Caleb Wood's 'Totem' Animation

Illustration // Friday, June 13, 2014
Caleb Wood is an animation artist. He is most interested in the dynamism of the mundane and overlooked, abstract, and all things moving. He incorporates several different mediums in his work, and aims to expand upon the possibilities of animation...

Music Video: Throne "Tharsis Sleeps" by Nicos Livesey

Illustration // Thursday, June 12, 2014
In this amazing animated video made by Nicos Livesey for metal gods Throne, the artist used embroidery to create a frame by frame illustrated story to go along with song 'Tharsis Sleeps'. This is one of the best things I've seen in a long time— indulge in it one time. 

These Fruits and Veggies All Faker Than Potato Head

Music // Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Butter Ya'Self is a new track featuring a banana (Nana Splits) and bread roll (ButterKrust) letting us know how much tastier they are. "We on a roll. Bitch, I am a roll. Getting hot and heavy in the oven like a casserole. Making bread. Shit, I'm made of bread. And these fruits and veggies all faker than Potato Head." You need to watch it.

New Experimental Hand-Drawn Animation by Jake Fried

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Jake Fried recently posted a new video. The artist creates his experimental animations by slowly adding countless layers to his illustrations. His materials include White-Out, coffee, ink, gouche, and paper. The Boston-based artist hand-drawn style and unpredictable stream-of-conciousness content are almost overwhelming...

Men in the Hills

Illustration // Wednesday, May 07, 2014
This adventurous animation, Men in the Hills, is about beastly creatures living high up in de hills, shaking trees, catching chickens, eat coconut near the fire and slamming on drums. Illustrated and animated by Thijs Lansbergen, an artist from Rotterdam.

Watch: CMYK by Marv Newland

Design // Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Created by Marv Newland, this short animation is a dizzying observance of sound, color and movement. Newland has collected multitudes of CMYK symbols, moiré patterns, and registration marks, all pulled from cereal boxes and other common printed materials. Newland then isolated and assembled all of these different marks into this short film, titled CMYK.

"Shape" Animation Shows Why Design is Important

Design // Monday, April 07, 2014
Director and animator Johnny Kelly along with designer Scott Burnett were commissioned by Pivot Dublin and the Dublin City Council to create a short video showing with design is important. Featuring simple graphics and no narration, the video is part of a project to get young people thinking about how the world is made around them, and where design fits in.

"From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning" by Claude Cloutier

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
From the earliest forms of life on Earth to the world of today, From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning uses absurdist humour to tell the biological story of humanity. From a mighty cosmic explosion comes the matter from which evolve the mineral, vegetable and animal worlds. There follows a series of metamorphoses illustrating the branching out of the human genealogical tree.

"MAGIC, COLOR, FLAIR: the world of Mary Blair" @ Walt Disney Family Museum, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The Walt Disney Family Museum is pleased to present MAGIC, COLOR, FLAIR: the world of Mary Blair, a comprehensive exhibition exploring the artistic process and development of one of Walt Disney’s most original, beloved, and influential designer and art directors, Mary Blair. From Cinderella, Peter Pan, Alice and Wonderland, and the development of the visual identity of Disneyland (it's a small world, especially), Blair is one of the most iconic artists from the classic Disney era. 

The Works of Andy Rementer

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 11, 2014
There is so much to show you about Andy Rementer, the cover artist of the brand new April 2014 Juxtapoz. We have loved his work for years, whether seeing it at Pick Me UP in London, or in various commercial avenues such as New York Magazine or the NY Times. His cartoon-insprired works, whether actually in cartoon-format or in fine art form, are colorful, unique characters that bring to mind some of the best in animation and comics. We are so happy to have him in the alumni of Juxtapoz cover artists.

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