Perry Ogden Visits Shinola in Detroit

Perry teamed up with our friends over at Partners & Spade to visit Detroit, Michigan last week to shoot another campaign for Shinola!

Above is an image he shot for the previous #rollupyoursleeves campaign as well as his own mood board at the Shinola offices.

We can’t wait to see how the new images turn out!

Perry’s other photographs can be viewed at his website here.

 

A PHOTO EDITOR talks with Spencer Lowell

Heidi Volpe at A Photo Editor chats with Spencer Lowell and discusses the in’s and out’s of his newest and most ambition photo story yet, Arks of the Apocalypse for New York Times Magazine.

A huge thanks to Amy Kellner and Kathy Ryan at New York Times Magazine for making this incredible story happen.

Read the entire fascinating interview here and check out more of Spencer’s phenomenal work here!

 

Man Crush Monday with Charlie Hunnam by FWO3

It doesn’t really get much hotter than Charlie Hunnam playing Jax Teller, the troubled bad boy motorcyclist on Sons of Anarchy.

This portrait shot for AMC, pulled from Frank Ockenfels’ archives, perfectly captures Jax’s moody brooding character.

See more of Frank’s work here.

 

#ArtByAWoman by R/GA

Did you know that although 51% of visual artists are women they only make up about 5% of permanent collections?

Our good friends over at R/GA partnered with LIFEWTR to work on this moving video about giving more visibility to women artists.

 

Spotted at your Local Newsstand: Dewey Nicks for “Plane Clothes”

Nothing is more thrilling than seeing our artists’ work in print!

In this case, we spotted Dewey Nicks’ photographs of the world’s chicest personalities traveling in style for Condé Nast Traveller’s “Plane Clothes” feature, which highlights a different traveller every month!

Click here to see more of Dewey’s work.

 

Frank Ockenfels 3 for Get Shorty

Get Shorty, starring Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd, is about the adventures of a mobster turned movie producer. The series premiers on Epix on August 31st!

Frank shot the poster above and we can’t wait to watch the show.

See more of Frank’s work here.