Best of 2012: Underwater Photography by Jacob Sutton

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 24, 2012
What we wrote on April 18, 2012: Nothing much more to say than these are stunning underwater portraits from photographer Jacob Sutton. Working in fashion and other commercial venues, Sutton's personal work is highlighted by this series of 3 underwater shots.

Ellen Rogers: Sultry Analog Photography

Erotica // Monday, December 24, 2012
Ellen Rogers is a London-based all analogue photographer and filmmaker. To date she has been featured and interviewed in numerous magazines such as i-D, Vice, Tank, Dazed And Confused, Vice and many others. She has a monthly article at Lomography.com called ‘Sepulchral’ where she talks candidly about life as an analogue photographer. Last year Ellen released her first book of photographs named ‘Aberrant Necropolis’ charting her first 2 years of fashion photography.

Best of 2012: Bodybuilder's World by Kurt Stallaert

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 23, 2012
What we wrote on July 10, 2012: Perhaps we have a weak stomach, but there is something about these photos that makes our belly turn a bit. First, Belgian photographer Kurt Stallaert's series, Bodybuilder's World, started innocent enough; a family that looked a little too buff for their own good.

Ed Templeton "Memory Foam" @ Roberts & Tilton, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 21, 2012
Roberts & Tilton is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent photographs by Ed Templeton (featured in our February 2012 issue) in his fifth exhibition with the gallery. Templeton has long mined the middle ground between the public and the private, delving unreservedly into the human situation, creating photographs that are at once heartbreaking and outrageous, comical and sinister, his images, a visual litmus test of American youth culture in all its twisted luminescence.

Neil Krug's Pulp

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 20, 2012
Neil Krug is an American artist based in Los Angeles. Krug has photographed and art directed campaigns for such bands as My Chemical Romance, Ratatat, Justice, Devendra Banhart, Ladytron, The Horrors, Scissor Sisters, Tame Impala, White Flight and many more. Krug, in a creative collaboration with Joni Harbeck, founded PULP ART BOOK wherein his photography can be seen in limited edition prints, books, and films...

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.

Ed Purnomo's Fashion Photography

Erotica // Monday, December 17, 2012
Ed Purnomo is a photographer coming straight from Melbourne, Australia, who's portfolio is rich with amazing images of lust, glamour and elegance. Whether it’s beauty or fashion photography, or abstracted more conceptual images, his creations are stunning, aesthetically pleasing and full of color. Discover more of his work on his own website.

Swampy: Under the Bridge

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 17, 2012
We never really want to classify someone like Swampy into “street art” or “graffiti” or anywhere for that matter. He kind of transcends all of them, much like a majority of artists working in the streets these days. In this picture, he’s the guy doing the roller on a sunny day in California under a bridge.

Photo Manipulations by Erik Johansson

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 14, 2012
A fun series of photo manipulations and fantasy settings by Swedish photographer and retoucher, Erik Johansson. Although he graduated with a degree in computer engineering, he had a passion for photography and was able to fuse the two together.

Picasso: Light Drawings

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 14, 2012
In 1949, LIFE magazine's Gijon Mili visited and documented Pablo Picasso in the South of France. Mili was known for technical innovations, and Picasso, appear of Mili's talents, wanted to try and few experiments of his own. Alas, these light drawings were part of the documentation. Did Picasso like shirts?

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