Update: 'Found,' Unpublished Photographs From National Geographic

Photography // Monday, February 03, 2014
National Geographic published their first issue 125 years ago in 1888. This is an incredible timespan for any publication, but you have to wonder where does all the content go? To honor their 125th anniversary National Geographic has released Found, a curated collection of photography from their archives. Much of the collection has never been published or seen by the public!

Best of 2013: Todd James, December 2013

Vault // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
And so now we come to the end of the line, the last moments of 2013. It was hard picking the best features of our print edition this year, but we tried our best to narrow it down to some unique stories, from Asger Carlsen, Geoff McFetridge, Bruce Davidson, and Julie Nord, just to name a few of the standout art we covered. Today, we end with Todd James' exceptional cover story from the December 2013 issue, done by contributing editor Joey Garfield from the artist's studio in NYC... enjoy!

Best of 2013: Alex Kopps, November 2013

Vault // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
We have almost covered our Best of 2013 print edition features, and today we look at our November 2013 feature on Alex Kopps, a multi-talented artist who does film, painting, surf, photography, and occasionally likes to write GOTHIC DOLPHIN on things. A man who can make anything out of something. A true artist, here is our conversation with the Northern California-based artist. 

Best of 2013: Portraits of an Elderly Superhero by Andreas Englund

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Originally published on November 7th, 2013: A painting of a superhero is one thing, but beautiful, realistic paintings of an elderly superhero with oils on large scale surfaces is another. Swedish artist, Andreas Englund has created a series of paintings depicting an elderly superhero in various day-in-the-life scenarios.

Best of 2013: Behind the Scenes Photos from "The Shining"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Originally published on December 2, 2013: We recently watched "Room 237," a film exploring the many theories, conspiracies, and perceived meanings of Kubrick's "The Shining." In addition to inspiring us to re-watch the film a few more times, it also had us getting lost in a little bit of a Kubrick internet research wormhole. Today's finding is a collection of behind-the-scenes photos from the Shining, our favorite being Kubrick's self portrait with his daughter with Jack Nicholson out of focus.

Best of 2013: Low Bros, October 2013

Vault // Monday, December 30, 2013
Look! It's almost the new year, and we have been counting down the days with some of our favorite features from the 2013 print editions of Juxtapoz. Today, we look at Berlin-based fine artists and muralists the Low Bros, who consistently have been adding a bit of late 1980s, early '90s style and flair to both the streets and the gallery scene. This feature first appeared in Juxtapoz in the October 2013 edition. 

Best of 2013: Hyperrealistic Animals Made From Painted Layers of Resin

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 30, 2013
Originally published on November 4th, 2013: Singapore-based artist Keng Lye is back with some new resin paingings. By meticulously painting layers of epoxy resin with acrylics, Lye produces works of art that float somewhere between painting and sculpture. Each piece can consist of patiently executed layers which are necessary to create the sense of depth they have. The series is titled Alive Without Breath.

Best of 2013: Halloween Used to be Creepier

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 29, 2013
Originally published October 31st, 2013: Perhaps it's just the old, faded photos but it seems to us from looking at these vintage photographs that Halloween costumes used to be much much creepier and weirder than it is now. 

Best of 2013: Japanese Sci-Fi Art From the 70s and 80s

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 28, 2013
Originally published September 16th, 2013: One of our favorite sites, 50watts' has a running feature where they showcase Japanese science-fiction scans from their ever-growing collections of books and catalogs on Japanese illustration and design. We love looking through old book illustrations, and the sci-fi genre always is chalk-full of he most surreal, colorful, and bizarre. 

Best of 2013: Incredible Photos from the archives of the Sydney Police

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 28, 2013
Originally published September 19th, 2013: These fascinating photos come from archives of the Sydney police between 1912 and 1948. We are in awe at either the intentional or unintentional artistic sense of whoever the policeman/photographers were in the police department! One of our favorites is the man who refused to open his eyes...
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