Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Special for the Fall season, Juxtapoz has teamed with two close friends of the family, Dennis McNett and PEZ, for two pullover hooded sweatshirts. McNett's design features his iconic wolf character, made just in time for McNett's solo show at Known Gallery on November 16, and PEZ' graphic is a take on the artist's iconic sticker graffiti style. Both available now in the Juxtapoz webstore.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Just in time for... well just in time for the next pair of shoes you want, Vans has teamed up with NYC skate/fashion powerhouse Supreme on a special collection of Bruce Lee sneakers, with Supreme taking the Lee theme further with a full jacket, crewneck sweathshirt, long sleeve and short sleeve tee collection. The Vans collection will feature a "series of Sk8-Hi and Authentic silhouettes printed with Bruce Lee graphic." The collection will be released this Thursday, October 24.
Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Altamont Apparel announced two collaborations this season, one with one of America's most mythologized contemporary artists, Andres Serrano, and the other with highly acclaimed photographer Richard Kern. Check out their collections and watch a video after the jump!
Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 12, 2013
Rockin Jelly Bean is a classic Japanese artist in the world of salaciousness that we have covered in the magazine over the years, most recently the Pushead-curated Halloween issue of 2009. The artist has recently teamed up with Canadian jean makers Naked & Famous and Japan's oldest denim maker Big John on a special collaboration that features Bean's work on the leather patch and labeling. A little dirty picture or two should fit nicely on your butt.
Design // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
A great story of fashion, heritage, and design coming together in one project, featuring a few friends in Copenhagen's Norse Projects and California's Vans. In a project paying homage to Danish design, Norse Projects has curated a 3 way collaborative project with Vault by Vans, Kvadrat and Poul Kjærholm entitled “stoflighed” (texture and form).
Music // Monday, September 30, 2013
The Juxtapoz office is pretty certain that King Krule and his new LP, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, is one of the best of 2013. Our roaming photo editor, Brock Fetch, the author of our almost monthly Brock Life column in the magazine, was lucky enough to document the British musicians set in the backyard of ALIFE's Lower East Side location, and today we have a video of King Krule performing "Rock Bottom."
Graffiti // Sunday, September 29, 2013
There are very few graffiti writers who can’t recite at least one line from the influential ‘80s graffiti documentary film, Style Wars. You couldn’t have had a more eclectic group of characters or written better lines. Being a super fan, Curve drew up 9 of the films stars and put them on a t-shirt. From top left to bottom right they are Seen, Case2, Cap, Skeme, Min, Trap, Iz The Wiz, Dez, and Dondi.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Supreme has always done a stellar job with their seasonal art collaborations, whether it be Damien Hirst, Murakami, Terry Richardson, Richard Prince, and KAWS, to name a few. This season they go right to the thick of the NYC downtown scene, with a special capsule collection featuring the late and influential Jean-Michel Basquiat. Supreme and the Basquiat Estate collaborating on a two oxford shirts, a long sleeve tee, a few short sleeves, a hoodie, and a M-65 Cassius Clay jacket.
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 20, 2013
Created jointly with stylist Stella Gosteva and make-up artist Marina Keri, Madame Peripettie's (Sylwana Zybura) "Dream Sequence" photography series seeks to 'illuminate the dreamy phantasmagorias to which we disappear to in the night, creating charaters that 'radiate a sense of ever-lasting awe and reverence.'"
Design // Tuesday, September 17, 2013
In our October issue, out now on newsstands, we documented our recent trip to the Filson Factory in Seattle, where the great team took us around the factory floor and showed us how their heritage and artisan bags are constructed. We also got some sneak peeks into their new Seattle Life collection, some classic apparel and Filson advertising, and of course, some of the most beautifully made luggage and day bags being created today. Or 100 years ago.