Time Lapse: How to Move a 3-Story, 19th Century Building

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 25, 2013
In May of 2012, a 19th century 3 story brick building in Zurich was rolled almost 200 feet down the street. The process, taking 17 hours, was captured in this time-lapse video by Swiss photographer Patrick Gautschy.

Fantasy Works by DE ES

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 27, 2012
DE ES was born in 1942 in Gresten, Lower Austria, as Dieter Schwertberger. He studied the painting technique of the Old Masters in Vienna and is an independent artist since 1962. DE ES lived three years in Switzerland and twelve years in New York City. The painter is using the artist name DE ES since 1972. He lives again in Vienna since 1986.

Gal Weinstein's "Fire Tires"

Juxtapoz // Sunday, August 12, 2012
A fantastic statement on global pollution, Israeli artist Gal Weinstein has created these amazing sculptures of tires going up in flames. The works sit at 4 meters high and made of wax, wool, polyester, Styrofoam and graphite. The work was on display at Art Basel, Kunsthaus Baselland in Switzerland (22 September – 13 November 2011).

Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum by Luzinterruptus

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Currently at the Gewerbemuseum in Winthertur, Switzerland is the exhibition, Oh, Plastiksack, an exhibition dedicated to the plastic bag as an everyday item and as a focus for art and design. This much-discussed plastic product is explored in the context of society and the environment and as a theme of contemporary artistic work in the fields of painting, photography, installation, performance, urban art and design. One of our favorite collectives of the moment, Spain's Luzinterruptus have made a significant contribution to the show...

Kim-Anh Nguyen-Dinh

Tattoo // Thursday, July 26, 2012
Kim-Anh Nguyen-Dinh is a 22 year old tattoo artist living and working out of Geneva. In addition to tattooing, her hobbies include reading, traveling, and collecting useless things. She first got into the idea of being a tattoo artist when she would draw sketches for other tattoo artists to ink onto her.  

“Garagenatelier” by Peter Kunz Architekturm

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 18, 2012
Designed by Swiss practice Peter Kunz Architekturm the “Garagenatelier” consists of five concrete cubes embedded into the hillside landscape, only partially being revealed. With glass pains offering distant views from the parked cars, this could be a great place to take a date you intend to make out with!

Hyuro "Casual Anomalies" @ Starkart, Zurich

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Valencia-based street artist and illustrator, Hyuro opens a solo exhibition, Casual Anomalies this Thursday at the Starkart gallery in Zurich, Switzerland. We watched a lot of Hyuro works in progress at Nuart this past Fall, and the works were really well executed with strong concepts. This show will be no less.

Anatomical Paintings by Ivan Ebel

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 10, 2011
We don't know if Swiss artist Ivan Ebel is going to continue or develop these anatomical paintings any further, but the first two images we have seen are a good start. Looks as if he is using anatomical design as a tattoo upon his painted human body. Both the female and male subjects get their own treatment.

In Street Art: Viewing Platform in Zermatt, Switzerland

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
"Alice Studio, a group of students from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne has built a spiraling viewing platform in Zermatt, Switzerland. located on the edge of Lake Stelli, the 'Evolver' enables visitors to engage with and observe the panoramic landscape in a new and responsive manner."

Two Animated Films by Georges Schwizgebel

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Swiss animated film director Georges Schwizgebel is the man behind Jeu (2006) and The Man With No Shadow (2004), two great short animated films. Watch 'em!
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