Here are some new images produced by Marc Tule for a recent Sony campaign.
Jamie Kripke teamed up with Venables, Bell & Partners to produce fresh work for Phillips 66, a brand that includes 76 and Conoco under its umbrella.
Drawing inspiration from Ed Ruscha’s iconic Standard station, Jamie created images that were able to bring life to the service stations by using composition and color in a clean, vivid and discernible way.
Russ Quackenbush‘s latest advertising work found him alongside Young & Rubicam for Cirque Du Soleil’s new campaign, “Locals”.
Nathalie Brown, VP/Group Creative Director at Y&R, elaborated on the concept she created: “We wanted to represent the multiple sides of these artists, as amazing Cirque performers from some of the greatest shows in the world, but also as everyday Las Vegas residents.”
With the goal in mind, Russ produced three 15-second clips along with imagery used for the outdoor, digital and print ads.
Nathalie continued: “The ads bring to life their extraordinary feats in contrast to their everyday errands, and really highlights the personality of Cirque du Soleil.”
Montreal-based image maker Damián Siqueiros prides himself on pushing the boundaries between art & photography in a way that transcends reality. His body of work is more than a collection of images. Each individual image that he produces elicits conversation and evokes strong emotion. So much so that the first time Susan Baraz, AtEdge’s Director of Photography, came face to face with Damián’s work, the words that came to her mind were “gorgeous,” “inspiring” and “visually transporting.”
In both his commercial and collaborative work, Damián puts immense effort into every detail — from art direction and stage design to make-up and styling. This multi-disciplinary approach helps clients like Vogue Mexico, Elle Mexico, Ford, Les Grands Ballets Canadien, and Porrua bookstore find a visual voice and make an emotional connection with their audiences. We think he is one of the most photographically compelling artists working today!
Congratulations to The Voorhes for having their work included in Graphis’ 2017 Photography Annual.
The duo received gold for their bee study series, 2 images created for Men’s Health, gear brain and fish still life. The remaining images from the Dark Web series created for Popular Science earned silver.
Foodscovery, an Italy-based food delivery platform allowing Europeans to order iconic foods from top local Italian food makers, enlisted the help of Danny Christensen to capture the sweet, luxuriousness of URZI Chocolate.
Geneviève Caron teamed up with The Wrap to create show-stopping celebrity portraits for last year’s Toronto Film Festival.
Below you’ll find our favorite portraits featuring the stars of the Oscar-winning movie, Moonlight.
Take a look at all of the images here.