• 10.16.20 SERIAL CUT FOR FROM SINGLE USE TO REUSE

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    Serial Cut collaborated with Single Use to Reuse to illustrate the impact of recycling. The collaborative effort of industry innovators, primarily America’s plastic makers, seeks to end plastic waste. Serial Cut’s CGI animations illustrate the beneficial transformations that recycling offers.
  • 10.14.20 WOLFGANG ZAC FOR CAMEL ACTIVE

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    Shot over four days on the coast of Portugal, Wolfgang Zac's campaign for Camel Active is an intimate portrait of exploration. Consistent with the innovative nature of Zac's work, the images cascade from one to the next, in the style of a vintage photo album. Visual threads, such as rocky shores, friendship and salt in the air, run through the imagery and personify adventure. The campaign tagline, "Next Stop, Wherever," embodies Zac's ethos while shooting, continually embracing new practices and providing creative solutions for whatever comes next. 
  • 10.20.20 QUESTIONS WITH SERGE SEIDLITZ

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    Check out the latest video in our Questions With Series, with illustrator Serge Seidlitz. Learn about his process, how he got his start, and what he’s been working on recently.
  • 10.13.20 JOE PUGLIESE FOR VARIETY | NANCY PELOSI

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    Earlier this year, before the world went into lockdown due to the pandemic, Joe Pugliese photographed Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House. On assignment for Variety Magazine, Pugliese worked with photo director Jennifer Dorn to capture a day in the life of Congresswoman Pelosi.   “[Pelosi was] really gracious and really eager to give us a tour” Pugliese remarked. Shot in multiple locations, throughout her office and the Capitol building, the biggest challenge was having limited time for each shot. However, it felt important to capture distinct moments, such as Pelosi at her desk, walking the halls, to capture what it looks like to be her. In fact, it was during her tour that Pelosi showed the team the view from her office, looking down on the national mall, which in turn became a favorite shot from the session. Pugliese, a pro at portrait photogrpahy, brings his belief that you must “treat every subject uniquely [and] meet them where they are” to each shoot. 
  • 10.15.20 NEW WORK BY NIGEL COX

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    Reports suggest that, unsurprisingly, there has been a recent increase in both reading and streaming, as people are looking for an escape during lockdown. So chances are you might have already seen some of Nigel Cox’s new work for Altice and Harper Collins. Stay Well.
  • 10.8.20 BEN RAYNER FOR TINDER

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    Ben Rayner's latest collaboration with Tinder captures real life couples. Shot this fall, utilizing actual couples was a creative solution for a campaign that required including two subjects in the same frame. Further, the team shared the shoot via live feed with the client, who was remote. The campaign includes both still and hyper-realistic motion content, intended for TikTok and Instagram stories. Rayner utilizes unexpected compositions to deliver a campaign that is youthful and vibrant.
  • 10.7.20 SAM SPRATT FOR STREETEASY

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    Sam Spratt’s collaboration with StreetEasy, on their campaign in early 2020, had more of a lasting impact than he imagined. Streeteasy, a service to facilitate home rentals in New York City, was looking for a witty campaign that touched on New Yorker’s “perpetual hunt of looking for something more.” Seemingly basic home amenities (read: a dishwasher or a space that allows pets) have become the unironic object of desire. Spratt’s illustrations, with their pseudo-suggestive nature, capture the want for more (square footage or otherwise) while encapsulating the dystopian nature of New York real estate. See below for a look at the campaign and its placement throughout New York City.
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