Watch: Professor Kliq's "Plastic and Flashing Lights"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 30, 2013
We saw this great wire and paper stop-motion video for Professor Kliq's Plastic and Flasghing Lights and have re-watched it quite a few times since. Created by the French studio Patador Prod, the video was made using only bent wire and paper! 

What's The Time?: Adrock, June 2013

Vault // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
As you know by now, we have spent all month celebrating our Beastie Boys issue (June 2013), with special outtakes, videos, artist favorites, and Jux favorites from one of the most influential bands of the last 30 years. As the month begins to close out, and the Beastie Boys issue is flying off newsstands and from our webstore, we wanted to share our interview with Beastie Boy Adrock, where he gives insight on how each album cover came to fruition, how each artist was chosen, and why they were so lucky to have MCA in the band. 

Converse Wall to Wall Hong Kong: Alex Hornest

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
This past week, Juxtapoz took a trip to Hong Kong to both celebrate the inaugural Art Basel Hong Kong art fair, as well as spend time with the Converse team and their curated guest list of artists for their Wall to Wall Hong Kong project. Over the past few years, Converse has worked with artists from around the world to create over twenty Wall to Wall projects throughout Europe and North America. For Hong Kong, Converse brought artists from Berlin, China, Brazil, and France to complete the project. Today, we look at Brazil-born, Alex Hornest.

Preview: Wendell McShine "Raccoon's Law" @ FIFTY24SF, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Trinidadian artist Wendell McShine is about to open a new show at FIFTY24SF Gallery in San Francisco, and our team at Juxtapoz Latin America just posted a preview.  "Racoon's Law" opens this Saturday June 1,  and our friend Shine sent us a few words about his inspiration for this show: "The raccoon reminds you to take a look inward in the mask holder, within a delicate balance between giving and receiving. Dramatically dusty charcoal drawings captivate a whimsical fantasy of control and freedom that endures beyond imagination. "

Beastie Boys Interactive Tablet Edition + New Subscription Deals

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
If you own an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch we recommend you check out Juxtapoz magazine as an enhanced tablet edition! We are also offering new subscription deals that include a Free BONUS issue or Free Juxtapoz New Contemporary Book.

Mario Wagner: Process for "Memory Palace" @ Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
This summer, the V&A will be staging a multi-dimensional exhibition experience, Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Palace, presenting an original work of fiction by author Hari Kunzru, transformed into a walk-in story by leading graphic designers, typographers and illustrators. Juxtapoz featured artist, Mario Wagner, is one of the artists involved, and let us into the process of making his piece for the Memory Palace show. 

Tom Eckert's Wooden Sculptures Don't Look Like Wood

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Arizona-based artist Tom Eckert begins with basswood, linden, or line wood and patiently carves and paints each piece to resemble realistic looking still lifes. "Forms carved to suggest cloth recur in many of my pieces...Covered forms are often more evocative - with a sense of mystery absent from the uncovered object by itself. We would love to see these in person.

Simon Casson's Collage-like Paintings

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
We are diggin the paintings of British artist Simon Casson this morning. His casual, yet formal style incorporates a randomness that somehow all comes together to form a pretty amazing overall piece.

Paintings by Glenn Brown

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
We have posted the paintings of the very talented Glenn Brown before. Looking to the neo-classical and Renaissance masters for inspiration, Glenn's broad paint strokes are incredibly intricate and the paintings are often surreal and nightmare-like.

Books: "Republic" by Ren Hang

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 29, 2013
A few weeks ago we featured the photographs of Chinese artist Ren Hang. The controversial photographer, whose work is banned throughout most of his native country, has a new book entitled Republic for sale. Le Journal de la Photographie had a short conversation with the artist about his new book, providing us with some wonderful thoughts on censorship and nudity.

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