Kate Compton by Lucima

Erotica // Monday, September 30, 2013
Check out this seductive video of gorgeous model Kate Compton, photographed by the incomparable Charles Lucima and shot by Chris Vongsawat for TREATS! Magazine. Compton sizzles in her barely-there garments, her smoldering come-hither glances piercing through Lucima's lens like bolts of erotically-charged lightning. 

Cooling Off With Irina Shayk

Erotica // Monday, September 30, 2013
Take a sexy dip with the alluring Irina Shayk in this exquisite editorial photoshoot from photographer Sebastian Faena for the latest issue of VMAN, out next month. In the issue, supermodel Shayk opens up about going from life as a simple Russian farm girl in the middle of nowhere to a global celebrity with a superstar soccer boyfriend.

Video: The World's Largest Film Camera

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 30, 2013
35-ft long and capable of shooting 6-ft long negatives and 24-ft high portraits, the world's largest film camera is a project led by photographer Dennis Manarchy. With the help of over 30 people, the construction of the incredible machine pays tribute to nearly 200 years of photography and is the beginning of a national artistic documentary project titled Butterflies & Buffalo: Tales of American Culture. Watch a video and support the Indiegogo project after the jump!

Painted Photographs by Shae Detar

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 30, 2013
Before color processing technologies took over there was a hand-painted technique to bring color to photographs. Shae Detar has been building a body of work around this old style, making her works appear like old Hollywood starlet portraits.

Tim Bret Day's Provacateur

Erotica // Sunday, September 29, 2013
The erotic depth behind British photographer Tim Bret Day's elaborately polished panoramic scenes evoke endless desire and envy in the world of high end fashion editorial.  Day constructs increasingly intricate works for a luxurious caliber of clients to the likes of Agent Procaceteur, Mercedes and Harpers.

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.

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