H.R. Giger for Supreme Fall/Winter 2014

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 18, 2014
The kids like to line up good and early for a new Supreme drop, while we just like to admire their art collaborations from a distance because we have work to do and can't wait in a line for 6 hours for a five-panel. But we appreciate it. For the Fall/Winter 2014 line, Supreme teamed with the late/great Swiss painter and former Juxtapoz cover artist, H.R. Giger, on a coaches jacket and skate deck collection. That deck is a must-have.

The Polaroids of H.R. Giger

Photography // Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Since his passing, a collection of H.R. Giger’s personal polaroid snapshots have been self-published in book form and distibuted by Antenne Press. The artist, best known as the designer who created the creature in “Alien”, often personalized his polaroids by physically scratching them, adding a multidimensionality to the images. Many of Giger’s photographs depict the unique creations that he made for the many movies that he helped make famous. 

RIP The Great H.R. Giger (1940-2014)

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 13, 2014
We were sad to hear this morning that renowned Swiss artist H.R. Giger has passed away. Most well known for designing the monster and sets for Ridley Scott's "Alien," Giger influenced a generation of artists and filmmakers. Giger's work melded and combined mechanical, machine and human elements into nightmarish creatures, creating surrealist images in a style he described as "biomechanical" or "biomechanoids." 

HR Giger: "Tattoo Biomechanoid"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 22, 2012
From the brilliant mind of HR Giger comes a set of bio-mechanical collector's pieces, the "Tattoo Biomechanoid" sculpture and ring. Both pieces are based on a 2001 drawing from his series "The Professionals" the 5"x6" sculpture features a hand clutching a 2.5" sterling silver tattoo machine, which it's ready to apply to its own leg.

HR Giger's Tattoo Biomechanoid

Tattoo // Tuesday, August 21, 2012
From the brilliant mind of HR Giger comes a set of bio-mechanical collector's pieces, the "Tattoo Biomechanoid" sculpture and ring. Both pieces are based on a 2001 drawing from his series "The Professionals" the 5"x6" sculpture features a hand clutching a 2.5" sterling silver tattoo machine, which it's ready to apply to its own leg.

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