• 1.15.21

    PUSSYKREW FOR CANADA GOOSE X THE WEBSTER

    Pussykrew’s latest foray into the world of fashion was to help promote Canada Goose’s capsule collection with The Webster. The New York based duo created a winterized version of California in virtual reality. It features different parts of the golden state, including a vast pink winter wonderland that Los Angeles has never seen before and a free-roaming environment, with changing weather conditions, in Big Bear. Shoppers are able to customize their own avatars and dress them in items from the capsule collection that are best suited for the environment. From there, they are free to explore the video game environment endlessly.

  • 1.14.21

    SERGE SEIDLITZ & BEWILDER FOR POTENTIAL ENERGY

    Serge Seidlitz and Bewilder teamed up to collaborate on a project with potential energy and Joan Creative. See the witty animated short below. 

  • 1.13.21

    APPLIANCE SHOOTS | REDEFINED BY THE SELBY

    Todd Selby collaborated with 747 CGI to create a solve for appliance shoots. Todd was looking for a way to make appliance shoots less costly and logistically easier to produce. By adding CGI appliances to his warm interior work he was able to marry the eclectic and authentic with perfected appliance imagery. No set builds needed!

    See below for the incredible results and reach out if you would like to discuss the process for creating a CGI appliance shoot with The Selby.

  • 1.12.21

    CACHETEJACK'S BRAND NEW BURGER KING

    Last year, design duo Cachetejack received an exceptional opportunity: to help visually overhaul Burger King for the first time in more than twenty years. They delivered a series of custom illustrations that served as key building blocks for the brand’s new global identity. Their work went beyond that of an advertising campaign, instead featuring across the entire Burger King visual experience. Their illustrations are on social media and billboards, in addition to merchandise, food packaging, tray toppers and even the error message on the Burger King website. 

    Cachetejack’s work is as thoughtful as it is imaginative. They used colors inspired by Burger King’s ingredients (think: beef, lettuce, and fries) in order to create humorous carton scenes. From twirling onion rings on your fingers to pickle slice binoculars, the illustrations conjure a retro vibe and remind us of more playful meals from our childhoods past.

    It is safe to say that Cachetejack’s new visual styling for Burger King isn’t just fresh. It has us craving a burger, fries and a bit more fun in our life. You too? 

  • 1.11.21

    ROB DOWSLEY FOR KIEHL'S

    Rob Dowsley’s recent work for Kiehl’s personifies the natural, clean and healthy nature of their products. A frequent collaborator, Dowsley brought these products to life with a synchronized still and motion capture production.  He expertly highlights their hydrating qualities in the motion pieces while the corresponding stills emphasize the ingredients’ succulent texture. Dowsley efficiently brings the same attention to detail and multiplatform capabilities to all of his product shoots, plus he is a really nice guy.

  • 1.6.21

    CACHETEJACK FOR NIKE TRAINING CLUB

    Cachetejack have recently finished this first batch of illustrations for Nike Training Club. These are the first in a series of illustrations and animations to promote Nike's training app.

    Look out for more in app, on the Nike website and Nike social.

  • 1.4.21

    MAGNUS MÅRDING FOR JOHN LEWIS

    Magnus Mårding’s latest collaboration with John Lewis, on their Fall campaign, conveys the joy of a well dressed home. Mårding seamlessly blends colorful detail shots, carefully crafted interiors and intimate lifestyle shots. The result is a compelling story about a home where anyone would want to live. 

  • 12.15.20

    Emiliano Ponzi for Hermès

    See Emiliano Ponzi's latest collaboration with Hermès, celebrating the opening of a new store. 

  • 12.12.20

    BEWILDER FOR BBC TEACH & STEVE MCQUEEN | SMALL AXE

    We are proud to have worked on a new series of five educational films, with our animation studio Bewilder. The films were produced in partnership with BBC Teach and Steve McQueen and based on the five Small Axe films, currently airing on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

    The anthology series aims to help bring Black British history to life with the younger generation in mind. The commission is part of an ongoing push with BBC Education to ensure the wider part of BBC’s resources better reflect and represent the stories of all communities in the UK.

    As such, the series is presented in a cluster of five classroom videos that are available to download for free – accompanied by activities for teachers in order to assist in lesson planning and engage the pupils.

    “Using the stories in Steve McQueen's Small Axe films, we’ve made resources that make it as easy as possible for teachers to teach them.” says Sarah Fox and Adam Reincke, creatives at BBC Creative, in an announcement. With an aim to continue the legacy of Small Axe and go beyond the launch of the films, the team hope to make a difference as to how Black history is taught in schools.

    “We know that teachers are hungry for more diverse classroom resources,” says Helen Foulkes, head of BBC Education, in the release. The 5x5 minute classroom videos include footage from the initial five films, and features some of the actors, too – such as Line of Duty’s Rochenda Sandall, Top Boy’s Michael Ward, and former Metropolitan Police Superintendent Leroy Logan MBE.

    Click the links to see the full education pack for The Mangrove Nine and Blues Parties

  • 12.10.20

    QUESTIONS WITH SARAH COLEMAN

  • 12.9.20

    WHO IS MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.? | Illustrated by Stan Chow

    Earlier this year, Stan Chow illustrated a children's book about Martin Luther King Jr. This month, it has been chosen by Amazon as a Best of the Month book.

  • 12.8.20

    BEN RAYNER FOR TRACKSMITH

    Families that run together stay together. Ben Rayner’s recent collaboration with Tracksmith, shot on location in Buffalo New York, focuses on families who share a passion for running. An avid runner himself, Rayner was the perfect fit for the project. He lends his signature style, featuring bold colors and unexpected compositions, to capture intimate portraits of three different families who participate each year in the annual Turkey Trot.

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  • 12.4.20

    NEW WORK BY BRIAN DOBEN | AT WORK

    See Brian Doben's latest shoots for his At Work series. 

  • 12.2.20

    TARA DONNE FOR SKYY VODKA

    Tara Donne's recent collaboration with Skyy Vodka features a bevy of cocktail options for the celebration season. Donne captured a mix of both elevated still life and organic lifestyle shots.

  • 12.1.20

    PLEASED TO REPRESENT MOJO WANG

    Mojo Wang is an illustrator and comic artist whose work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators and the American Illustration. As a former photo editor of ELLE MEN magazine and alumni of the SVA MFA Illustration program, his work focuses on blurring the boundaries between visual narrative and conceptual illustrations. Carrying his passion for bringing storytelling into illustration creation, Mojo is currently expanding the horizon of his career in New York City. 

  • 11.30.20

    HOLIDAY PRINT SALE | NYC SALT X B&A REPS

    It’s that time of year again! We’re pleased to announce the launch of the NYC Salt annual Holiday Print Sale. There is an amazing selection of work donated by B&A artists. Including work from: Kingsley Nebechi, Palehorse, Mary Fix, Dan Craig, Rude, Troy House, Grundini, and more.

    100% of the proceeds will benefit NYC Salt’s programming and the organizations mission to ensure young artists of color have the necessary opportunities and platforms to share their voice. B&A first partnered with NYC Salt this summer, offering Salt students a multi-week workshop with our network of agents. As such, this cause is very close to our hearts.

    Browse and purchase prints here. But act fast, the sale will only be live through December 15th.

  • 11.30.20

    JEREMYVILLE X TOMMY HILFIGER

    Tommy Hilfiger tapped Jeremyville for the campaign for the Fall 2020 Kid's collection. This was Hilfiger's first collaboration with the New York based studio.

  • 11.25.20

    PAOLA + MURRAY FOR MARTHA STEWART LIVING | WARMEST THANKS

    Paola + Murray’s latest shoots remind us why we love this time of year. Their collaboration with Martha Stewart Living, shot on location, features the duos signature mix of detail-focused still life and lifestyle shots.

  • 11.20.20

    PAOLA + MURRAY FOR RACHEL RAY IN SEASON | THE NEVER ENDING HOLIDAY PARTY

    Paola + Murray's latest collaboration with Rachael Ray In Season is a visual feast. Shot in studio, the story centers on tablescapes that make us wish we could eat with our eyes. Whether shooting in studio or on location Paola + Murray capture moments that are both intimate and inviting. 

  • 11.19.20

    BEWILDER X SERGE SEIDLITZ | POTENTIAL ENERGY, DUTCH OVEN

    There is nothing we love more than when two B&A artists collaborate. Serge Seidlitz teamed up with Bewilder, who animated his illustrations. They created a humorous spot for Potential Energy, likening climate change to the dreaded dutch ovens. Watch for yourself and learn how polluters release toxic gases that create a heat trapping blanket we can never escape. 

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