Launched this past summer, Craig & Karl collaborated with luxury brand MCM for the second time around on this collection of handbags and accessories. ”Eyes on the Horizon”  features Craig & Karl’s bold and colorful illustrations against the classic backdrop of MCM’s Cognac Visetos.

Mogollon Video for “Something is About to Happen”

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.

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Nick Meek has made magic yet again, illuminating iconic American landscapes that have been photographed a million times over and making it feel like love at first sight. While these images are dreamy and nostalgic, they are also an entirely unique spin on a monumental part of American culture.

Click here to see Nick’s work featured in Le Monde.

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Laziz Hamani was assigned by Vogue Germany to photograph this black and white editorial spread. A completely open brief, the accessories were chosen by Vogue journalist, Claudia Beran, and from there Laziz worked his still life magic.

Zedd’s Gig Poster by Artist Steven Wilson

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Click the link below to read an interview with Illustrator Sean Freeman!!! 

http://psd.tutsplus.com/articles/interviews/interview-with-illustrator-sean-freeman/

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Flume - Infinity Prism Tour - Live Visuals

By Toby & Pete

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Jay-Z, shot for XXL by Sacha Waldman in 2001.

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Markus Wendler was just awarded in the website category of PDN’s 2013 Photo Annual. In the year spent developing www.markuswendler.com, Markus put great emphasis on the layout, crafting a specific and accessible edit of his automotive and landscape images.

The site, which launched at the end of 2012, was conceptualized by Markus and art director, Christian Toensmann, then designed by the creative team at Form One, Carlo Krueger and Michael Rieble.

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Pomme Chan put her unique touch on this gig poster commissioned by Another Planet for Thievery Corporation. An eclectic mix of illustration and typography, everything on this 18″ x 24″ poster was hand-drawn by Pomme, making even the reproductions feel like a one-of-a-kind.

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King Kong Posters by La Boca 

Released exclusively by Dark City Gallery, these Art Deco-inspired King Kong posters were created by La Boca. All signed and numbered in editions of 50, each poster comes in three color variations and two sizes.

 

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Joaquin and Brian of TrujilloPaumier are featured in a 10-page spread about Kolkata published in Afar‘s October 2013 issue. This selection of images are part of a much larger body of work shot during their travels to India.


Alex Trochut: Arctic Monkeys

Alex Trochut applied his signature technique from the binary-prints series to create this glow-in-the-dark gig poster for the Arctic Monkeys. From light to dark, the artwork seamlessly transitions from a record to a saw blade and the band’s newest album title, AM, replaces the gig information when the lights turn off.


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Brosmind: COLAB Sunglasses 

Juan and Alejandro of Brosmind have been drawing sunglasses on their characters since they can remember, so when the opportunity came up to design a pair of shades for COLAB, it was a no-brainer. They analyzed the sunglasses from their illustrations and used those characteristics to bring a functional pair to life. All COLAB sunglasses are born through collaboration and start from scratch. Whether it’s with a street artist, illustrator or musician; they are all limited to 1000 pieces worldwide. “It was great to work together with Carl Tindal from COLAB, whose supervision and technical advice allowed our ideas to be feasible and ergonomic at the end. We are very happy that finally people can use the same glasses that the Brosmind characters wear.” -Brosmind Available here: TORT Model and BLACK Model