Brosmind’s latest illustrations for Nike: a campaign for running awareness in Spain. They chose to create 19 different illustrations, each depicting characters running while doing ordinary things, i.e. running to the store, or running to catch the bus, or running after you get robbed. The illustrations were made into stickers which were slapped all over […]
The Mingarro Brothers are featured this month in Notizie Magazine, full interview (in Spanish, for you Latinophiles) inside. You can see more of Brosmind’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
On November 4th & 5th, Trapped in Suburbia will be hosting Don’t Believe the Type – a typographic exhibition and series of lectures and workshops. Artist Sean Freeman will be running a workshop on 3D typography on the 5th, tickets available on the Trapped in Suburbia site. Workshop Description: Sean is an expert in making […]
Created by artist Adam Larson, this poster was commissioned as a gift for the band Widespread Panic for their shows at the Fox Theater this month. See more of Adam’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site. If you would like a copy of this poster, please email email@example.com.
Re-post: The opening for the show is this Thursday night, Oct. 14th at Morrison Hotel Gallery on Prince Street, NYC. Morrison Hotel Gallery presents a special dual exhibition and sale featuring the photography of Frank Stefanko and Danny Clinch, fellow Jersey residents, friends and artistic collaborators of music legend Bruce Springsteen. Stefanko and Clinch were […]
Trujillo/Paumier traveled to Mexico to capture the people, food and landscape of Vallarta, Merida, Oaxaca and D.F (Mexico City) for the October issue of Conde Nast Traveler. We asked Joaquin Trujillo for a few words about the shoot: “I love Mexico. What is not to love about Mexico? Shooting this insert for Conde Nast was […]
Let’s kick start this week with an image from the archives – My Morning Jacket shot by Danny Clinch. The band will be performing in NYC next week for 5 nights at Terminal 5. You can see more of Danny’s work, and more shots of MMJ, on the Levine/Leavitt site.
We are so proud to announce photographer James Day has joined Levine/Leavitt’s roster of artists. James lives and works in London, where he specializes in shooting still life, automotive and portraits for advertising clients. You can see more of James Day’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Adam Larson created this poster for the Flaming Lips, a gift to the band commissioned by Another Planet Entertainment. When asked about his inspiration, Adam said he “hoped to create something that even the Flaming Lips might find trippy”. He certainly hit the nail on the head with this one. If you’d like a copy […]
This poster created by Barcelona based artist Alex Trochut, using denim, embroidery and bleach. The piece was commissioned as a gift for the band by Another Planet Entertainment. We grabbed a few words from Alex about his inspiration for the piece: “It was a long process, totally analog, no computer (which was a good change), […]