Sean Freeman nailed the cover of Time Magazine’s March 4th issue. A special report addressing exorbitant medical expenses, Sean created a clean, sterile piece to fit the bill.
Mogollon just completed this cover for the Oscars edition of The Hollywood Reporter. We took the opportunity to interview Monica and Francisco about their work, inspiration, and undying love for gold. Can you tell us about the assignment from concept to finish and walk us through your process ? The initial concept was to create four […]
Craig & Karl take Vogue Japan by storm with this smashing spread for the March 2013 issue. A revival of the swinging 60′s, their signature pop-art style works in perfect matrimony with this mod-inspired edition.
Two weeks ago, without a proper introduction, we posted about a fellow named Darcel. Now, to pay him his due respect, we’ve asked creator, Craig Redman of Craig & Karl, to tell us more about his dearest dour friend. Scroll down further for an interview with Darcel. Who is Darcel? Darcel is a mostly miserable character […]
Alex Trochut developed this organic type for The New York Times Magazine article titled, “Is the Cure for Cancer Already Inside You?” With so many intricate details in each letter, it made for an eye-catching 2-page spread.
Danny Clinch recently photographed Ben Harper and harmonica-master Charlie Musselwhite for their upcoming album “Get Up!” We took the opportunity to interview Danny about his experience collaborating with the two musical legends on this assignment. Q: You have a history of photographing both artists individually, how was it different working with them then and now? […]
Juan and Alejandro of Brosmind are constantly brightening our day with their unique sense of humor and playful illustrations. Below is a new piece commissioned by Mucho for a restaurant called El Passatge del Murmuri. Brosmind was one of nine artists from Barcelona hired to design a wall for the restaurant and the only rule was to […]
Craig Redman of Craig & Karl‘s beloved friend, Darcel Disappoints, made a front page appearance in the New York Times Sunday Review yesterday. A full-pager, we’re not sure how dour Darcel handled all of that attention!
The 3rd annual Communication Arts Typography issue is hot off the presses, and we’re proud to announce that three Levine/Leavitt artists were awarded in the Advertising, Periodical, and Unpublished categories. Congratulations Adam Larson, Sean Freeman, & Steve Wilson! Designer: Adam & Co. Category: Advertising (Pages 114-115) Client: Nike Typographer: Sean Freeman Category: Advertising (Pages 116-117) […]
Steve Wilson illustrated this portrait for an article in Time about Egypts president, Mohamed Morsi. Morsi was elected runner-up for Time’s annual Person of the Year award.
Francisco Lopez and Monica Brand of Mogollon received an awesome write-up on We Heart followed by an interview with the design duo. In the article titled, Inside the Beautiful Minds of Mogollon, Editor in Chief, James Davidson writes: “Like many New York visionaries who’ve treaded similar waters before them, Francisco Lopez and Monica Brand – aka Mogollon (spanish slang for […]
Craig & Karl have been illustrating up a storm and below are some of their latest portraits. From film to fashion, these bold colors and energetic patterns are sure to cure a case of the Monday’s.
Steve Wilson illustrated this smashing piece for Anthony Lane’s review of “Killing Them Softly” in The Current Cinema section of The New Yorker this week. Between the texture, palette, and Steve’s distinctive style, the image is a perfect fit for the article.
TrujilloPaumier was featured in the Eating Out section of this week’s issue of The New Yorker in an article called “Land of the Seven Moles.” Joaquin and Brian don’t just tell a visual story about the Oaxaca food scene, they also contribute personal experiences. Joaquin says, “Oaxaca never lets me forget how blessed I am that […]
Steve Wilson lit up Los Angeles Magazine with this illustration for an article written about nightlife connoisseur and LA club owner, Steve Edelson.
Craig & Karl illustrated a completely unique portrait of Barack Obama for the cover of New York Magazine this week. This eye-catching image was sure to turn heads toward the newsstand after a heated election season.
TrujilloPaumier was one of five Levine/Leavitt artists assigned to photograph the intriguing lives of Michael Jackson impersonators for Lemon Magazine‘s photo-article, “Men in the Mirror.” Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier give a striking introduction to the story by portraying a start-to-finish metamorphosis of Dev, a female Michael Jackson impersonator. They transition into a narrative, using Las Vegas […]
Sacha Waldman photographed a young MJ impersonator for Lemon Magazine‘s special edition issue paying homage to the King of Pop. Taking a day-in-the-life approach, Sacha depicts his subject, Michael Johnson, from within his own home.