The Creative Review Illustration Annual 2010 has just hit newsstands and features front and back cover art by Sean Freeman. For the project, Sean collaborated with photographer Jane Stockdale to build a 16 sq. ft. infinity mirror box and use experimental light sources to create lines and color. Here is what Sean had to say […]
In this new piece by Nick Meek, titled Hazmat, Nick continues to explore the style he employs in his Freaks series. To see more of Nick’s work, visit the Levine/Leavitt site.
Congratulations to Dimitri Daniloff, whose LG “Red and Blue” campaign was shortlisted at Cannes.
Dimitri Daniloff has shot a new campaign for the LG 3-D television, the first of it’s kind. The television is not the only cutting-edge technology used in the campaign. Due to the volcanic eruption in Iceland, Dimitri was unable to be on set in LA. His solution was to shoot everything remotely from his studio […]
A while back, A&Co. designed Malecopywriter.com, for the one and only, Lawson Clarke. The site recently won 2 Webby Awards in the categories of Best Home Page and Self-Promotion. ?
The June 2010 issue of Juxtapoz magazine features an article about the work of Peter Funch. Copies are currently on newsstands around the country. To see more of Peter’s work, visit the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photography collaborative Trujillo/Paumier is featured on the cover of the June issue of Afar Magazine. For the story, Joaquin and Brian traveled from Los Angeles to Taiwan to Shanghai photographing the famous dumpling houses, Din Tai Fung. We spoke with Joaquin and Brian about their travels for the assignment: “Shooting in Shanghai was especially cool […]
Steven Wilson’s animation work for BBC Radio is now online. Steven also created an illustration for the campaign. Take a look at the full animation below:
Steven Wilson was recently asked to contribute a typographic piece for the New York Times Magazine’s On Language column. The column is a weekly reflection on current usage of the English language; since 2005 The New York Times have commissioned illustrators to experiment with with typographical play in conjunction with stories’ headlines. The above piece […]
Below is a new illustration piece by Brosmind for Microsoft. To see more new work from the campaign, head to the Microsoft site. Click on the image to enlarge.
Brosmind has a second solo show opening this month of their Brosmind Army project, a limited edition collection of ceramic soldiers coined “Los Canotiers”. The show opens at the Kemistry Gallery, London June 25th and runs through July 31, 2010. To read more about the Brosmind Army project, check out our previous post with interviews […]