Erotica // Thursday, February 05, 2015
Yesterday, while looking through the work of legendary South African photographer Sam Haskins we came across this shoot he did for Levis in the 1970s. At the time, Levis had a traveling exhibition of denim decorated by their customers and a competition along with it. Unfortunately (but not surprisingly) Levis executives got cold feet over the nudes and the photographs were never used commercially. (via)
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 25, 2013
Throughout the year we see a lot of products move through the Juxtapoz office, and we decided to pick a few of our favorites and put together a gift guide for your Holiday shopping plans. Let's face it, creative people are hard to shop for, we're picky, right? Hopefully this will help you find that special something for the creative in your life...
Juxtapoz // Monday, October 14, 2013
Organized by artist Doug Aitken, the Station to Station project brought together the creative worlds of art, music, literature, film, and food during a series of performances, happenings, and interventions on and around a moving, kinetic light sculpture. As the train made its last stop here in the Bay Area, Juxtapoz attended the grand finale of festivities held at Oakland’s historic 16th Street Station.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 01, 2013
We always love looking at old advertisements, it's always fascinating to see what audience they were aiming for and what was cool in that particular period. These Levi's ads from the 70s reflect some pretty interesting social changes in going on in as the 60s was ending and the strangeness of the 70s were beginning in America.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Last week, we attended the Levi's Vintage Clothing exhibition called "The Biker with Oil and Leather & The Bikeriders" at the flashship store in downtown San Francisco. Featuring 21 painted motorcycle jackets from 13 international artists--many of whom are tattoo artists as well--and documents and photographs from Danny Lyon's "The Bikeriders," the show pays homage to the American biker legacy. We've got info (and pictures!) after the jump.
Tattoo // Friday, November 16, 2012
Last night, Levi's Vintage Clothing launched an exhibition called "The Biker with Oil and Leather & The Bikeriders" at the flashship store in downtown San Francisco. Featuring 21 painted motorcycle jackets from 13 international artists--many of whom are tattoo artists as well--and documents and photographs from Danny Lyon's "The Bikeriders," the show pays homage to the American biker legacy. We've got info (and pictures!) after the jump.
Juxtapoz // Friday, October 12, 2012
Mark Bradford is best known for his large-scale paintings made from materials that he gathers from the streets around his Los Angeles studio. Using both collage and décollage techniques, Bradford creates abstract works that can be seen as topographies of the city's physical as well as social, economic, and cultural landscape.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Brazilian artist and activist Vik Muniz, renowned designers The Campana Brothers, visual artist Mark Bradford, and director Carlos Saldanha have all designed limited-edition T-shirts as part of "Friends of Vik Muniz for Spectaculu." Help support Spectaculu and raise awareness about the amazing opportunities that the art and technology school bring to Rio de Janeiro's youth.
Juxtapoz // Friday, June 29, 2012
Recently, Shepard Fairey and the Obey Giant team made their way over to Paris for a few projects, one was a gigantic mural, and the other was to team up with Parisian artist Mr. Andre for a special collaboration at the Levi's Champs-Élysées Flagship store. We just got a video of how the project turned out...
Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 18, 2011
Just after the MOCA "Art In the Streets" exhibition opened up shop in Los Angeles, Revok became a symbol of the entire show, as he was arrested at LAX for graffiti offences right after the opening. That said, we think this limited edition Levi's x MOCA Trucker from Revok will be popular.