Fabian Oefner's Magnetic Watercolor Photographs

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 27, 2013
Earlier this year we showed Fabian Oefner's vibrant series of high speed photographs of spinning paint. This morning we are taking a look at some of this other projects including his equally vibrant Millefiori series where he uses a magnetic solution called ferrofluid mixed with watercolors. The iron particles of the substance form black channels separating watercolors from the ferrofluid...

Photographs Rendered in Play-Doh

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 25, 2013
We came across this fantastic Tumblr a few weeks ago and had forgotten about it until this morning. Much to our enjoyment there were several new additions to the collection of "Photographs Rendered in Play-doh." The owner of the page takes a photograph and tries to mold it as close as they can in every kid's favorite malleable toy dough.

'doublefaced,' a series by Sebastian Bieniek

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Berlin-based artist Sebastian Bieniek's series of photographs 'doublefaced' are simple, clever fun! Using an eye pencil and lipstick, he draws a face on to the side of a face and photographers the subject in various locations!

Photographs by Barry Underwood

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
We've posted the work of Barry Underwood before and even did a little interview feature with him a little while ago. This morning we thought we would take a look back at his beautiful and serene light installations and photography.

The Absence Of Water

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 23, 2013
The Sutro Baths has been a San Franciscan destination since the 19th Century, so Juxtapoz is familiar with how arresting decaying pools can really be. When we came across Gigi Cifali's series "Absence of Water" we were excited to see that we're not the only ones who find beauty in old pools. "Absence of Water" was Cifali's first solo show  at the Ritrovo di Shazar which opened 16th May 2011, in Benevento, Italy.

The Return of Lui

Erotica // Monday, September 23, 2013
Legendary French erotic magazine Lui Magazine, which rose to prominence in the 60's and 70's, makes its triumphant return with this sizzling photoshoot of the ever-alluring Malgosia Bela by accomplished fashion photographer Mikael Jansson, who captures a raw sexuality that echoes the bygone days of vintage erotica.

Nico lenses Paz Vega and Rob Evans

Erotica // Monday, September 23, 2013
Fashion photographer Nico strikes again with a wet hot photoshoot for El Pais Semanal's August 2013 issue, featuring the gorgeous Paz Vega in the strong, rippling arms of Rob Evans. Vega oozes sensuality in her tightly clinging, barely-there garments, and Rob Evans' stoic poise radiates pure eroticism, playing off of Vega's innate grace and elegance with his macho swagger.

Forensic Sculptures Made From Bones of Dead People

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 23, 2013
Before computers, in coroner and law enforcement offices, forensic artists would mold facial reconstruction sculptures from the bones of unidentifiable victims skeletal remains. In this series of photographic portraits titled Unspeaking Likeness, Arne Svenson traveled around the country taking pictures of these sculptures.

Edward Burtynsky's Aerial Photographs of "Water"

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 23, 2013
Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky has spent his career documenting the ways in which man is transforming and redefining nature. His latest series focuses on water and over a 5 year period, Burtynsky traveled to 10 different countries examining "Water."

Gemini: The Outtakes from Space

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 21, 2013
We have many debates in the Juxtapoz office about the 1969 moon landing, with one person in particular pretty convinced a good desert in Arizona would be a nice set for a hoax. One reason: The photography was just so good. All those iconic shots on the moon, remember, were shot by two men who happened to be, you know, making history unlike any the world had ever seen...

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