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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
For Rolling Stone’s latest issue, music lover and photographer Danny Clinch shot the reunion of riot grrrl/punk legends Sleater-Kinney. After a 12 year hiatus, the band made up of Corin Tucker, Janet Weiss, and Carrie Brownstein, have come together to release a new album entitled “No Cities To Love”. It’s obvious, even by fixating momentarily onto […]
For the week of January 12th, Joaquin Trujillo will take over the New Yorker Photo Department’s Instagram to share the hometown traditions and festivities that his family has been part of for the last 150 years in La Feria Ermita De Guadalupe, Zacatecas, Mexico. For the rest of Joaquin’s images, follow the New Yorker Photo Department’s Instagram […]
Marcel Christ is the master of the controlled explosion- plumes of color, dust tendrils, and the like, are his specialty, which he seems to effortlessly captures on film with a secret sequence of motions. For Foreign Policy’s feature on the top 100 Global Thinkers of 2014, Marcel created a series of images to encompass the […]
UK-based illustrator and typographer Sean Freeman was recently commissioned to design a cover fit for New York Times Magazine‘s annual health issue. Using a combination of photography and digital editing, Sean rendered “The Fountain of Youth” headline in such a way that, upon closer inspection, is extraordinarily subtle in aquatic detail. The health issue is on […]
Photographer Peter Funch shot the hypothetical characters renting out your apartment via the increasingly popular/controversial, Airbnb, for an article in New York Magazine‘s latest issue. Each scene depicts the very different types of people who use Airbnb, their personalities, and the way they settle in the generic New York apartment with a bit of a catch: […]
For WIRED Magazine‘s biggest interview to date, featuring Edward Snowden, illustrator Steve Wilson channeled his inner hacker to create a splash page with a hidden message. The issue focusses on the the recent NSA scandal made public by Snowden, so Steve designed a page that holds multiple secret messages within its vectored lines- which was then […]
Illustrator and designer Alex Trochut recently created a stunning visual for the cover of Vanity Fair’s appropriately named “Style Issue”, hitting stands in September. The special periodical is set to feature a list of 2014′s best dressed individuals, and so a luxe, hand-lettered approach ended up being the perfect solution. Feast your eyes on the final […]
Sean Freeman is passionate about typography, much like the former foundry, Hoefler & Co.; a New York City design giant for over twenty years. As a designer, Sean consistently gravitates toward the unexpected by incorporating new techniques in his work. For an article in New York Magazine‘s latest issue, he took the Gotham typeface put on the map […]
James Day landed the cover of Vanity Fair UK’s spring 2014 design issue with this still life photo he shot for the annual time piece feature. James and set designer, Brigit Hegarty, were asked to create images based around five different movements from the history of art; Cubism, Biomorphism, Popart, Surrealism and Brutalism.
Sean Freeman was commissioned by The New York Times Magazine to create this type treatment for the opener of their most recent cover story. Sean applied a wood-block texture to each letter, giving the work a completely custom, hand-crafted feel.
For the travel section of Vanity Fair UK’s March issue, James Day photographed this graphic still life flashing the season’s hottest sunnies.
For their Most Innovative Companies 2014 issue, Fast Company assigned Nick Meek to the GoPro. In classic Meek style, Nick set off to the alps to photograph an eagle wearing a GoPro camera, a reenactment of a video-gone-viral last year exemplifying the limitlessness of this hot new device.
Alex Trochut reworked the fashion cover story of Redmilk Magazine‘s Creative Visionaries issue with a series of drippy graphics and playful type. See below for Redmilks’ video interview with Alex about his method, process, and inspiration.