This holiday season, Sean Freeman and the team at DDB are bringing big cheer to New York City’s bus stops and phone booths. Five New York Lotto installations are on display around Manhattan, each containing 1,800 light bulbs illuminating Sean’s typography. Click here to read Adweek’s write-up on the project.
Adam Larson and Marcel Christ recently collaborated on this gig poster for Bassnectar. As if it wasn’t exciting enough to see two L/L artists working together so beautifully, the piece received a lovely write-up by James Grady on Design Envy. Grady writes, “I recently came across this poster for Bassnectar by Boston-based designer and illustrator Adam Larson ...
Steve Wilson lit up Los Angeles Magazine with this illustration for an article written about nightlife connoisseur and LA club owner, Steve Edelson.
Bromind made this darling memo for Levine/Leavitt to let all you people out there know that we have a new L.A. phone number. Gracias Juan y Alejandro! *Please do not prank call after 4:00am PST.
Graphic Therapy designed the new Paul Banks album artwork along with a limited edition silkscreen poster that came with the purchase of a pre-ordered copy through Matador Records.
Wallpaper hired illustrator/typographer Alex Trochut to create typefaces throughout their September 2012 fashion issue. Wallpaper writes, “Trochut’s human touch is what drew us to his work” to which Alex responded, “‘Lettering and calligraphy are perfect for our present times… because they’re about celebrating nature and the beauty of imperfection.”
Graphic Therapy designed the invitation, book, and venue installation graphics for the upcoming for Keep a Child Alive’s Black Ball 2012. A guru of aesthetics, Graphic Therapy constructed a constellation of forms which resulted in this beautiful marriage of graphic design, photography, and typography. The event will be held at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Nov 1st 2012 with Future Africa ...
Pomme Chan collaborated with Kanitta Meechubot to make this original, hand-drawn piece using collage and paint. Another exquisite example of how well Pomme works with others.
Alex Trochut was the guest of honor for the second installment of The Mill Lecture Series this month. Alex presented a variety of imagery and individuals that have influenced him as well as his portfolio of work ranging from album covers for The Rolling Stones to print ads for Absolut and Adidas, to editorial work for ...
Alex Trochut collaborated with photographer Javier Tles and CGI artist Gerardo del Hierro to create this gig poster for Gotye’s show at the Greek Theater. The medley of hand-crafted stones by Todoazul work in tandem with a variety of textures, making the image feel practically tangible.
Graphic Therapy was called on to do the album art for Rework: Philip Glass Remixed, a musical compilation celebrating the renowned composer’s 75th birthday. The idea for the album was sparked by a conversation between Philip Glass and Beck, with arrangements featuring Amon Tobin, Pantha du Prince, My Great Ghost, Cornelius 3, Tyondai Braxton and the list goes on…
Adam & Co designed this dreamy show poster for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Honing in on the sound of their music, Adam & Co delivers a visual specific to the band’s overall vibe.
Alex Trochut was commissioned by GBH to illustrate these international t-shirt graphics for Puma. Alex combined his acute design sense and expert typography skills to create a tee for folks who want to rock their nation’s colors in style.
Sean Freeman collaborated with the team at BJL to create this colorful TV spot for the Crown Paints “It’s Personal” campaign.
For Wired UK’s September features opener, artist Sean Freeman was tasked with an open brief to do something a little special with date, 09.12.
The 2011 Libalis wine collection from Vintae has been launched with label by illustration duo Juan and Alejandro Mingarro of Brosmind Studio. Working with the talented team at Moruba, two different styles of packaging were created to give consumers creative options.
Sean Freeman created the art below for the Olympic program, an article featuring the A-Z of every sport included in the 2012 summer games.
We are so excited to welcome design and illustration duo Craig & Karl to Levine/Leavitt! A little about the artists: Craig Redman and Karl Maier live in different parts of the world but collaborate daily to create bold work that is filled with simple messages executed in a thoughtful and often humorous way. They specialize ...