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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]
For Art Basel 2014, which kicked off this week in Miami Beach, Alex Trochut debuted a unique new typographic series entitled “Fine Line” at the Spectrum Art Fair. Alex found himself inspired by the multitude of paradoxes and oxymorons experienced day-to-day, as well as the subtleties of language, and as a result concocted the interactive […]
Mogollon is having their second exhibition in Tokyo this month, in Aoyama, at IDOL gallery as a collaboration with Teto Records and Red Bull Music Academy. Posters, prints, video, textiles and mirrors will be at the exhibition, along with some tote bags for sale. Below is the flyer for the show, as well as a […]
Nick Meek knows landscapes. His photos capture whispers of tension in calming compositions, and he always manages to make the best of any unforeseen situation. In this case, a surprise electrical storm. “A couple of days ago I took a vertical mile hike up to La Jonction, a huge granite ridge that leads to an […]
Photographer James Day has wandered from his comfort zone in favor of elegant black and white portraits in his newest ongoing series, fittingly entitled Old Salt. “I find shooting personal work very fulfilling creatively and I think it is so important as it really feeds your commercial work and your creative soul. The hardest thing is […]
In a new series of personal work titled, Micros, Marcel Christ set out to explore every day household products using a microscope and his digital camera back. Infinitely curious and fascinated by visuals that cannot be seen by the naked eye, here is the first installment of Marcel’s experimental three-part series.
Come join us on Thursday, February 20th from 6-9pm for the opening and book launch of Brian Paumier’s series, Act of Faith at the Christopher Henry Gallery in New York City. “Act of Faith is a body of work that includes still photos, video, and mixed media installation, often repeating the same images in different […]
Danny Clinch is one of the select photographers showing work at the prestigious American Cool exhibit in Washington, D.C.’S National Portrait Gallery through September 7th, 2014. Hung among cool’s top contenders is Danny’s portrait below of Tom Waits from 2004 taken in Santa Rosa, CA. Congratulations Danny!
Peter Funch has just loaded his site up with over 60 new pieces from his personal series, Images of Dream and History. For the full update, visit www.peterfunch.com
Come join us tomorrow evening (5/9) from 6-9 PM at the opening reception of Yo Como Te Recuerdo; an exhibition of works by Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier at the Christopher Henry Gallery in New York City. Culture-rich and loaded with stories about personal identity, the show will be up from May 9-June-23 and you won’t want to miss it! […]
Pomme Chan worked with British design house, Lazerian and their partners, James Cropper on the Gerald Project; a collaboration between 105 world-class image makers who have customized 120 different versions of Gerald the dog. Below are Pomme’s contributions to the project, both of which will be on view during New York Design Week at the Gerald […]
Peter Funch recently shot François-Xavier Lalanne’s famed sheep for Christie’s Magazine. Using various locations at the Christie’s offices in Rockerfeller Center, Peter explains, “The snap shot feeling was inspired by photographs of the sheep in a 1967 issue of Life magazine. I wanted to put some personality and collective spirit into the sheep while adding a bit of […]
These two portraits, “Mel” and “Jary”, are from the Ninos series by Joaquin Trujillo. Prints from this series are currently for sale at Rose Gallery in Los Angeles. About the Ninos series: When Joaquin Trujillo was a child growing up in Hermita de Guadalupe, Mexico, he recalls his mother preparing the family for the all-important […]
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 […]