Photography by Katrin Korfmann

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 22, 2012
Katrin Korfmann photographs from a unique cinematic perspective that perches above the subject. Her pictures emphasize the spatial experience of the passage of time, using the abstracted back drops to frame the figures revealing their unique garments and rituals in frozen moments of movement.

Metal Headz: Photography by Mert & Marcus

Erotica // Thursday, March 22, 2012
A new modern armor rises. Like a gilded cage for the body. It captures the spirit of both old-school craftsmanship and the decadent artisto. Gold leaf, decorative embellishments, and restrictive metalwork celebrate the eroticism of a constructed silhouette that demands a sharp intake of breath.

Bikini Days, Playground Nights

Erotica // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Olivia Malone was born and raised on the east side of Los Angeles. She received her BFA in Photography and Imaging from NYU Tisch School of the Arts in 2004. She divides her time traveling between Los Angeles and where she lives now in New York. Her photography explores the transitions between youth and adulthood, emphasizing the period where freedom and independence define the essence of youth's unabashed allure...

WWII BOMBER JACKETS

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Whether its the imagery, mottos or nostalgia these personalized World War II bomber jackets are nothing short of inspirational. The narrative that is told about each of the jackets and their respective owners is fascinating. Each of the jackets has a tremendous amount of personality, style and carry a handcrafted look that is just undeniably genuine. Those denim jackets from the 1980s got nothing on these, see more after the jump…

Liu Bolin "Lost In Art" @ Eli Klein, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Tonight, March 20, Eli Klein in New York City will open a new exhibition with the internationally renowned Invisible Man, Chinese photographer and "chameleon," Liu Bolin. Lost In Art will present new photographs from both Bolin's Hiding in the City and Hiding in New York series, as well as his recent collaboration with Harper’s Bazaar and fashion giants Gaultier, Lanvin, Missoni, and Valentino.

X-Ray Portrait Art by Xavier Lucchesi

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
And you thought just sitting for a portrait was laborious. French photographer Xavier Lucchesi uses a medical scanner as the basis for his portrait work, where he takes the final X-ray and adds color, highlighting certain shapes or organs. Let's recap: find subject, get them to a x-ray machine, scan them, and then go in and highlight all the vital organs with specific colors that make a beautiful portrait. Got it.

Photographer David Naz on Erotic Photography

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 18, 2012
LA-based photographer Dave Naz explains his unique perspective on erotic imagery in this short TV interview for the Canadian channel Sex TV back in 2006. Instead of high gloss and silicone, Naz prefers the inherent awkwardness and imperfections of inexperienced, normal looking models, whom he finds all the more sexy exactly because of their flaws and amateur inelegance.

Fantasy Pre-Photoshop: The Photography of William H. Martin

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 17, 2012
Trick photogrpahy, special effects, is so easy and common now that its hard to imagine a time before Photoshop. But we came across the "trick photography" of William H. Martin, a photographer working around 1908, who was one of America'sfirst fantasy aritsts, and created this incredible series of Tall Tale Postcards.

A Due Colori: Ink Underwater by Alberto Seveso

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 15, 2012
There has definitely been a surgence of underwater photography, and even a few series of ink shot underwater. But Italian artist, Alberto Seveso (who created the Lego man surfing atop ink underwater series), has just posted this new series, A Due Colori, featuring these stunning captures of various ink colors interacting and interweaving with each other underwater.

Phillip Toledano: Bankrupt

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 13, 2012
This series reminds us of Up in the Air, only more depressing because Mr Clooney's snappy looks aren't on the screen. Starting in 2001, Phillip Toledano began to visit empty, abandoned office buildings and the things left behind. What he found was a rather depressing look at waste, the emptiness of the non-descript nature of commercial space, and lots of chairs.

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