Knits vs Wovens

Design // Friday, November 14, 2014
Our fashion and design contributor Greg Cordeiro of New England Outerwear presents the following comparison: Knits vs Wovens: "There are endless possibilities when designing, buying, or choosing a textile. Two of the most common textile constructions and most often referred to in apparel today are knits and wovens. You may be thinking, 'so what are the advantages and disadvantages?' or 'How can I tell the difference?'"

Studio Visit: Morning Breath in Brooklyn

Design // Wednesday, November 12, 2014
A few days ago, our friends at Juxtapoz Latin America had the opportunity to visit the studio of designers and artists, Morning Breath in Brooklyn. Established in 2002, Doug Cunningham and Jason Noto have developed a very distinctive art style that has led to work in the industries of skateboarding, snowboarding, clothing, advertising, posters, music and more. They have worked with Juxtapoz in the past on both a special print release and magazine feature. 

Federico Babina's "Archilife"

Design // Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Federico Babina's architecture and design-inspired illustrations are some of our favorite and the Italian artist keeps coming up with fun ideas. Just this year we featured his "Archiwindows" series where he placed famous architects in their windows, his "Artisect" series where he spliced world-famous paintings with buildings, his "Archimusic" series, his "Archiportrait" series, the list goes on...

Interview with Designer Caesy Oney

Design // Monday, November 10, 2014
Greg Cordeiro, our contributing Design editor on Juxtapoz.com, took a moment to ask a few questions to one of the most creative guys in the industry right now. Caesy Oney of Draught Dry Goods, Odd Fellow Co., and more, gives us some insight into his creativity, design approach, and motivation.

Anthony Burrill for Innocent Targets

Design // Monday, November 03, 2014
Anthony Burrill, who was the featured design artist in a recent issue of our print edition, is working on a new poster series project with Banana & Associates entitled "Innocent Targets." From their site, Innocent Targets is a reminder of the thousands of lives lost to the deadly gun culture in America and a call-to-action to help us put an end to it.

Designers Hack 3D Printer to Make an Automated Tattoo Machine

Design // Thursday, October 30, 2014
Appropriate Audiences, a Paris-based design studio, has taken a 3D printer and combined it with a tattooist's needle to make an automated Tattoo "Printer." The studio took Autodesk software and turned tattoo designs into digital files that are downloaded into the machine. Then, a brave soul inserts the part of their body they wish to get tattooed and the needle starts working away at their skin. The needle is able to read and respond to changes in skin texture and the dimensions of the limb.

The Quiet Life x Katsuo Design

Design // Thursday, October 30, 2014
For The Quiet Life's latest collection, the brand collaborated with Japanese artist and illustrator Yusuke of Katsuo Design. To celebrate the resulting "Jump On It" there is a pop up show at The Slow Culture Gallery in Los Angles through Sunday, November 2ndKatsuo has put together a special installation of wooden sculptures & xerox posters for the event.

Momentum by United Visual Artists

Design // Friday, October 24, 2014
"Momentum" was a beautifully documented and executed project by United Visual Artists that was presented at London's Barbican Art Gallery earlier this year. From UVA, "Coinciding with their 10th anniversary, UVA present Momentum, an immersive installation that combines light, sound and movement. Drawing on physics and digital technology, UVA are turning the Curve into a spatial instrument, installing a sequence of pendulum-like elements throughout the 90 metre long gallery to create an evolving composition of light and sound. . . "

Madrid Apartment Transformed by Cutting Spheres into the Walls

Design // Monday, October 20, 2014
Spanish architecture firm Churtichaga Quadra-Salcedo transformed an apartment in Madrid into a shared workspace by cutting cones and spheres into the walls. Developed with Sketchup, the inspiration came from the art of Gordon Matta Clark.

Grotesk x Case Studyo: "6FT6IN" Boston Edition Lamp

Design // Friday, October 10, 2014
We love this collab, and we are going to pass this over to CS to explain the project: Grotesk X Case Studyo release a new edition of “6ft 6in” this time in the white/black/varsity green color way “The Boston”. A Shining Tribute to The Hardwood Showdowns of Yesteryear. This is the last edition of this series and we won't produce it again!

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