Sean Freeman created this intricate piece of typography for the November/December issue of Foreign Policy. Upon closer inspection, you’ll find a complex constellation of line work making up the number 100 in commemoration of 2013′s leading global thinkers.
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.”
A Typography Tuesday special, here is a new series by Sean Freeman for Notegraphy- an app that allows users to customize the way they share text. “I wanted to create an alphabet using a simple aesthetic that communicates a feel that is at the same time dramatic, ethereal and pure – some kind of minimalist dreamscape. […]
Sean Freeman was commissioned by Another Planet Entertainment to create this retro-inspired gig poster for The Postal Service performances this past July at the Greek Theatre. Scroll below to see some of Sean’s light and color tests. “After seeing their new tour at both Primavea & in London, we were inspired by the linear light […]
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.
Artist Sean Freeman created the cover art for the novel Doctor Sleep by Stephen King, the sequel to King’s novel The Shining (1977). With Doctor Sleep, Stephen King returns to the characters and territory of The Shining, featuring the now middle-aged Dan Torrance (the boy protagonist of The Shining).
Another Planet Entertainment hired Sean Freeman to create this fun gig poster for Green Day’s show on April 16th at the Greek Theatre in LA. The juicy type stands out on a slate background and coheres seamlessly with the band’s vivacious sound.
Sean Freeman was assigned this March 11 cover of The New Republic. Sean’s headline illustration and type break up into little pixels, disintegrating and flowing away as a whirlwind representation of the World Wide Web.
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.
Typographer extraordinaire, Sean Freeman joined forces with 180 Amsterdam to create this series for the PlayStation Network. Each image is the intro for a GRTV trailer on PSN’s Gamereactor site.
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) […]
This holiday season, Sean Freeman and the team at DDB are bringing big cheer to New York City’s bus stops and phone booths. Five New York Lotto installations are on display around Manhattan, each containing 1,800 light bulbs illuminating Sean’s typography. Click here to read Adweek’s write-up on the project.
Sean Freeman collaborated with the team at BJL to create this colorful TV spot for the Crown Paints “It’s Personal” campaign.
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.
For Wired UK’s September features opener, artist Sean Freeman was tasked with an open brief to do something a little special with date, 09.12.
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.
Artist Sean Freeman created the art for the cover of the May 20th issue of The New York Times Magazine.
Artist Sean Freeman created the art work for this week’s cover of Time Magazine. Check out more work by Sean on the Levine/Leavitt site.