Adding to the Internet by Justin Kemp

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 15, 2011
"Google it" has become a universal solution to many problems, because the popular internet search engine holds the power to unveil all sorts of mysteries. However, there still exists some phenomenon that have escaped Google's reaches. Justin Kemp is an artist living and working out of Northampton, Massachusetts, and he has imagined some of these elusive subjects.

Harmless Weapons by Kyle Bean and Sam Hofman

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 15, 2011
We have shown Kyle Bean's pencil shaving portraits on the site before, but we think we like this series of weapons made from harmless materials a bit more. Not sure how Che soap fits in, but he was a revolutionary weapon, and soap is cleansing.

The Goldman 25hours Hotel, Frankfurt

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 12, 2011
The design team of Delphine Buhro and Michael Dreher put together an interesting design throughout the Goldman 25Hours Hotel in Frankfurt, Germany, but nothing is more odd than a men's bathroom where you let yourself go into a faux-Rolling Stones/Pop Art mouth. It would be weird. But kind of fun.

Honest Logos by Viktor Hertz

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 11, 2011
We all know that a corporate slogan can have multiple meanings, and artist Viktor Hertz has created a project called "Honest Logos" where he takes a major corporate logo and reimagines it with an honest explanation.

Klas Ernflo: Color Pad

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Well done simplicity is eternally appealing. This 2009 series by Klas Ernflo titled Color Pad simply combines wet paint and fabric, photographing the result. The resulting compositions, light, colors, and textures are beautiful and pleasing to the eye.

Designer Gas Masks by conceptual artist, Diddo

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 10, 2011
A pretty clever series of designer gas masks by designer and conceptual artist, Diddo. A nice ode to consumerism and the idea of brands suffocating our daily lifes, and the subversive similarities between the fashion world and the Military Industrial Complex.

Cory Arcangel vs Pierre Bismuth @ Team Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 01, 2011
We are fans of Jux-featured artist, Cory Arcangel, and his reappropriation of media and popular culture. His new exhibition is of particular interest; Arcangel and French aritst Pierre Bismuth are collaborating in a presentation of Guy Debord’s 1973 film Société du Spectacle (Society of the Spectacle) with the instructional signal of a projector — “CHANGE BULB” — permanently blinking over the image track.

The Art of Joe Bradley

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 24, 2011
Joe Bradley's clever art is earning him an immensely successful reputation (some of his artworks are selling for around $70,000). The Rhode Island School of Design graduate plays with simple imagery, drawing upon minimalism, primitivism, and abstract expressionism and incorporating unusual practices such as walking on his canvases, inviting others to walk on his canvases . . .

The White Trash Series by Kim Alsbrooks

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 21, 2011
Artist Kim Alsbrooks developed her series, "White Trash," while living in the US South and beginning to understand what she calls a culture of "myth, biased history and bizarre sentimentality obout old wars and social structures." To juxtapose what used to be painted on ivory, the artist now paints portraits on trash and beer cans.

A Blender With Human Organs as a Public Service Announcement

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
This will get someone's attention. It got ours. The New Zealand government, more specifically the Land Transport NZ, used a blender filled with human organs to get a point across about speeding. The more speed, the more your organs will cause and/or be a mess. Clever work.
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