Political Poster Art by Lester Beall

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 07, 2012
"In th 1930s, much of rural America lacked electricity, power, and running water. The Rural Electrification Administration hired graphic designer Lester Beall to create a series of posters illustrating the benefits of electrification." These posters, and a collection of other works, show the influence of one of America's great graphic designers, Lester Beall (1903-1969).

Poster Design by Christopher Gray

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Christopher Gray's poster design is a beautiful dose of bold, graphic color blocks, simplifying representations to minimal abstract elements that make eye-popping posters that are not easily forgotten.

Face Mugs

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 08, 2012
We are going to be honest; this could potentially be the best invention we have seen in a long time. Some cure diseases, others find ways to artistically make sure you can eat cookies and donuts seemlessly with your coffee and tea. Pure genius. Pure ingenuity. We may order 10.

Charming Baker x Paul Smith: Triumph in the Face of Absurdity

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 27, 2012
Charming Baker, the UK artist that was featured in our January 2012 issue, collaborated with famed British fashion designer (he makes a fantastic sunglass, FYI) Paul Smith on Triumph in the Face of Absurdity, a polished cast aluminium bicycle now on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. The work was part of Britain Creates 2012: Fashion + Art Collusion, where leading British fashion designers and visual artists collaborate in a ground-breaking series of works commissioned as part of the London 2012 Festival.

7TV Stop Motion Rebranding Video

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 26, 2012
Greg Barth rebrand's Russia's fastest growing television network, 7TV, with an organic, DIY video series in the style of Michel Gondry and Wes Anderson. The identity rotating or falling into frame also...

The Magazine Rack Chair

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 25, 2012
As you know, we are magazine people. We print a magazine, we read magazines, we love the physicality of it all. So when we saw this Magazine Rack Chair, designed by South Korean designer, Seung Han Lee, we were sold in the idea. A clever way to store, display, and house your magazine collection, and from the looks of it, quite easy to get to your rags when you are just sitting around.

The Work of Andrew Pommier

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 29, 2012
We had a great stop by in the office this week; Vancouver-based fine artist Andrew Pommier was in town finishing a mural at Juice's office, and he stopped by to see us at Juxtapoz and Thrasher. Pommier has really changed his style over the past few years, and his At The Time of Fear body of work from 2010 and new works from the last year have caught our eye.

Top 25 Classic Beer Labels

Top List // Tuesday, May 29, 2012
We came up with this yesterday... while drinking at the park. Enjoy!

"No Globes" for Climate Change Snow Globe by Dorothy

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 25, 2012
You may be asking yourself, why would I want a snow globe with a silo or 4 in the middle? That doesn't seem really wintery or nice to have out when grandma comes over. UK-based agency Dorothy created this No Globes snow globe to protest the building of dirty coal-fired power stations. Shake that globe, and black, disgusting dirt-filled remnants come out of the towers.

Another Example

Illustration // Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Graphic designer and illustrator Elliott Grubb set up Another Example in 2008 when he ventured into the world of freelance after working at Mcfaul Studio. He has a slight obsession for illustrating animal faces, and creates bold vector based artworks for a variety of clients in both apparel and advertising. After a recent move away from the UK, he can now be found working from his home studio in the heart of New York’s East Village.

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