Vintage Aerolux Light Bulbs with Floral Filaments
From the 1930s to the 70s, Aerolux Light Corporation sold novelty lightbulbs with sculptural floral filaments. While now only found on Ebay for 100s of dollars, at the time of production they were only 20 cents. One such bulb is on display at the MoMA in NYC as part of a Dan Flavin artwork.December 08, 2016
Mark Pavlovits' Glasswork
Mark Pavlovits Designs is an independent, hand blown glass studio based in Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2011 by designer Mark Pavlovits, the designs have a minimalist yet sophisticated aesthetic. Inspired by historical artifacts and artistic patterns found in nature today, the collection combines the use of both traditional and innovative glass blowing techniques.December 06, 2016
Tamara Kostianoysky's Fabric Carcasses
Using fabric and textures to "conjure flesh," artist Tamara Kostianovsky creates life-sized sculptures of animal carcasses and slabs of meat. "My intention is to confront the viewers with the real and grotesque nature of violence," Kostianoysky said of her 2011 show at Magrorocca Galleria, "offering a context for reflecting about the vulnerability of our physical existences, brutality, poverty, consumption, and the voracious needs of the body."December 07, 2016
Recap: Juxtapoz Clubhouse and Swoon's "Pearly's Beauty Shop"
This past week Juxtapoz Magazine, in conjunction with Mana Urban Arts Project, created an immersive artist retreat and exhibition space in Miami's Wynwood District. Check out some photos from the event, including Swoon's birthday party and "Pearly's Beauty Shop."December 06, 2016