Rock Photographer Jim Marshall at San Francisco Art Exchange

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 21, 2011
Rock photographer Jim Marshall has taken some of the most iconic musicians of their time and created some of the most iconic moments in music history. Whether Johnny Cash is throwing the middle finger, or the Beatles are walking onstage at their last concert, or Miles Davis is in the ring, Marshall's pictures alone can fill the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame. More after the jump . . .

Rammellzee x K-Rob: "Beat Bop"

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 18, 2011
We go back to 1983, an era of hip-hop, graffiti, and street culture that our April 2011 Art In the Streets Issue covers, and give you the masterpiece work of graffiti artist, musician and futurist, Rammellzee, and hip-hop artist K-Rob, "Beat Bop." And to round it out, Jean-Michel Basquiat did the single's cover artwork. Listen after the jump . . .

Ian Johnson "Chet Baker" Print

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Park Life just released a new Ian Johnson print, "Chet Baker," featuring Johnson's signature line-style mixed with something new: a full black backdrop. The Chet Baker print was made in an edition 50 with 4 artist proofs. Where to buy detalis after the jump . . .

Will Sweeney does Video for Das Pop's "The Game"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Past Juxtapoz profiled artist, Will Sweeney, just directed/animated this music video for Belgian pop stars Das Pop and their the track "The Game." It is nothing short of fantastic; it reminds us of the very best cartoons from the late 1980s and early '90s. Enjoy after the jump . . .

Album Cover Art: Beastie Boys‘ Hot Sauce Committee Part Two

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 15, 2011
We are still trying to do a bit of research to credit an artist with the cover of the new Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two album cover, but because in our new April 2011 "Art In the Streets" issue we give the Beastie Boys the nod as a major convergence point of hip-hop, punk, graffiti, street art, and fashion, we thought we would show you their great new pixel art cover. Full view after the jump . . .

Watch the Trailer of the new Spike Jonze x Arcade Fire Film, "Scenes From The Suburbs"

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 14, 2011
This week at SXSW, Spike Jonze will screen his short film based off of Arcade Fire's Album of the Year The Suburbs, "Scenes From the Suburbs." The short expands on Jonze's video for the lead track, "The Suburbs," where it follows kids in, you guessed it, the suburbs, as they deal with all things suburbia that the Arcade Fire album covered very well. Watch the trailer after the jump . . .

Grateful Dead Logo Designer, Owsley "Bear" Stanley, Dies

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 14, 2011
Counter-culture icon and logo designer for the infamous Grateful Dead "Dancing Bears" and "Steal Your Face" skull, Owsley "Bear" Stanley, has died at the age of 76. Regardless of your opinion about the Grateful Dead, the logos are a testiment to the power of music and art when fused together. More after the jump . . .

Todd James for Japanther

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 07, 2011
Recently Todd "REAS" James teamed up with the Brooklyn-based band, Japanther, to work on a few projects, the result being new (very milky print) for Todd and a new logo for Japanther. More after the jump...

Uptown meets Downtown: Futura 2000 x Fab 5 Freddy x The Clash

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 04, 2011
As our April 2011 Art In the Streets issue is getting ready to hit newsstands, we look back at one of the great convergences of scenes when hip-hop, punk, and graffiti fused into this music video. Here you have The Clash, Fab 5 Freddy, and Futura 2000 all together on one track, with graffiti images being flashed and artists being name-dropped by both Fred and Futura. Video after the jump . .

Michel Gondry directs Living Sisters' "How Are You Doing?" video

Music // Friday, March 04, 2011
We haven't spoke about Michel Gondry since our feature with the "The Green Hornet" director in our January 2011 issue, but we just saw that he directed a music video for Los Angeles-based trio, The Living Sisters. The video for "How Are You Doing?" features some trademark Gondry dreamlike sequences, including some airplance turbulence, laughter, and a house burning down. Watch after the jump . . .

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