Gregory Euclide for Bon Iver Album Cover

Music // Wednesday, July 06, 2011
The newest LP from Justin Vernon's Bon Iver project, self-titled Bon Iver, has been receiving rave reviews across the music world. We enjoy it for some moody tunes in the late afternoon. Gregory Euclide, an artist who has shown with David B Smith Gallery in Denver in the past, is the artist behind the album cover of Bon Iver.

Jeremy Fish x Snoop Dogg "Listen and Learn" for Joshua Liner Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 07, 2011
As you may know by now, Jeremy Fish is opening a new solo show, Listen and Learn, at Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC on June 21, 2011. For this exhibition, Fish prepared "story paintings" with accompanying audio, including this one with Snoop Dogg.

Alex Southam's Music Video for I Break Horses

Music // Monday, May 16, 2011
We were looking for a good start to the work week this morning, and found this really pleasant and stunning music video shot by Alex Southam, for the band I Break Horses and their track, "Hearts." It is a nice mix of nature, Super 8, timelapse, mixed with band footage.

Stanley Donwood x Radiohead “The King of Limbs” Newspaper Album Packaging

Music // Friday, April 29, 2011
There was a big buzz a few months back when Oxford, England supergroup Radiohead announced their 8th LP, The King of Limbs. The music portion was exciting, but for we art and design nerds, it was the Stanley Donwood and Radiohead special "Newspaper Album" packaging that was slated for release June 1, 2011.

Jason Jagel for MF Doom's OPERATION: DOOMSDAY Deluxe Reissue

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Besides being a talented fine artist based in San Francisco, Jason Jagel has built a dedicated body of work creating imagery surrounding underground hip-hop icons, Madlib and MF Doom. The latter work has found its way in a deluxe reissue of the classic MF Doom album Operation Doomsday. . .

Boat "(I'll Beat My Chest Like) King Kong" Music Video

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Remember when lo-fi meant your music video was probably going to look bad? That really isn't the case anymore, because Boat's new video for “(I'll Beat My Chest Like) King Kong ” is a brilliant piece of short form art using the minimalist of budget and stop motion special effects . . .

The Like "Wishing He Were Dead" Video

Juxtapoz // Sunday, April 24, 2011
Generation after generation, youth have clung to the idealism and style of our recent history, kids born in the 90’s wearing band tees that they were clearly not alive to watch tour. It’s pretty clear this style has caught a hold of our society, surviving the fast paced movement of American culture. Frankly, if hipster vintage trending and high fashion is remaking and re-buying everything from the last 5 decades, we think it’s apparent this is a well-accepted and attractive style. More after the jump . . .

Juxtapoz at Coachella 2011

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 22, 2011
A weekend away to the desert mid-April for music, lil sun in the skin, art installs, and VIPs of all kinds geared me up for the 2011 spring and summer music season. This particular inaugural event being Coachella. Note: Indian garb and hippy chic top the list of 2011 music fest looks du jour. Also, apparently, sea captains, which, in the middle of the desert ... got me. Photos after the jump . . .

Deerhunter in 3D Video

Music // Friday, April 22, 2011
Not everyone has 3D glasses, but in the near future, we are all going to have 3D glasses like we are Marty McFly in Back to the Future II. That doesn't make sense, or have any reference to 3D glasses, but you know what does? This new series on Pitchfork of 3D live videos, and the first is with Deerhunter (wonderful band) and one their new songs, "Primitive." Its interesting even without the glasses. Watch after the jump . . .

Beastie Boys' “Fight For Your Right Revisited” Full

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 21, 2011
The timing with the opening of MOCA's "Art In the Streets" is perfect, as the Beastie Boys played a major role in combining hip-hop, punk, skate, graffiti, and streetwear into mix of an album, and in the early 1990s especially, they were mainstream act with completely underground tastes and influences. Of course you know by now, they are back with a 20+ minute short film, acting as a parody to their own careers, and we have it in full after the jump . . .

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