The Bird by Jason Last

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 14, 2012
'Moving image, moving fashion, fashion film all are names commonly used for a dialect of the visual language that, although not new, is rapidly on its way to becoming the most commonly used. Visual mastermind Nick Knight once said on the subject of moving image, 'When a fashion designer designs a piece of clothing, it is to be seen in movement'.”

Jo Ley's Fashion Illustrations

Illustration // Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Illustrator Jo Ley has her creative hand in many things, one of which being her attraction to fashion illustration. Apart from being dedicated to her drawings, Ley also loves sci-fi, ice-cream and kittens. All Jo's work is done in entirely digital format with the help of her Cintiq, which is warm, unlike paper, which is not.

In Erotica: The Legacy of Guy Bourdin

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 10, 2012
French fashion photographer Guy Bourdin (b. 1928 - d. 1991) was one of the first fashion photographers to create a complex narrative and then capture the overpowering mood of a single moment, whether it was provocative, exotic, surrealistic, or even sinister. Influenced by his mentor Man Ray, surrealist painters Magritte and Balthaus, and filmmaker Luis Buñuel, Bourdin's work similarly continues to inspire photographers worldwide.

Vlieger and Vandam's Gun, Knife, and Cuff Collection

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 09, 2012
We like a bit of lowbrow aesthetic invading the fashion world, and although we would not tote a gun-toting tote, we like what Vlieger and Vandam has done with their collection of handbags, iPad cases, and clutches. They have added embossed guns, knives, and handcuffs. Because you want to appear as tough as can be.

Manish Arora x Judith Supine Autumn/Winter 2012 -13 Line

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 02, 2012
Brooklyn-based street, fine, and installation artist, Judith Supine, just completed a collaborative line with fashion brand Manish Arora. The new Autumn/Winter 2012 -13 line was just announced in Paris, with models garnering distinct Supine designs on their dress, tops, bottoms, even evoking the characters' looks in their make-up.

The Cosby Sweater Project

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 25, 2012
The vortex of the Internet can be a weird, wonderful place. On Saturday, we aim to lighten things up with at least one fun post, and the amount of time and research it is taking this site, The Cosby Sweater Project, to recreate in art all the wonderful sweater patterns worn by the Cosby Show cast during filmming of the show must be taking a toll. But they keep at it...

Jeremy Fish x Juxtapoz Logo Tee and Hoodie

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 24, 2012
Jeremy Fish created a special Juxtapoz logo for his October 2011 cover, and now we are releasing a black men's t-shirt, black women's t-shirt, and black hoodie with that same Fish Juxtapoz logo treatment. Buy them right this second in our webstore.

Skull Portraits: "Intuition" by Carsten Witte (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 24, 2012
A stunning series by Carsten Witte, where he takes models, some of them nude (hence the NSFW thing) and paints a light, almost illusionary skull piece on top of their face. Says Witte, "One main idea behind my work is the belief that everything is constantly changing but photography can preserve the moment. Beauty is almost nothing without the knowledge of how fast it will fade..."

Shawn Stussy Studio Visit Video by Seth Epstein

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 20, 2012
A little holiday viewing, as Southern California surf, skate, fashion, and culture icon Shawn Stussy, just as he is about to open a surf shop in Tokyo, is captured in this studio visit video by Seth Epstein. The Thelonious Monk is a nice touch. Watch Stussy shape surfboards after the jump . . .

The Digital Works of Michael Ostermann

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
There is such a fantastic body of work on Vienna, Austria-based Michael Ostermann's website, we didn't know what to include. Part fine art, digital art, fashion, and photography, Ostermann has built a body of work that is haunting, brooding, and ethereal, almost as if it was taken from 2050 and brought back to life in 2012. Wonderful stuff.

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