In honor of Adorama’s monthly networking event, which will feature Levine/Leavitt’s Katie Orlinsky on January 26th, we present her series “The Aqualillies”. From The Daily Beast: “Known as the “Rockettes of the Water,” The Aqualillies combine the gracefulness of ballet with the athleticism of synchronized swimming to create an elegant, awe-inspiring performance. Founded by Mesha Kusmann, […]
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 […]
Photographer Peter Funch‘s series on Mount Baker’s diminishing glaciers was recently highlighted in The New Yorker‘s portfolio spotlight. Peter, in collaboration with Project Pleasure, sought to create 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 […]
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 […]
Just outside of Shanghai in Songjiang New City, China, Dimitri Daniloff captured the sheer oddity of a town both deserted and populace. Modeled after England’s classic market town style architecture and decorated by red telephone booths, narrow cobblestone streets, and a statue of Winston Churchill, Thames Town currently exists to serve two purposes; as a hot bed for investment real estate and 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 Dimitri Daniloff captured a spectacular moment in Spain when he came across a group of men known as “trickers” practicing their jumps on the beaches of Castellon. Tricking is a form of unique martial arts that involves acrobatics and moves borrowed from other forms of martial arts. Dimitri’s attention to movement and its interaction with […]
Finding inspiration in unexpected places is something photographer James Day does exceptionally well. A simple handkerchief picked up at Labour and Wait, for example, led him to experiment with the compositions created by folding the silk squares. Laying them against a complimentary background provided a healthy dose of contrast and whimsy. It just goes to show […]
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 […]
Sean Freeman and creative producer Eve Steben went above and beyond on their latest project: a gig poster for The National. They gathered a few friends and a whole lot of plaster to arrive at a finished product that combines elements of sculpture and typography. “For this special creative commission, with their music in mind, we […]
Still life photographer and chemistry buff, Marcel Christ, just released this intoxicating motion project mixing some of his greatest personal works to date. Marcel filmed as he photographed his powder explosions and paint clouds, resulting in an arresting piece of visual poetry.
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.
For a new series of personal work, Dimitri Daniloff photographed Kundai Kenji Murapa, brand ambassador for New Balance South Africa and director of Sabotage Elite parkour. “The whole project came because I love Parkour not for the spectacular side of it but for the discipline, control and knowledge of yourself. The idea I like behind Parkour is that it’s not about going […]
As Levine/Leavitt’s newest intern and part-time design geek, I relished the opportunity to speak with Craig Redman of iconic design team Craig & Karl. We met in Craig’s Lower East Side studio space on a chilly February afternoon, surrounded by in-progress designs and fantastically colored knick-knacks that seemed to belong in their own quirky Craig […]
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!
In one 10,000th of a second, Marcel Christ captures those poetic moments that divide control and chaos. In his latest series of personal work titled, Pario, he artfully engineers water and paint bringing to life moments invisible to our naked eye. In a constant search for the unexpected, Marcel has mastered the technical aspect of his […]
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