“Israeli Girls” by Dafy Hagai

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 06, 2014
We have been paying attention to the works of Dafy Hagai for some time, and her series "Israeli Girls" is one of our favorites that she has done. The series has become a book of the same name, Hagai is an award-winning photographer from Tel Aviv and NYC, and has shot for some of our favorite publications such as VICE, Dazed, Vault Magazine, Nero Mag, Wax Magazine, It’s nice that, V Magazine, and Juice Magazine. 

3D Printed "Virtual Reality" Fashion

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 26, 2014
For her graduate project, Tel-Aviv-based designer Noa Raviv collaborated with Stratasys, one of the world's larges 3D printer manufacturers, using computer modelling software to create a series of garments influenced by distorted digital drawings. Deliberately developing manipulated digital images, Raviv created deformed pieces that would be "difficult for the technology to execute without setting a complex configuration of parameters, components, and codes." 

New Photoreal Mastery from Yigal Ozeri

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 18, 2014
No question: We love the work of Yigal Ozeri. So much so that the artist will be in a book we are curating at the moment that will make its way onto bookshelves by late 2014. The New York-based, israeli born artist is the ultimate double-take artist. Is it a photo? Is it a painting? Take a look at some new works...

The Social Behavior of Bacteria Explored in Art

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 26, 2013
Israeli physics professor Eschel Ben-Jacobs uses invisible colonies of bacteria in both his science and his art. Using growths in a peteri dish, the scientist/artist highlights the beautiful patterns of the moving bacteria colonies as well as their social intelligence. The result are these incredible psychadelic patterns, paths, and interweaving colorful threads...

The Works of Pini Leibovich

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 02, 2012
Pini Leibovich is an Israeli born industrial designer whose work focuses on order and disorder. His designed systems are meant to reflect the nature of man’s curiosity. Leibovich’s own goal is to have viewers interact as much as possible.

The World's Narrowest House

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 27, 2012
Not only is the narrowest house in the world a thought worth exploring, it is being constructed now in Warsaw, Poland, in between the passageway of two buildings. Narrow doesn't even cut it. The space is 47 inches wide. Break that down, readers, and that is a major 3 feet, 11 inches of space you have to work with. Does Ikea make things for you?

7 Deadly Sins by Vincent Mahe

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 25, 2012
We can't find much information about Vincent Mahé on the web, other than that he's a director, designer, and illustrator living in Jerusalem. We do know for certain that Mahé has some mad illustration skills, as he aptly demonstrates in this series of images based on the 7 deadly sins (with 5 sins down and two more to go). Be sure to check out more of his work on his blog, particularly his incredible sketches of people and places from around the world.

Masters on 45s by Tamir Sher

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Some people collect old records, others make projects out of their record players. Israeli photographer Tamir Sher took images of past masters' artwork, and her son's toys, and placed them on her record player, played the images at different speeds, and captured the effects and movements, her way of changing the way we interpret phenomena.

The Work of Assaf Benharroch

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 18, 2012
Born in 1978 in Kibbutz Sde Boker, Assaf Benharroch is an illustrator, designer, and animator based in Israel who specializes in background and environmental illustrations. In his work, Benharroch endeavors to emphasize atmosphere, color, and light, using the limitations of scratchboard and silkscreen printing techniques to push himself creatively in both his traditional and digital designs.

Kehinde Wiley: The World Stage—Israel @ ARCOMadrid

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 16, 2012
January 2010 cover artist, Kehinde Wiley, has 4 paintings from his The World Stage—Israel series on display with Roberts + Tilton Gallery at ARCOMadrid in Madrid, Spain through February 19. You know what that means? You have time left to see it. The series continues Wiley's theme of documenting local residents of otherwise overlooked populations in the style of the great masters of portrait art.
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