Watch: "OSCILLATE" by Daniel Sierra

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 20, 2013
For his MFA Computer Art Thesis at School of Visual Arts in NYC, Daniel Sierra explored and visualized "waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and sound work in unison to capture the viewer's attention." It sure worked on us. Watch the video after the jump...

Horseface+Heifer

Erotica // Friday, May 17, 2013
Ever fantasize about a sexy horse and cow frolicking in a low-lit motel room? If you haven't, you might very well start to after seeing this crazy video from Vancouver, BC-based filmmaker Brent Fulton, who fully admits that as far as the creative process goes, "I like the raunchy shit." He ain't lying. 

That Will Be The Day

Illustration // Friday, May 17, 2013
"That Will Be The Day" is a mesmerizing audio/visual collaboration between composer Aldo Aréchar and motion graphics artist Matthew DiVito. Based in Boston, MA, DiVito uses Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D to create his superb motion graphics work, and his abstract, soft-focus approach flawlessly complements Aréchar's sweeping instrumental compositions.

Tom Sachs for VistaJet Flight Safety Video

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 15, 2013
I flew on Virgin America on Monday, and their airplane/flight safety video is one of the better ones in the industry if you think a bit of irony and humor is good with your "danger, your seat can't float ,you will drown" scenario you face with while they serve you white wine and diet coke on your way to San Francisco. Tom Sachs, one of the more innovative and interesting big wig artists of the moment, created a safety video for luxury private jet company, VistaJet. Who says stop-motion and Barbie doesn't equate to feeling safe? 

New Mural by Felice Varini

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Swiss artist Felice Varini is back with another one of his illusionary large scale geometric murals, this time at the Grand Palais in Paris. Watch a video after the jump to see how he uses projectors and stencils to create the artwork which only appears from a specific viewpoint.

What's The Time?: The Beastie Boys' Album Covers Through the Artist Voices

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Juxtapoz June 2013 issue, a visual history of the Beastie Boys and tribute to MCA, is now officially on newsstands. As we compiled the issue, our contributing editor Joey Garfield put together a short clip from his interviews featuring some of the artists who contributed to the visual identity of the band. This is the history of the Beastie Boys, in their voices, from Bruce Davidson to Cey Adams, Glen E Friedman to Ricky Powell. 

Rubber House Studio for Gotye

Illustration // Friday, May 10, 2013
  Rubber House Studio is a design studio based out of Melbourne, and led by Gregory Sharpand Ivan Dixon, that specializes in colorful and wonderfully peculiar animations and character designs for a variety of clients. A favorite of ours is this heavily illustrated music video for Gotye for the song 'Don't Worry, We'll Be Watching You'  

Appreciating: Saul Bass and the Movies

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 08, 2013
On May 8, 1920, one of the most iconic and influential graphic designers, Saul Bass, was born. Creating posters and opening film sequences for classics like Pyscho, North By Northwest, Vertigo, Anatomy of a Murder, West Side Story, Cape Fear, Goodfellas, Casino, and countless more, we give a nod to the legend who passed away in 1996. Here is a collection of his great posters, and a few of our favorite opening title sequences... enjoy. Even Google got into the mix with a fantastic ode to Mr Bass on their search page... 

Dancing Stop-Motion Life-Drawings

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 03, 2013
Wriggles & Robbins put together this short stop-motion film to promote life-drawing classes at east London's Book Club. In the film, a life model is drawn by the students and dances from easel to easel. After setting up ten easels and capturing the artists sketching the model at a different angle, they edited it together by merging each drawing into the next.

The World's Smallest Movie

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 02, 2013
IBM scientists have created the world's smallest movie using a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) to drag the atoms across the surface of a copper place using magnetism...taking Stop-Motion to a whole new (very very tiny) level.

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