Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 03, 2014
Graphic artist Zsolt Ekho Farkas has made a full l3D recreation of Hungarian painter Benczúr Gyula‘s “Budavár repossession.” “First of all this project started as a funny challenge from my wife, but became something more. We were on holiday solving riddles, and there was a medieval painting in the booklet. My wife asked me if i can do it in 3D? Watch a video after the jump...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Step into the imaginative world of Irma Gruenholz, where she creates three-dimensional clay illustrations. Hand-crafted, the sculptural scenes invoke a soft human touch yet depict a slightly eccentric world of uncertain possibilites...
Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 09, 2013
A stunning set of 3D, digital sculptures by Greek and Poland-based artist, Adam Martinakis. Adam studied Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts and Industrial Design at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, and since 2000, has been working and experimenting on computer-generated visual media (3d digital image - animation, digital video, new media).
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 12, 2013
We can't really fathom what goes into these projects, but for Francois Abelane and this 4,000 square meter slab of 3D street art/literal on the street art, we are going to make an educated guess that this may be hard to accomplish. We just read on Indulgd that the project was done as a commission, "to launch of a new line of Renault trucks in Lyon, France."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 20, 2013
Well, shit, its the last day to see Massive Attack's 3D and his solo show Fire Sale at Lazarides Rathbone in London, but hey, better late than ever. The show represents a u"nique retrospective of painting and design that have helped define Massive Attack over the past 20 years, covering the pages of sketchbooks to 12 million record sleeves.Previously unseen pieces created for Massive Attack's latest album Heligoland (2010) will be exhibited alongside archival works painted and screen printed for the first time from 1991's Blue Lines and 1994's Protection.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 01, 2013
Syrian artist Muhammad Ejleh has been spending his personal time while studying architectural design to work on his 3D drawings. Using only a sketchpad and pencils, the 20-year-old-student manages to make his characters and architecture pop out of the page.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 13, 2013
22-year old Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki continues to offer new images of his 3D illustration and perspective-based sketches. Nagai will often draw across several two-dimensional surfaces in order to emphasize the illusions and further perplex viewer.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 31, 2013
Last month, we showed you the 3D printing photo booth that was open in Tokyo, and we speak for most of you by saying it was a winner. Now, Hot Pop Factory has found a way to scan your head with an XBox Kinect and print your noggin out with a 3D printer, thus making a 3D model of you. And after you print your head out multiple times, and your friends' heads, too, you will have a sea of PEZ dispenser tops to share.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 10, 2013
"With a painting, people expect paint on a canvas or pigment in liquid on a flat surface, I’m trying to do something different. I want to stretch the material value of paint in a 3D form to transform it into something else - the paint is freed from a fixed surface and can be viewed as an object."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 27, 2012
What we wrote on June 26, 2012: There is a mutal consensus between ourselves and the readers of Juxtapoz; we love sketchbook viewing. But rarely do we get something that blends sketchbooks and a bit of optical trickery. Not only does Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki show you his sketchbooks, he creates a 3D effect that is a simple but exciting illusion.