Collin Erie takes amazing photos. So impressive how the moments he captures feel so raw and personal. We love his group shots as well, the camera feels in-obtrusive and instead you feel, as the viewer, a part of the scene, like you are sitting right there with them. Collins photos drip southern California, and it’s hard not to want to be a part of this scene. We think we see a few cameo’s by Lady Gaga, and Lykke Li, here as well. Head to Collin’s site to see more of his work here.
Vincent Moon (real name Mathieu Saura, (Paris, August 25, 1979) is an independent filmmaker from Paris mainly known for his field work music videos of indie rock related musicians as well as some notable mainstream artists like Tom Jones,R.E.M. or Arcade Fire. Besides making music videos he also makes experimental films and documentaries. Below are some selects from his series NEON. His study of light contrasted by the night and his interest in grainy development makes each photo something very special.
If you are in NYC in the next month go to this show. Trustocorp raises the bar in economically, political, and sociologically charged print art and sculpture. Whether you are angered or fired up about it, it’s relevant to our time and well worth a visit.
head over to mashkulture to see photos from the exhibit.
Navigating through Marianna Rothen’s work is like uncovering a box of old photographs from a time long since past. You feel a nostalgic pang as you ask yourself where the subjects of the photos might be now. But then you start to realize that these photos aren’t as old as you might have thought, and upon researching more into these images, it seems that the people she shoots aren’t from a different time at all. Not only does Marianna have an eye for the narrative and capturing cinematic moments on emotionally charged sets, but her post processing and the technicality of her trade is breathtaking to witness. We strongly encourage you to dive deeper into her work and visit her site here, and follow her on tumblr here.
3 Branding Objectives, 1 mission: To make clean clear design. Scouring Cargo, we stumbled happily upon Greg Scott, Cavalier Essentials, and Greg Durrell. These designers/brands are hard not to notice, and we want to let their work do the talking, take a look and if you like their work, support them by visiting their sites, and sharing this post with everyone.