evoking the stunning absence of form in an image. Feibelman was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and started making art as a graffiti artist. That led him to CCA where he won an award for printmaking and illustration. Adam's work has taken on a satirical look, challenging conceptions of modernity and focusing on the realm of spaces as a language to describe forgotten places. 

Interstellar Carpets by Schönstaub

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Talk about giving your room some space, might as well go full galaxy in your office or room or house. Enter the design group, Schönstaub. "Schönstaub is a young design-team from Zurich. The two founders and designers Nadja Stäubli and David Schönen met each other in 2010 while studying at the University of Arts in Zürich. A joint project was the launching idea for a creative cooperation, which culminated in the foundation of Schönstaub."

Paintings by Lora Zombie

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Lora Zombie is a self-taught painter from Russia who has amassed a massive following of fans online over the past few years. Making a name for herself with her "grunge art" painting style, Zombie has exhibited all over the world, including Los Angeles, Toronto, New York, and Russia.

Photographs by Nicola Taylor

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
After leaving her job as a stockbroker, Nicola Taylor's photography career began at the age of 33. Using herself as a model and capturing the images with a remote control, Nicola tells stories of witches, ghosts, spirits, fairies, lost loves, through her series Tales of the Moors Country. The "stories" are inspired by tales and folklore from the North Yorkshire Moors where she grew up. 

A Musical Poster by Trapped in Suburbia

Music // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Trapped in Suburbia has produced a new interactive print, Sounds Poster 1.0, that you can play like an instrument. The poster is the "first design in a series of 'analogue meets digital' experiments." The user places one finger on a tab at the bottom of the poster and then can move the other hand over the different shapes in the poster to create different, very abstract sounds. Watch a video after the jump...

Sculptures by Daniel Arsham

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
This morning we take a look at the work of Ohio-born, New York-based artist Daniel Arsham. Through sculpture, drawing and performance, Arsham challenges our perceptions of physical space in order to make architecture perform the improbable. 

Strainer Shadow Art by Isaac Cordal

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Isaac Cordal continues to produce unique, and creative ways at approaching street art. His small interventions in the big city series featured miniature characters placed on urban streets. In this series, Cement Bleak, Isaac takes kitchen strainers, sculpts human faces into the mesh, and inserts them into the ground. As sunlight or streetlights shines through the strainers, they cast a shadow portrait on the sidewalk.

A Conceptual LEGO Breaking Bad Video Game

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 07, 2013
We have been lamenting that we have to wait so long for the last season of Breaking Bad. Brian Anderson has put the long wait to good use. He has created what a LEGO computer game of Breaking Bad could look like if it were to be made. Nothing wrong with a little meth cooking in a video game, get on it LEGO! Watch a video after the jump...

What's The Time?: The Beastie Boys on Charlie Rose, circa 2007

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 06, 2013
Well, if you want to know about a certain artist, personality, or politician, you let Charlie Rose break them down for you. Known for his interviews with an assortment of celebrities and policy makers, Rose scored an interview with the Beastie Boys in 2007 while in support of their tour for the all instrumental albume, The Mix Up. Because the Beasties rarely gave interviews, this remains one of their best, most playful, and insightful. 

Vote: 2013 Vans Custom Culture Competition

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 06, 2013
In the light of declining funding for art programs across schools in the US, the Vans Custom Culture competition inspires high schools. The annual event asks students to design their own vans. The winner is awarded $50,000 towards their high school art program! There are some pretty impressive custom designs! Voting is now open to select the winner and you can cast your's by choosing your favorite design from each region here! 

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