GIF Psychedelica by Yoshi Sodeoka

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 06, 2012
We know you are thinking about heading out for the weekend, we thought a nice bit of GIF Psychedelica by Yoshi Sodeoka would set you on your right path. Sodeoka is a multidisciplinary artist from Yokohama, Japan, who’s lived and worked in New York for more than two decades. "Sodeoka’s psychedelic video art—informed by his background as a painter, punk rocker, and electronic musician—is a dystopian clash of noise and beatitude."

Montana Colors Launches New App

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 06, 2012
Apple boasts there are over 500,000 available apps on the App Store, but who cares? That's why we are glad to see a company that specializes in making graffiti supplies has put their efforts towards an app. Montana Colors announced their speciality app this past Wednesday. See more after the jump...

Tanaami and Payne: Manipulating Japanese Bullet Hell Games in Zurich

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 04, 2012
At Studiolo in Zurich, Switzerland, Japanese artist Keiichi Tanaami and British artist Oliver Payne have teamed up to create Perfect Cherry Blossom, a unique collaboration that focuses on symbols for "flourishing spring and peace" juxtaposed with images of violent Japanese Bullet Hell Games. Phew, a mouthful. Payne collages stickers of Japanese Bullet Hell Games on torn out pages of an ancient Greek sculpture catalogues, which you see here.

Gadgets, Games, Robots and the Digital World by Charis Tsevis

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 23, 2011
Illustrator Charis Tsevis created a group of 6 portraits for the book Gadgets, Games, Robots and the Digital World, where the artist created 6 mosaic portraits of 6 IT giants: Grace Hopper, Cynthia Breazeal, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Sir Clive Sinclair and Tomohiro Nishikado. Each portrait is illustrated with the respective icons their inventions are known for.

Adding to the Internet by Justin Kemp

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 15, 2011
"Google it" has become a universal solution to many problems, because the popular internet search engine holds the power to unveil all sorts of mysteries. However, there still exists some phenomenon that have escaped Google's reaches. Justin Kemp is an artist living and working out of Northampton, Massachusetts, and he has imagined some of these elusive subjects.

If Social Networking Platforms Existed in 1997

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 09, 2011
Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied have created this great project Once Upon, where they have taken three major social networking websites (YouTube, Facebook, and Google+) and reprogrammed them to look as if they existed in 1997. There recreations were optimized for Netscape Navigator 4.03 and Windows 95, making us feel very, very high school when we saw the results.

Floppy Disks, Reassembled for Portraits by Nick Gentry

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 05, 2011
We interviewed Nick Gentry earlier this year on the website, and we kept seeing more and more of the London-based artist's work pop-up around the web and in person, so we wanted to visit some of his newer retired floppy disks to portrait work. If you ever have a chance to see this work in person, we suggest you do.

Digital Art by Nicolas Sassoon

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 14, 2011
Nicolas Sassoon's undulating pixels captivate your attention through their disorienting movement and maybe also with a hint of anxiety, creating a concern that your computer screen might have a melt down.

Digital Permutations by Andreas Servik

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 06, 2011
Here we have a collection of "digital permutations" by Andreas Servik that are collages executed in a digital format, cutting, pasting, warping, and exploring what different imagery and modifications can do together. His website has a very appropriate feel as well, creating a very continuous experience with his work.

The Street Works of London-based Shok 1

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Attempting to paint RGB light, a portrait of the Internet, and abstract X-ray negatives, London-based artist, Shok 1 has been applying innovative concepts to his well crafted outdoor work.


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