An Exhibition of Jan Kaplický Futuristic Drawings

Design // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
A new exhibition at the Architectural Association in London presents work by the Czech architect and founder of Future Systems Jan Kaplický (1937-2009) – a visionary designer with a passion for drawing as a means of discovering, describing and constructing.

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.

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."

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.

HUF x Todd Francis

Design // Monday, March 02, 2015
Our good friends at HUF have wisely brought Todd Francis (featured in our July 2014 issue) into the mix for a complete capsule collection for the Spring 2015 line. Featuring T-shirt designs and this full-on classic Francis graphic for a skate deck, you have options for art or recreation—better yet, both.

A Suspended Grass Walkway

Design // Monday, March 02, 2015
We're loving this suspended sculptural grass walkway in Poland by Zalewski Architecture Group. The structures is mounted and suspended above a courtyard, giving residents access to the outdoors without walking all the way down the stairs.

Fashion Inspired by Crayons

Design // Monday, March 02, 2015
Bloomingdale's had a handful of designers create pieces for Spring 2015 that were constructed and inspired by Crayola crayons. Rebecca Taylor, Clover Canyon, Rebecca Minkoff, Nanette Lepore, Torn by Ronny Kobo, and Parker each contributed to the project, which is currently on display at the 59th St. Bloomingdale's in New York City.

Ice Cube Celebrates the Eames

Design // Tuesday, February 24, 2015
The Eames loving, Ice Cube-listening, Los Angeles-appreciating staff at Juxtapoz somehow missed this video of Ice Cube celebrating the Eames... 

Nominate your best designs to A' Design Awards 2015

Design // Monday, February 16, 2015
For the past few months, and like we mentioned on the site a few weeks ago, we have been showing you a bunch of the great entries and award-winners from the 2014 A'Design Awards, the world's largest design competition awarding best designs, design concepts and products & services. As we have said over and over, the A'Design Awards is a great chance to see both the future of progressive design, functional design, and well though-out inventions that makes you feel good about mankind. Last week we made a "Call to Entries" for the A' Design Awards 2015 (really pushing Lighting Products, Exhibition Design, and Packaging Design), and today we want you to nominate your best designs. 

Geoff McFetridge: The Sea Rambler

Design // Thursday, February 12, 2015
There is no question, and seeing our history of posts and features and cover stories, we here at Juxtapoz really like Los Angeles-based fine artist, designer, animator, muralist and all around super talent, Geoff McFetridge. In conjunction and with support from outdoor brand, Patagonia, Geoff has designed, constructed, and painted "The Sea Rambler," a dream bicycle of sorts, with the project being documented by Greg Hunt. Watch... “Materializing the Sea Rambler.”

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