Curtis Kulig "House of Hearts" Pop-Up & Special Juxtapoz Cover

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 30, 2013
As we noted on the site yesterday, Curtis Kulig will be opening a pop-up shop in Los Angeles at Space 15 Twenty this weekend, February 1 and going through Feb 15. The "LOVE ME" Pop-Up and Polaroid Show is curated by Curtis Kulig and presented by Space 15 Twenty, Urban Outfitters and Vans. For the occasion, Juxtapoz has created a limited-editioned cover for the pop-up space featuring Kulig's "LOVE ME" staple. The cover was created specifically for the pop-up, and you can only get it at Space 15 Twenty.

Fashion Illustrations by So Hyeon Kim

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 30, 2013
A nice collection of fashion-inspired illustrations from South Korean artist So Hyeon Kim that caught our attention this morning. A little addition of fairy tale elements gives the work a bit more context. There is a ton of work on Kim's site, so we have been passing the time this morning checking out all the works...

Curtis Kulig x Vans: "LOVE ME” Collection

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
As you will see in the coming days, we have a feature on Curtis Kulig in our upcoming issue. (And, a special, limited-edition, site-specific cover being released this weekend, more on that in the coming days). Okay, these points aside, Curtis Kulig, the man behind the "LOVE ME" moniker, is set to release a micro-collection with Vans for the Spring 2013 season. The Classic Authentic, the Checkerboard Slip-On, and the women's SK8-Hi Slim are all part of the collection.

The Works of Guim Tió Zarraluki

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Barcelona based artist Guim Tió Zarraluki creates his abstracted portrait illustrations with a unique method that he has adapted to the majority of his work. By altering fashion magazine images, he creates these oil-pastel covered, strange/beautiful, bug-eyed girls with delicate features and lovely lips that we can't help but admire.

A Carpet Made Entirely of Toy Army Soldiers

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 28, 2013
It may hurt your feet, but the design and formation is incredible. The collective, We Make Carpets, consisting of Marcia Nolte, Stijn van der Vleuten and Bob Waardenburg, "mix traditional skills and a critical view of the consumer society in unusual carpets." In this instance, they made a carpet out of plastic green and gold toy soldiers, in conjunction with Dutch Design Week 2010.

Ballet Shorts Designed by Pablo Picasso, Circa 1919

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 28, 2013
A Monday morning classic look at fashion post-WWI. The greatest artists are always busy doing something. Pablo Picasso was a great artist and he designed these ballet shorts in 1919.

Mad Men Season 6 Starts April 7, and...

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 26, 2013
... We want to take this opportunity to mention that we should cherish the art direction and creative promotion that this show has given the world over the past half decade. Even if you don't watch Mad Men, and could care less, there aren't many television shows that have ever paid attention to the details of marketing and stylzing itself to an audience. This is an art project. Look at these promo shots for Season 6, which begins on April 7, 2013 on AMC? Well. Done.

Juergen Teller "Woo!" @ ICA, London

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 24, 2013
One of the most influential photographers of the last 30 years (see all the good Marc Jacobs ads), whose style of the over-exaggerated flash has seen countless followers, Juergen Teller just opened Woo! at the ICA in London this week. The exhibition features a "seamless journey through his landmark fashion and commercial photography from the 90s." A great look into the world of a photographer who has some of the most personal photos of influential celebrity-types ever shot.

Photography of Dominic Clarke

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The images shot by London based photographer Dominic Clarke have a similar appeal to gorgeously muted, vintage, erotic snapshots. Judging from the beautiful quality of authenticity in his work, I can only assume that he is using a good old fashioned analog, film camera so shoot these innocently seductive compositions.

Daphne Guinness for Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 03, 2013
One of the most iconic fashion photographers of all time, Steven Meisel easily remains the one photographer with whom all the models aspire to work. He has photographed every cover of Vogue Italia since 1988. Ok, I know its supposed to be year of the snake in 2013, but I can't help but love this portrait of Daphne Guinness for Vogue Italia by Steven Meisel... another dark creature.

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