The Digital Art of Adam Martinakis

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 29, 2013
Polish artist Adam Martinakis has been working and experimenting with computer-generated visual media, 3D digital image animation and video since 2000. He currently teaches digital art & design in Cannock, UK.  

Music Video: Foals "My Number" directed by US

Music // Thursday, March 21, 2013
Two things are working quite nicely here. One, this track from UK-band Foals, "My Number," from their LP Holy Fire, is really solid, and the directors of the video, US (the directing duo consisting of Christopher Barrett and Luke Taylor) have done a brilliant job with motion capturing the band in a unique and slightly "draw-by-numbers" video. Well, it's better than than. Just watch...   

Francis Alys' "Tornado"

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 15, 2013
Here is a glimpse into Francis Alÿs' video "Tornado" where the video artist travels a region in the Mexican countryside where tornados frequently occur and attempts to run into the eye of the storm. Alÿs is Belgian-born and currently lives and works in Mexico City.

Introducing: Gallery, every image on Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 11, 2013
Juxtapoz.com took on a new look last week, and as much as we are proud about our new design to showcase the best art going on around the world, we are extremely excited about some of the new sections and features on our website. Today, we take a look at the new Juxtapoz Gallery page, featuring every image posted on Juxtapoz.com in one easy to use, easy to manage, easy to get lost in gallery of inspiration. Take a look at the Gallery page . . . 

Choros: A Film By Michael Langan

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 06, 2013
A great experimental short from an old Juxtapoz friend Michael Langan, in collaboration with Terah Maher. In the film, a chorus of women are borne from the movements of a single dancer in this dreamlike "pas de trente-deux."  "Choros" premiered at Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in 2012 and has gone on to play dozens of festivals worldwide. The film is currently broadcast in Europe by Canal+.

Riot: An 8-Bit Game Experience

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Tis the mood of the world, we guess? Director Leonard Menchiari has created an 8-bit game for your mobile device around the topic of Riots, hence the name, Riot Game. According to the PR for the game, in Riot, the player will experience both sides of a fight in which there is no such thing as "victory" or "defeat".

Conceptual Interventions by Fabian Bürgy

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 04, 2013
Swiss sculptor and digital artist Fabian Bürgy creates conceptual gallery installations and other interventions inspired by mundane everyday objects such as holes, clouds, and tire marks. The resulting mix of sculpture, installation and digital imaging is simple and minimalistic but very interesting and visually powerful.

Social Experimentation by Fred Barnell

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 31, 2013
Brooklyn based photographer, Fred Barnell recently conducted a small social experiment with passers-by who were caught in the gaze of their own reflection. Dressed in all black, a ski mask, and gloves, Barnell used a two way mirror to capture the intimately akward moments of many New Yorkers.

Your Own 3D Head on a Pez Dispenser

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 31, 2013
Last month, we showed you the 3D printing photo booth that was open in Tokyo, and we speak for most of you by saying it was a winner. Now, Hot Pop Factory has found a way to scan your head with an XBox Kinect and print your noggin out with a 3D printer, thus making a 3D model of you. And after you print your head out multiple times, and your friends' heads, too, you will have a sea of PEZ dispenser tops to share.

"Postcards from Google Earth" by Clement Villa

Street Art // Monday, January 21, 2013
Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary-artist, Clement Villa, discovered images in which Google Earth projects abnormal landscapes beyond our reality. Since this discovery, Villa has been scouring Google Earth and collecting a number of these surreal landscapes. “ At first, I thought they were glitches, or errors in the algorithm, but looking closer I realized the situation was actually more interesting — these images are not glitches."

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