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."

The Skittles, M&Ms, and Reese's Pieces Sorting Machine

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 18, 2013
Everyobody has their thing, and some people have that OCD thing about the color of their Skittles, Reese's, and M&Ms. Now, Brian Egenriether has come and saved the day with a one-off machine that sorts the various colors of your candy. Like green Skittles? Then only green Skittles ye shall have.

Out Of Place: Works by Robert Rickhoff

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 04, 2013
This is how we like to kick off the year, with a series of Out of Place objects constructed by a very clever Robert Rickhoff. Playground slides that lead you to oncoming traffic, volleyball courts on the autobahn, skate ramp crosswalks, all situations that are going to lead you to some sort of disaster. Rickhoff is based in Germany, and works as an allaround creative.

Angelo Plessas "Mirage Machines"

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 03, 2013
A bit of interaction for us today on Juxtapoz.com. Bubblebyte.org is pleased to present Mirage Machines, a solo exhibition of works by Athens-based artist Angelo Plessas. Since the late 90s, Angelo Plessas’ work has been strongly reflecting and mastering the language of the Internet through the creation of websites as artworks. So what that means for you, me, us is that we get to play and interact with Plessas' creations from the past few years.

Music History as Animated Gifs

Music // Friday, December 21, 2012
Well, these are a ton of fun. Josh, we will just call him Josh, of the band Old Monk Song creates these fantastic animated gifs of historical and fun moments in music history, including wonderful live performances, pivotal cultural icons, indie giants, and just plain cool music videos. Our favorite could be the Tupac gif... in prison, getting married, #1 hit? Legend.

Double Exposures by Heitor Magno

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Double-exposures had a good year in 2012, as the effect was used in abundance on a ton of great projects we have covered throughout the year. As we close it out, we just came across the double exposure works of Brazilian photographer Heitor Magno, who applies many of his double exposed imagery like a tattoo artist on flesh; the effect is seamless, stunning at times.

Digital Paintings by Carolina Rodriguez Fuenmayor

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 11, 2012
I am currently an Art student at the Pontifical Xavierian University in Bogota, Colombia and from that aside I'm a small chick, very small, who lives the way small people do and that eats and create small things, that it also has a purpose, a very healthy purpose, fight and bitter the existence of those who are different, the tall ones, and with that I mean, conquer the world to then have the power over the pituitary gland of the human race...

Depth Mapping Paintings by Kazuki Takamatsu

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 10, 2012
We have written about artist Kazuki Takamatsu on the site before, but seeing the work in person at the Scope Fair in Miami, it was some of our favorite pieces we have seen in quite some time. He creates stunning images of what might best be described as semi-erotic, childish Lolita girls in a dreamlike 3-dimensional fantasy haze.