Gilles & Cecilie Studio was recently awarded the Diploma Award for their SWIMS “The Metronome of Walking” ad spot. The Visuelt Awards are hosted by Grafill – The Norwegian Organization for Visual Communication, a non-profit organization for graphic designers, illustrators, animators, cartoonists and interactive designers working within visual communication in Norway.
Kyle recently partnered with Arizona based LaneTerralever to shoot a print and motion campaign for Visit Phoenix, a tourism initiative from the Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau. Capturing still and video in tandem over 2 days, he was able to underscore the endless sky and urban sophistication of America’s sixth largest metropolis and gateway to the Grand Canyon.
Images from Martin’s forthcoming monograph, “Portraits,” were featured on PDN’s Photo of The Day blog yesterday. Click over to their site to learn more about Martin’s influences and see the photos from his new book.
Mark was recently commissioned by Canadian magazine, Sportsnet, to shoot Canadian athletes for their “Beauty of Sports” 2014 issue. Traversing the northern nation, Mark shot 14 athletes over six-weeks on mountain tops all across Canada. For this shoo, Mark captured Canadian figure skater Kristen Moore-Towers. Moore-Towers won a silver medal at the 2014 Olympic games in Sochi.
Martin was asked by the New York Times Magazine to shoot his son, Felix, in his bedroom. From Martin “Felix always jumps off that windowsill onto beabags. I’ve tried to make a close-up portrait of him, but he won’t stop making faces. Moving his nose and ears. Pulling on his ears. Putting out his tongue. I spent many lollipops trying to persuade him.”
Giles recently co-directed a film, “Transparent,” in partnership with AMV BBDO and the Department of Transport for their THINK! campaign. The 40 second PSA uses 3D scanning technology to highlight the dangers of driving on rural roads. The work was also featured on Creative Review’s “Six New Ads to Watch.”
Julia was asked by Campari to shoot their very limited annual calendar. She is the first women to ever take on this honor. Working with french actress and star of the calendar, Eva Green, Julia shot images that bring a classic Campari cocktail to life each month of 2015. The cover was released yesterday and is below, stay tuned for all the images.
Martin was recently asked to shoot a story for the New York Times magazine that deals with gender identity at all girls colleges. Focusing on Wellesley, the piece discusses the socially perceived issues and tribulations with allowing trans men to attend female only, gender-normative institutions.
Work by VAUGHAN HANNIGAN ILLUSTRATION artists, Tetsuya Toshima, Anne Ulku and Gilles & Cecilie Studio, is below. It shows the breadth of their abilities; from freehand drawings to vector graphics, this group of illustrators create dynamic typography, logos, icons, patterns, and animation. Their work has been used across a wide range of branding initiatives and incorporated into installations and pop up shops. Let us know if we can help with your upcoming project.