Tim Marrs creates illustrations for Audi’s new short film “A day in the life of an Audi driver.” The two and a half minute film highlights the teamwork and stamina needed to the win Le Mans, the iconic 24-hour race in France. Two-time Le Mans winner Allan McNish stars.
The Selby photographs Captains of Industry in Melbourne, Australia for the latest installment of Edible Selby for T Magazine’s summer travel issue. Captains of Industry is a bespoke gentlemen’s outfitter and café started by Thom Grogan and James Roberts. Everything in the shop, including suits, shoes, sandwiches, and jams, is made to order.
Rod Hunt’s illustrated campaign, “Welcome to the World of Sex” for AIDES, was awarded Silver in the Public Service-Print category at the 2011 Clio Awards. The annual Clio Awards recognizes the best in advertising, design, interactive, and public relations. The awards ceremony was held on May 19th at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
Ilovedust create a taco truck for Armenco Catering’s line of bespoke trucks. After spotting several taco trucks while traveling through California, the design boutique was inspired to create one of their own.
Jim Wright photographs Kyle Chandler for the June cover of Men’s Journal. The former Friday Night Lights star is gearing up for the summer release of his next film, Super 8. Inside the magazine the actor talks about his rewarding career, his family, and why he left L.A. for Texas.
Five B&A artists collaborate with 1800 Tequila on the third edition of the Essential Artists Series. Tes One, Gary Baseman, Tristan Eaton, Ray Smith, and Yuko Shimizu produced unique interpretations of Luchadore (professional Mexican wrestler) for the Lucha Libre-themed tequila bottles. The series is a chance for 1800 to bring a contemporary, artistic touch to the brand.
Broomberg and Chanarin curate ALIAS, the 2011 edition of Kraków Photomonth in Poland. Photomonth is one of Poland’s largest visual arts events and one of the leading European festivals of photography. The festival comprises over fifty exhibitions and accompanying events. The theme this year is the artistic alter ego.
Brian Doben photographs the Spring 2011 campaign for Monet. It is the first advertising campaign that the iconic jewelry company has released in over a decade. Monet’s 1971 ads featuring a young Lauren Hutton served as the inspiration on the shoot. Doben photographed model Cintia Dicker close-up, with fabric silhouetting her face, in reference to the style of the older ads. Of Dicker, Doben says she “exudes an uncommon blend of sensuality and sass, much like Miss Hutton before her.”
Andrew Bannecker brings fruits and vegetables to life for Jamie Oliver’s JME homeware line. The line’s summer collection is based around the theme “Summer Loving” and celebrates popular food pairings like tomato and basil and lemon and mint.
Chrysler is revamping their Dodge brand with a new ad campaign, “Never Neutral.” The campaign is aimed at people who simply enjoy driving cars and aren’t worried about brand reputations. Serial Cut collaborated with Ars Thanea to create imagery of the new 2011 Dodge Durango to launch the campaign.
Sarah J. Coleman illustrates a tattooed mom for the Mother’s Day issue of Her Nashville magazine. The weekly woman’s magazine covers a range of topics from fashion, weddings, and business to parenthood and humor. The Mother’s Day issue includes several different takes on motherhood.
Michael Schnabel collaborates with Can-Am for the second time on the global campaign for the Spyder roadster. Schnabel previously captured the Spyder in the California desert in 2009. The latest campaign was shot in Portland, Oregon and the surrounding areas. The diversity of the locale was advantageous to the shoot, providing city, mountain, and coastal sets.
The Selby photographs James Freeman of Blue Bottle Coffee for the latest edition of Edible Selby in T Magazine. The coffee shop, which specializes in Japanese-style slow-drip brewing, has locations in the San Francisco area, as well as one in Brooklyn, New York. Freeman opened his first shop eight years ago after he’d burned out as a clarinet player.