Sean Freeman created this intricate piece of typography for the November/December issue of Foreign Policy. Upon closer inspection, you’ll find a complex constellation of line work making up the number 100 in commemoration of 2013′s leading global thinkers.
Danny Clinch was selected as a featured photographer for the Write On campaign honoring some of BMI‘s most noted songwriters. Danny’s deep ties to the music industry lend seamlessly to the celebration of songwriters across all genres- from Macklemore to Willie Nelson. _
Steve Wilson created this mesmerizing gig poster for the Pretty Lights performance in San Francisco last week at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. To harmonize with the band’s name, Steve designed typography that appears illuminated. ___
Dimitri Daniloff joined forces with the team at Iris Worldwide to produce this newly launched ‘Experience the Breakthrough’ campaign for Vype e-cigarettes. The project was shot in London with renowned freerunner, Ashley Holland, and as to be expected when Dimitri collaborates with an athlete, the result is breathtaking.
La Boca was recently commissioned by Island Records to create the cover art for Bombay Bicycle Club’s latest album So Long, See You Tomorrow and new single, Carry Me. La Boca took the job one step further and created this retro-inspired day-to-night animated pack shot.
Splash specialist, Marcel Christ, recently released this new personal series which puts bright viscous paints to motion. Though Marcel is recognized as a still life photographer, there is nothing still his work; he shoots a broad scope of complex materials always resulting in a one-of-a-kind creation.
From a brand new body of work, here is a selection of mouthwatering type by Steve Wilson that experiments with palette and form. “My main goal with this series was to try and bring more dimension into my work which is something I have been concentrating on generally this year. I’ve used type and in particular […]
Each year, Danny pops up the Clinch tent at Bonnaroo and captures some of the festival’s most interesting faces; from members of the crowd to main stage performers. This is a special edit highlighting some of Danny’s favorite portraits from Bonnaroo 2013.
Pomme Chan has been busy in Bangkok this past fall as her very own Pomme-branded cafe, Caffe What If, has opened to the public. Everything from windows, to cushions, to tableware and upholstery, features her beautiful hand-drawn creations. How did Caffe What If come to be? What If is a lifestyle brand, and since food and […]
For this December’s issue of Vanity Fair, Nick Foulkes penned an article on what he would be lusting after this Christmas and James Day was asked to illustrate his piece with a still life series of Nick’s wish list.
If you were in the UK this past summer, you may have seen the Mr. Quiffy ice cream van roll by. Craig & Karl teamed up with House of Holland to design a 17-piece collection featuring shorts, T-shirts, iPhone cases and jewelry all to be sold straight out of the truck. Together, the pair have created […]
Specializing in photo-illustration, CGI imagery and typography, Toby & Pete joined the L/L roster back in September and we’d like to share one of our personal favorites. In this series titled Gold Ribbons, Toby & Pete accomplish intricate textures and forms along the reflective surface of the ribbons created in CGI.
The team at Grey Worldwide called on Dimitri Daniloff to shoot this ad campaign for the new Canon 6D. The concept; to show a young film director who could become the next Hitchcock using his 6D. “The shoot was a lot of fun. We had a street closed off in downtown New York all night […]
Steve Wilson designed this one-color screen print on gold commissioned by Another Planet Entertainment for Mark Knopfler’s October performances at the Fox Theater in Oakland. “The design was based around Knopfler’s signature guitar, a Fender Stratocaster, combined with elements from the amazing venue– Fox Theater in Oakland where he was performing. The Fox Theater was […]
“This selection from the archive is a special one. It was my first series shot after-dark six years ago using long exposures and was the starting point for many other personal and commercial nighttime projects which followed.” -Markus Wendler
This mesmerizing poster was designed by La Boca for LA-based horror film festival, Beyond Fest. La Boca’s artwork adorned the columns of the Egyptian Theater throughout the month of October.
Peter Funch teamed up with Mother New York to create these stunning visuals for Target’s collaboration with 3.1 Phillip Lim. On September 5th, the 120 foot interactive moving panorama debuted to press and industry insiders at the Target release event during New York Fashion Week. Featuring stylish tastemakers from the US and Canada, the piece was […]
Published in November’s issue, Travel + Leisure featured this selection of work by TrujilloPaumier from their travels to Mumbai. Between the colors, characters, and intricate architecture, Joaquin & Brian offer a glimpse into the daily life of this captivating and dynamic city. __