Oreo is inviting their fans to reconsider what it means to play with their food. They invited ten unique artists from around the world to put their spin on the treat for the “Play With Oreo” campaign that launched in January and continues this month. The illustration geniuses of Brosmind, Craig & Karl, and Alex Trochut […]
Illustration house La Boca was recently invited to collaborate with street-wear veterans Stussy for their Guest Artist series, lending their sci-fi aesthetic to four distinctly La Boca x Stussy t-shirts. Stussy interviewed Scot Bendall, one of La Boca’s founding members, about the inspiration behind the pieces. La Boca started 13 years ago, what was the […]
Recently team Mogollon designed an extra special projection for Courtney Barnett’s live show. Barnett, a singer-songwriter known for her unapologetic style, paired perfectly with Mogollon’s psychedelic patterns as a backdrop to her performance. Concert-goers were treated to the floral, graphic, and punky visuals Mogollon are known for cranking out, again, proving that their versatility goes […]
This month, photographer Danny Clinch debuts a special collection of prints for his exhibition entitled “Walls of Sound”, opening at New York City’s Milk Gallery on March 4th. Expect to see intimate portraits of Danny’s favorite rockstars, as well as never before seen photos taken at music festivals over the years. Also on display is a […]
It’s been a long and cold winter for most of the world, and if you’re living in a place where temperatures have barely crawled above freezing, you might be inclined to take a boring holiday over struggling with hand-warmers any day. In photographer Dimitri Daniloff‘s series entitled “Boring Holiday”, he weaves a playful dose of surrealism […]
After the Mercedes Petronas won last year’s driver and construction Formula One Championship, they released a campaign using the to illustrate the efficiency between Formula One and standard Mercedes vehicles. The ad features the actual car driven by Lewis Hamilton in the 2014 race, but photographer Markus Wendler, king of composition, used both 3D models […]
For over a decade, seasoned music photographer Danny Clinch has set up a studio backstage at The Grammy’s and gotten up close and personal with the likes of James Brown, Willie Nelson, and countless other legends. This year, The Recording Academy and Instagram partnered to lift the veil on the once secretive affair and release […]
This week, photographer and resident Levine/Leavitt adventurer Katie Orlinsky is on location in Whitehorse, Yukon, photographing the 2015 Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race for National Geographic News. Since 1984, mushers and dog teams competing in the Yukon Quest have traveled across 1,000 miles of frozen sub-Arctic wilderness, from Canada’s Yukon Territory into […]
The talented brothers of Brosmind seem to live in a world all their own, inhabited by a fleet of fantastic characters they bring to life with the flick of a wrist and a tablet or two. No two figures, or for that matter, personalities are the same, and viewing one of their artworks reminds us of searching […]
Photographer Joaquin Trujillo has been hard at work in his hometown of Zacatecas, Mexico. This winter he’s taken over the New Yorker photo department Instagram as well as continued colorful work for his series, Mal de Ojo. Here’s a sneak peek of the images he’s been capturing for his unique take on self portraiture.
For our continuation of Kelsey Dake‘s weekly illustration, we present her Campbell’s soup can for The New York Times Magazine. In the art world, a new breed of storage lockers are popping up, ones that hold valuable works for an elite group of people. It seems more and more wealthy investors are buying and then storing fine […]
Music and lifestyle photographer Josh Goleman recently captured a day in the life of up-and-coming rapper Dej Loaf in a Detroit neighborhood where she was born and raised. Her viral hit single “Try Me” became a fast favorite of ballers Kevin Durant and John Wall, and thanks to a healthy push from social media, she’s since […]
The most recent series from photographer Peter Funch, in collaboration with Project Pleasure, creates a narrative on the fragility of nature that would exist as art and a warning. Expedition Mt. Baker’s photographs are reminiscent of yesterday’s postcards, seemingly frozen in time, unlike the ice that slowly melts beneath its peaks. From a recent spotlight in The […]
Prolific photographer and filmmaker Marcel Christ has a brand new site featuring his most recent projects, including commissioned work for Absolut, Coca-Cola, Glenmorangie, and Dior. Additionally, his popular personal projects like Clouds, Micros, and Melted are available for viewing.
James Day is riding on the recent wave of great females featured on L/L News with his portraits of comic book screenwriter Jane Goldman. If you’ve been a fan of the recent cinematic adaptations of X-Men or quirky comedy Kick-Ass, you are a fan of Jane. James lent his brilliant studio aesthetic to a simple portrait, perfect for […]
Our Artist in Residence Illustrator and Young Guns 12 winner Kelsey Dake has the weekly challenge of creating one of her signature illustrations for the New York Times Magazine. This week, her focus was on legalized gambling for sports, in particular, basketball. Her illustrations are available to view in print and online.
Encompassing 13 tons of candy pieces and nearly 14,000-square-feet, Craig & Karl‘s installation for the ‘Sweet as One’ exhibition in Chengdu aims to celebrate the Chinese New Year in a festive and celebratory way. The exhibition was curated by Hong Kong creative studio AllRightsReserved to bring awareness to the plight of underprivileged children in rural […]
To be a phenomenal photographer means to work exceptionally well with with what you have. Air drop Markus Wendler in any extreme environment with every element working against him, and he will manage to produce the perfect shot. Like a photographic seamstress, he can sew together a magnificent blue sky on an overcast day and […]