Geoff McFetridge for MINI

Design // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
From our good friend at 607Visual: We saw KRINK paint a Mini a few years ago and we haven't seen much since, but Mini is back with LA's Geoff McFetridge (cover artist of our September 2013 issue). In conjunction with the Burton European Open, Mini commissioned McFetridge to paint this one-of-a-kind Mini Countryman.

Björk "Wanderlust" directed by Encyclopedia Pictura

Music // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
This is going to be a fun month here at Juxtapoz as we celebrate Björk and her retrospective at MoMA, but also her cover for the April 2015 issue of our print edition. We also get the chance to kick back and see some of the work our friends have done with Björk over the years; first up being our friends at Ghost Robot and the production they did on the amazing video for "Wanderlust" off of 2007's Volta LP. Directed by Encyclopedia Pictura, this is one of Björk's most masterful videos. 

Victor Moscoso "Psychedelic Drawings, 1967-1982" @ Andrew Edlin Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Andrew Edlin Gallery is excited to announce a retrospective of drawings by Victor Moscoso, one of the pre-eminent graphic artists of the 20th century, and widely renowned for his 1960s psychedelic posters and comics. The gallery will publish a 96-page catalog to accompany the exhibition. The artist will attend the opening reception. If you don't know from the past few years of reading Juxtapoz (actually try 21 years!) Victor played a major role in Zap Comix (featured in the March 2015 issue), and was the cover artist of our special feature on San Francisco psychedelic poster art in March 2014. 

Unframed - JR Takes Over Ellis Island

Street Art // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
JR is currently installing wheatpastes and shooting a film in Ellis island's historic south side buildings  as part of an upcoming exhibition "Unframed — Ellis Island" that will be part of the new public tours to be conducted by Save Ellis Island. The artist is preparing life size historic photographs of Ellis Island immigrants that will be pasted on 16 or more selected interior walls on the south side of Ellis Island. The artist’s intent is to evoke a sense of time and place and give context to the human lives that were touched by their time at Ellis Island.

Interactive installation by Klaus Obermaier

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
The interactive installation ENTITATIVITY by Klaus Obermaier creates a situation in which an aggregate of anonymous individuals sharing the same physical appearance and similar behavior is transformed into an entitative group by the intervention of the users.

Boo-Boos: Bandages That Hurt (To Look At)

Design // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Designed by Sherwood Forlee, "Boo-boos" are sterile adhesive bandages that make your cuts & scrapes look so much worse than they really are. "The injuries depicted on these bandages are sickening and repulsive. But they're so much fun. So go ahead and slap them on and watch people gasp and gag at your laceration, burn, or infection."

New Work by Faig Ahmed

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Faig Ahmed disassembles the conventional structure of Azerbaijani traditional rugs and randomly rearranges the resulting components of the traditional composition then combines these fragments with contemporary sculptural forms.

Pop Up Furniture

Design // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
We are so into this super fun cardboard pop up furniture made of a cardboard. We are not sure how sturdy this furniture might be but it’s a really good start to what could be. We are not sure why designers Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Wagner created this pop up office, but we are glad they did.

Watch: "The Sucklord" by Joey Garfield

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
In this short documentary, Juxtapoz' Joey Garfield spends an afternoon with The Sucklord, talking Star Wars, Gay Rights, and why Super Villains have the upper hand.

Issue Preview: April 2015 with Björk

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 02, 2015
There are very few figures of the last 25 years that can cross the barriers of pop, underground, and progressive art quite like Bjork. She has transformed the way we look at music, video art, stage performances, and overall artistic persona unlike any artist we can think of. In conjunction with the opening of her special retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, the April 2015 cover is a celebration of the past, present, and future of Bjork.

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