Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 03, 2014
This is a fun offer. Matt Leines has taken to Etsy for the week to make "made-to-order" drawings of his famous Tiger Head figure. Leines notes, "Hand drawn and painted with ink and watercolor on Canson paper, the drawing measures 8" x 10" and will arrive unframed. However it will easily fit in any standard frame. This subject has been an enduring favorite for over a decade and now you can have it in your collection!"
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Ah, this is so weird and uncomfortable we are going to order one of each. So good are these custom order mini-body part jewelry pieces by UK Etsy seller percylau that you almost have to convince your father that he should have an ear ring for Father's Day. Or perhaps your girlfriend/boyfriend needs a mini, um, phallus ring? How about an ear earring?
Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 07, 2012
Just a wonderful collection of conceptual bookends that play out as funny snapshots, created by Knob Creek Metal Arts and for sale now in their Etsy store. You can get yourself a giraffe, a near beheading, or a dog and a fire hydrant scene.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 31, 2012
We found this on the HopeWell Creek shop on Etsy, and we thought it was a clever made to order piece. The Felt Campire Playset with Felt Marshmallows, allowing "you and your child the authentic feel of camping." Just with felt and a lack of bug bites. We like it.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 23, 2011
We have been having fun this morning with Matthew Buchholz' Alternate Histories prints that he has available on Etsy, where the artist has added monsters, aliens, robots, and zombies into faux historical situations. Such as the great Pittsburgh Zombie Outbreak Map of 1875.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 04, 2011
It feels a little odd that we found these Social Media Propaganda Posters via Google+, but these posters by Aaron Wood are quite well done. Guess what? We all are involved in social media in some way, we all know it can be terribly "herd-ish" of us, and we enjoy getting a dose of medicine about it, too. Leave it to social media to tell us how bad social media is.
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 20, 2011
If you had that one Biology 101 moment, where you were dissecting a frog, worm, bunny, or some sort of human organ, and you enjoyed said moment, then you are going to very much enjoy the knitted dissection of Emily Stoneking that are available on Etsy.