Music Video: Spoon "Inside Out" with photos from Todd Baxter

Music // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
When you hit newsstands this month, you will see that we talked to Britt Daniel in our September 2014 issue about over 20 years of Spoon album covers. And, wouldn't you know? Spoon's new LP, They Want My Soul, was released today. We think its one of the top 5 albums of 2014, and to celebrate Britt being in the mag, the album coming out, there is a great collection of Todd Baxter's photos that made the cover of They Want My Soul being used for the video of one of the album's highlights, "Inside Out." Go watch.

Cruel Summer curated by Roger Gastman @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Jonathan LeVine Gallery is pleased to present Cruel Summer, a group exhibition curated by collector, graffiti historian, Juxtappoz contributor, and urban anthropologist Roger Gastman. "The summer of 1984 was awesome. The space shuttle Discovery took off on its maiden voyage, Apple released the Macintosh personal computer, the Olympics rallied the world together and Karate Kid was the hit film featuring the song Cruel Summer by Bananarama. The song and its video of three gorgeous young women roaming the streets of New York City inspired this show."

Juxtapoz @ Outside Lands 2014: Dr. Flotsam’s Hell Brew Revue Stage

Music // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
If you have been to Outside Lands the last 3 years, you know that Mike Shine's "Dr Flotsam" stage and performance art portion is a major highlight of the festival. Juxtapoz and the Shine crew are back at it in 2014, and we have some previews of the bands that are going to be playing at the Dr. Flotsam’s Hell Brew Revue Stage all weekend long. Let's listen in.

Tapping into the system

Graffiti // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Tapping into the system crew aka TITS wholecar. Possibly the biggest tits on the planet ever? We think so.

Paintings by Zhao Jinhe

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Zhao Jinhe was born and raised in China. His work addresses the dramatic shifts in culture the country is experiencing, the materiality of the modern world clashing with traditional values. Jinhe situates himself in the midst of this conflict by painting himself clothed in the pajamas of a mental patient. In his work he references both AK47s and Zen Buddhist painting.

Michel Lamoller: Tautochronos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
“In his series ‘Tautochronos’, German artist Michel Lamoller takes photographs of the same place at different times, then prints and layers them, physically merging them into one image. He is playing with space and volume, echoing the compression of time and place in his work. The deconstructed figures in the resulting photographs act as a visual reminder that people are always changing and never fully revealed.

Gifs Go Wild

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
"In Return invades the world of GIFs to the city of London with their latest project 'GIFs Go Wild'. They bring to the streets GIFs from artists like Dain Fagerholm and Davidope."

Signs, 2014 by Ryan McGinness

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Remember being a rowdy young teenager, skating around where you know you weren’t allowed, thinking about stealing road signs and knocking down mailboxes? Of course both those things are illegal but what if those street signs were pieces of art and worth something more than just a hidden collection of felonies on your bedroom wall? Ryan McGinness has created just that congruently with New York City’s Department of Transportation in his new project Signs, 2014. 

Waska Tatay

Photography // Tuesday, August 05, 2014
While traveling through the Altiplano region of Bolivia, artists Thomas Rousset and Raphaël Verona photographed the region’s spiritual healers, medicine men, and witch doctors. In the photographic series titled “Waska Tatay”, the duo depict a culture steeped in tradition while also showing the modern technologies that are advancing around them. 

Juxtapoz x Adobe: "Yesterdays and Tomorrows" Public Animation

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 04, 2014
Over the last month on Juxtapoz.com, we’ve been documenting the behind-the-scenes making of Jeremy Fish’s animated mural that coincides with his next art exhibition, Yesterdays and Tomorrows. Using various Adobe programs, including Adobe Creative Cloud, with animator Brady Baltezore, Fish has taken 100 11x14-inch ink-on-paper drawings and turned them into one continuous animation. This past weekend in San Francisco...

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