Scott Campbell "Strike Anywhere" by Colin Devin Moore

Tattoo // Friday, December 16, 2011
We hung out with director and filmmaker Colin Devin Moore in Miami a few weeks back, and he told us about a short film he just made with tattoo and fine artist, Scott Campbell. The video features a 7-headed cobra drawn with gunpowder and then covered with paper.

Terri & Gary "Elastic Reality" @ FIFTY24SF Gallery, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 15, 2011
Before their exhibition at THIS Los Angeles in April 2011, we spent the day with Terri & Gary and shot a promotional video about, well, self-help in the modern, social networking age. We think that is what it was about. The duo are back with a new, more Holiday themed exhibition, Elastic Reality, opening at FIFTY24SF Gallery in San Francisco this Friday, December 16.

TIMELAPSE : DAVID CHOE AND DVS 1 FOR NUART

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 15, 2011
Just when we were really beginning to miss Stavanger, Norway, the good people of Nuart just sent us this timelapse of David Choe and DVS-1 painting their black light installation room. Lucky you, you get to read about DVS-1 in an upcoming issue of Juxtapoz.

The Bay Lights LED Project

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, there is an opinion that the Bay Bridge, extending from Oakland to SF, is an overlooked bridge in the area. Looking from the North shore of SF, the span is quite impressive. Artist Leo Villareal, in honor of the Bay Bridge's 75th Anniversary, wants to turn the venerable bridge into an LED installation. Video after the jump . . .

Remains in the End Times @ The Popular Workshop, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 08, 2011
This past weekend The Popular Workshop had an opening party for Remains in the End Times, a multi-layered show featuring mostly video art from Yoshi Sodeoka, Rosa Menkman, Daniel Menche, J.K. Keller, and Cristopher Cichocki with prints curated by Jesse Lee Stout. The art in this exhibit is all around you, intense, frenetic, and unrelenting. The highlight is an installation of video art in the far corner made of deconstructed Simpsons episode.

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.

TEMPERA PAINT Video

Graffiti // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Here is an official extended version promoting Montana’s newest Tempera paint, with graffiti writer Sawe demonstrating it’s capabilities and use. We particularly enjoy the little character “Lady Tempura” and the great use of sound throughout the video.

3.2 Million Dots, One Portrait

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
This is a portrait of my father, and it only took 3.2 million dots to complete it. So is the work of Miguel Endara, who used several different Micron pens to recreate a portrait of his father that was made on a photocopier. The video that goes with the portrait only took 210 hours to complete. Only.

The Night We Were Kings

Illustration // Thursday, December 01, 2011
"The Night We Were Kings" is a short animated film by five students, Chloé Nicolay, Mandy Wyckens, Anthony Lejeune, Gaspard Sumeire, and Léa Justum, from the Gobelins School of Image in Paris, France. The film is a gorgeous example of pure visual storytelling. NSFW, brief animated nudity.

Good Behavior Video

Graffiti // Thursday, December 01, 2011
The description to this video reads as follows: “The production of this movie does not support or want to encourage or insight illegal acts of vandalism. We disagree with the actions or opinions of the figures in this movie. Good Behavior was produced to document a culture.”  Good ol’ fashion vandalism, I’m guessing by some of the names this was filmed in Barcelona.

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