Dimitri Daniloff joined forces with the team at Iris Worldwide to produce this newly launched ‘Experience the Breakthrough’ campaign for Vype e-cigarettes. The project was shot in London with renowned freerunner, Ashley Holland, and as to be expected when Dimitri collaborates with an athlete, the result is breathtaking.
Out on shelves and just in time for the winter season, Sean Freeman designed this beautiful set of snowboards for Rome’s Scandal collection. Thrilled to announce this collaboration, Sean writes, ”product design has a special place in my heart & designing snowboards has always been on top of the dream list.”
The holidays came early this year when Burton launched their 2014 After School Special snowboard covered from head-to-toe in Brosmind‘s artwork. From the packaging to the illustration and typography, Brosmind created a completely unique snowboard that will be the talk of the trails this season.
Sean Freeman recently collaborated with photographer, Iain Crawford on this new series of personal work. Removing each athlete from his/her game-time environment, Sean’s splash work adds dimension and amplifies the energy of each image.
“Venice, California. Home of the Zephyr skate team and formerly known as Dog Town– this is where skateboarding was born. Today, Venice has one of the best bowls in the world and one can regularly see big name skaters ripping up this pristine and beautiful bit of concrete.” -Nick Meek
Sacha Waldman and Cheil Worldwide worked together on this campaign sponsored by Samsung for Orange Africa Cup of Nations- a soccer championship organized by the Confederation of African Football.
New work by Sacha Waldman for Nike’s Make It Count campaign featuring some of Africa’s star football players.
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presses, and we’re proud to announce that three Levine/Leavitt artists were awarded in the Advertising, Periodical, and Unpublished categories.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) […]
Last month, Adam & Company’s spot for Syracuse University was released during halftime at the SU vs. Louisiana State game. The university had been running the same ad for about seven years and wanted to create something that would grab the attention within the world of higher education advertising. Adam writes, “Our goal was to […]
Peter Funch was hired by New York Magazine to photograph the Knicks for an article in this week’s issue called “The Anti-D’Antoni.” The image of the prized New York team at practice takes up two full pages and serves as a much needed post Sandy pick-me-up.
Brosmind teamed up with the folks at BBDO to illustrate this rad map of NYC for Gillette’s ‘The City is My Gym’ campaign. The pop-up advertisements run through a number of cities, and encourages men to participate in a variety of physical outdoor activities to test the endurance of their Odor Shield deodorant/antiperspirant.
Craig & Karl worked with The Arc Factory to create this fun, animated short that celebrates the release of Red Bull Silver Edition featuring stunt rider Robbie Maddison.
New work from photographer Dimitri Daniloff , a series called ‘Levitation’ shot in Nimes, France with a Nikon D800.
Sean Freeman was commissioned by Wieden + Kennedy to create this piece for Jordan, congratulating Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul & Maya Moore for taking home the gold at the Olympics.
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.
Ironman Triathalon athletes Sarah Reinertsen and Chris Lieto are a recent addition to the Chocolate Milk campaign shot by Danny Clinch. You can see the entire campaign and Team Refuel on the Milk site.
To coincide with the start of the Olympics in London AMV BBDO asked photographer Nick Meekto shoot this campaign for EDF, the company that is powering the games. At the time of the shoot, the stadium wasn’t finished. Nick needed to shoot for super-sites that require massively high quality images. They created what they believe […]
Part of an exercise in color using the Nikon D800, photographer Dimitri Daniloff captured these images of dancers in action near Nime, France. You can see more work by Dimitri on the Levine/Leavitt site.