Artist Pomme Chan created the illustrations for Singha Beer’s UK National campaign. The concept of the campaign is about Golden Treasure. Because Singha is not mainstream beer brand, one that you can’t find in every bar, they used the idea of a treasure hunt to make it feel exclusive. They also wanted to show the ...
New personal work by photographer Nick Meek. A few words form the artist: I shot this new series on location above Gridlewald, Switzerland and in Chamonix, France. It’s an idea that I came upon whilst reading Mountains of my life by seminal alpinist Walter Bonatti. The saying goes that black crows are the souls of climbers ...
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.
Artist Alex Trochut created this happy little piece for New York Magazine’s article on the joys of anti depressants.
Photographer Laziz Hamani worked with stylist Anne Chu-Ba to shoot the 2012 bridal jewelry collection by Louis Vuitton for their print campaign and brochures.
In celebration of Record Store Day, visit your local, independent record store tomorrow, April 21, to get this limited edition 7″ vinyl single of Rocky Ground/The Promise (Live from The Carousel, Asbury Park). Find a participating store at http://recordstoreday.com/Venues Image of Bruce shot by Danny Clinch in Asbury Park, NJ at the Savoy Theater.
A few of new pieces of work from illustrator Pomme Chan, soon to be available on www.whatifweshop.com
For the April 2012 issue of Esquire Magazine, Danny Clinch and his team traveled to southern California to shoot photos and videos for the Music That Matters: The Esquire Annual Songwriting Challenge. Including Anthony Hamilton, Chris Daughtry, Craig Finn, Rhett Miller, and Sam Roberts. Long before the festival lines began to form, we boarded a ...
Illustrator Steve Wilson designed this gig poster for Wiz Khalifa using a photo from Sacha Waldman’s notorious archive for this year’s 4/20 bake off, happening today. Happy 4/20 everyone, enjoy the day.
Adam Larson created this gig poster as a gift for Bon Iver for his show on April 19th at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Image of Bon Iver shot by Danny Clinch. You can see more work by Adam on the Levine/Leavitt site.
New personal work from photographer Nick Meek, all shot in Monument Valley, Utah. From Nick’s blog: “Wintertime in Monument Valley. It’s an amazing place to be. Very few people visit at this time of year and capturing the solitude of this wonderful place was such a pleasure.With this series I’m playing with a compressed colour ...
New work from photographer Peter Funch, titled ‘Pain is inevitable : Suffering is optional’. You can see more work by Peter Funch on his site.
New personal work from automotive specialist Markus Wendler, shot in downtown Los Angeles.
Artist Sean Freeman created the type for this new campaign for Audi.
The new site is live! www.karlssonwilker.com showcases the latest projects for Mini, Vitra, and more from this dynamic design team. karlssonwilker is the design studio of Icelander Hjalti Karlsson and Jan Wilker from Germany, founded in 2000 and located in the heart of New York City. Along with their team of creatives, they work directly and independently for a diverse mix of cultural and commercial clients—from local non-profits ...
Adam&Co. created the visual identity for Nike’s Lebron 9 campaign based on the concept “Shoe Science”. The look and feel was developed as a series of posters that illustrate the six unique benefits of the shoe, and inspired the animations found within the initial promotional videos. http://www.nike.com/nikeos/p/nikebasketball/en_US/lebron9/ Video/animation by Juliet Zulu
Photographer Danny Clinch traveled to St. Barts to shoot Kenny Chesney for his upcoming new album Welcome To The Fishbowl, released June 19th. Visit Kenny’s site for all pre-order options. Package design by Scott McDaniel at Sony in Nashville.
Dimitri Daniloff collaborated with Le Creative Sweatshop to create these ads for Harvey Nichols. You can see more work by Dimitri on the Levine/Leavitt site.