Floto+Warner were recently commissioned by New York Magazine to photograph two stylish homes for their Design Hunting issue. The story illustrates the renovation of a one-bedroom floor-through to a triplex with two additional bathrooms as well as a Harlem townhouse that was restored to it’s late 1800’s grandeur.
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A new personal project from Julia Fullerton-Batten, titled Feral Children, is currently being featured in the Huffington Post. Two years ago, Julia encountered a tale in the book The Girl with No Name about a 5-year old girl named Marina Chapman, who was kidnapped from her home and then left completely alone in a jungle in Colombia.
“Out of this morbid fascination grew inspiration. Fullerton-Batten resolved to recreate the unfathomable scenarios experienced by a variety of mythologized feral children, visualizing what to many is too unusual to even imagine.”
Mitch Jenkins recently teamed up with Grey London to photograph legendary rugby players for The Sunday Times.
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Martin Schoeller recently partnered up with Entertainment & Arts Advertising agency SpotCo to create key art for the new broadway show Shuffle Along, opening next Spring. The musical is based off the original 1921 show, which became the “unlikeliest of hits, significantly altering the face of the Broadway musical as well as that of New York City.”
Julia Fullerton-Batten was recently commissioned by Paris-based ad agency BETC to create key art for Les Revenants. The flagship series of Canal+ will premiere it’s second season on September 28th.
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London-based Illustration duo Gilles & Cecilie were recently commissioned by M Magazine to create food illustrations for their restaurant features section. Their newest editorial highlights three restaurants in Paris, Japanese restaurant A.T owned by chef Atsushi Tanaka, La Grill, and Le Saint Pourçain.
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Frédéric Lagrange recently traveled to Hong Kong for a feature in the October 2015 issue of Travel + Leisure. A city undergoing a remarkable transformation, Hong Kong is awash with a new wave of artists, musicians, and activists filling the city with a newfound brightness. To read the full article, click here.
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Greg Williams recently partnered with Vanity Fair to capture a behind the scenes look at the making of the film Everest. With Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, and director Baltasar Kormakur, the film recreates the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, made famous by Jon Krakauer’s Into Thin Air. Using real mountains, real snow, and one giant freezer, “this is as extreme filmmaking as it gets”. Click here to read the full article and be sure to check out the film, which premiers today!
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