Please join us on Tuesday Sept. 6th to celebrate the opening of Peter Funch‘s Babel Tales Redux. From the press release: Babel Tales Redux marks an end and a beginning. Peter Funch’s 5 year long exploration of the streets of New York has reached its conclusion and the exhibition unveils the result: 40 monumental panoramic […]
The September issue of Wired features an article about a small british company called Accuracy International. AI have only 50 employees but make the most advanced sniper rifles in the world. They actually supply the US Navy Seals with their sniper Rifles. Having started life in one of the founders garages in 1978 they now […]
Inspired by the music and album cover art of My Morning Jacket’s latest release titled Circuital, Alejandro and Juan Mingarro of Brosmind Studio created this poster for the band. You can see more work by Brosmind on the Levine/Leavitt site.
For the past 10 years Danny Clinch has traveled to Manchester, TN to document the Bonnaroo Music Festival, the annual 4 day event that Rolling Stone magazine deemed one of the ’50 moments that changed rock & roll’. The word Bonnaroo, popularized by New Orleans R&B singer Dr. John with his 1974 album Desitively Bonnaroo, […]
The team at Superfly approached Brosmind to create this t shirt design for the 2011 Outside Lands music festival. The festival took place in San Francisco’s historic Golden Gate Park, with a lineup that included Muse, Phish, Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, Deadmau5, The Shins, MGMT, Girl Talk, The Decemberists, among many others. The festival […]
Fable is a line of wine produced by Tulbaugh Mountain Vineyards in South Africa. Each wine in the collection is inspired by a South African fable which is shared on the back of each label. Shown here is one concept Adam&Co. designed for the packaging in collaboration with The Agency of Vision and Movement, with […]
For the September issue of Conde Nast Traveler, Joaquin Trujillo and Brian Paumier traveled to Nicaragua to capture the pleasures and paradoxes of the economically troubled, albeit beautiful, country. We grabbed a few words from Joaquin about his love for Nicaragua: “Nicaragua… this was the second time I had been there and I love LOVE […]
Photographer Danny Clinch traveled to Montauk, NY to capture surfers where they live, work and play for Outside Magazine’s September Style section. In addition to the work shown in the magazine, Outside worked with Danny to create a special online gallery of his 4×5 polaroid transfers. You can see more work by Danny Clinch on […]
Sacha Waldman worked with the team at Anomaly to create these ads for Umbro’s Cosmos Blackout collection, which pays homage to one of the most significant moments in New York City history, the Blackout of 1977. It’s known as the city that never sleeps, but on July 13 1977 New York fell into complete darkness […]
Mogollon directed and art directed this video for their show “Something is About to Happen” at the Diesel Art Gallery in Tokyo which closed on August 14th. You can see more work by Mogollon on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Sean Freeman recently completed this poster for The Decemberists. Of his work, Sean explains, “For this I wanted to do something very classical but also different, deep, elegant and alive. Seeing so many beautiful things every sunday at the flower market round the corner always inspires and I’ve been looking for a perfect reason to […]
The Lucies honored James Day with two 2nd place awards. Advertising: Product – Professional for his series for Colgate 360 Editorial: Other – Professional for a still life editorial for GQ. You can see more work from James at the Levine/Leavitt site.
Another amazing piece of art from the Mingarro brothers! The team at Phish commissioned Brosmind create the ticket and laminate designs for Phish’s 2011 summer tour. When stacked together in columns, the illustrations fit together and create one larger image. It doesn’t matter which ticket is on top of which, they are designed so they […]
Last year still life photographer Marcel Christ worked with the team at Mother NY to create several graphic images for the Stella Artois campaign. The ads were hand painted onto buildings all over New York, and featured in this short film by Malcom Murray. You can see more work by Marcel Christ on the Levine/Leavitt […]
James Day captured this curious set of images whilst on a trip to Asia. Another addition to his ever-growing cache of personal work. You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Artist and type specialist Sean Freeman created this graphic for Nike’s Spring/Summer 2011 t shirts, now available for sale on the Nike site. You can see more of Sean Freeman’s work on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Another Planet commissioned Brosmind to create this poster as a gift for Slightly Stoopid, currently on tour this summer. The San Diego based band describe their music as “a fusion of acoustic rock and blues with reggae, hip-hop, and punk”. The smoking culture of that fusion played a big part in the inspiration for the […]
Photographer Dimitri Daniloff traveled to Los Angeles to shoot these dreamy ads for Best Buy. Known for his fantasy inducing images, this campaign was a perfect match for Dimitri. You can see more work by Dimitri Daniloff on the Levine/Leavitt site.