The World's First 3D Printing Photo Booth

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 30, 2012
We knew it was coming, but now it looks to be a reality. Currently, the world’s first 3D printing photo booth is open for a limited time at an exhibition space in Harajuku, Tokyo, EYE OF GYRE. What you can do? Get a reservation, go get your portrait taken, and then, instead of a regular photo, you get a mini figure of yourself.

Scribbled Line Portraits by Ayaka Ito

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 11, 2012
From a project in 3D Magazine in 2009, Ayaka Ito created a collection of photography portraying human figure in scribbled lines. It was distorted and reconstructed in 3D using a Flash drawing tool programmed by Randy Church.

Upper Playground Releases "stickUP" and David Choe "Choebot" Mobile Apps

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 02, 2012
After the success of Alex Pardee's "WayCooler" mobile sticker app, San Francisco-based Upper Playground teamed up with 99CentBrains to create two new free mobile apps: the "stickUP" app that features classic and UP artwork, and "Choebot," which allows you to apply David Choe's artwork to your photos or your parent's faces. Both are available in theApple App store now.

Live and Archived Wind Maps Using Data Visualization

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 31, 2012
In case you live under a rock, there have been some major weather and wind events over on the eastern seaboard of the United States of some unprecedented consequence (and our most sincere condolences go out to those who have been affected and are currently muscling through the devastation that Sandy roared through with).

Comic: How Tech Companies See You

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 23, 2012
We saw this comic/cartoon this moring on The Joy Of Tech, and to be honest, it isn't so much amazing art wise as it is clever and quite funny. Did you know that Google sees you as a naked harvest, and Facebook just sort of sells you to anything? Actually, you probably did know that. 

Moving The Still: A GIF Festival

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 19, 2012
As we are finalizing our plans for the 2012 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, we came across something we will not be missing this year. Tumblr has announced Moving the Still: A GIF Festival, curated by online art market Paddle 8. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the GIF, and it has come a long way from tricking out your MySpace page and dancing babies.

Shepard Fairey for InkCards

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 18, 2012
With the upcoming election less than a month away, November 2012 feature artist Shepard Fairey (not to mention an artist set to open a new show in London this Friday, October 19) teamed up with InkCards and created a postcard you can mail for free to friends and family to just simply remind them to vote.

The Works of Rod Hunt

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Rod Hunt is an award winning London based Illustrator and artist who has built a reputation for retro tinged illustrations and detailed character filled landscapes. With UK and international clients spanning publishing, design, advertising, and new media, he's illustrated everything from book covers to advertising campaigns, theme park maps, iPhone apps and even the odd large scale installation, too!

The Works of Arian Behzadi

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 02, 2012
From neurobiologist to graphic designer. Californian artist Arian Behzadi has continued to create amazing mixed media collages that fuse science with artistic expression. Behzadi explains "I have always found parallels between art and the sciences so a lot of my studies find their way into my artwork."

The Keyboard Horse by Babis

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 02, 2012
Hedonism(y) Trojaner is a sculpture made by Babis, made of resin and recycled keyboard keys. We assume, and this is just our understanding of mythology, but that this sculpture is a metaphor for the knowledge that the internet gives us is a secret attack waiting to happen. And not what it appears. Okay, we are quite sure this is what this work means.

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