Monday, October 15, 2012

Top 10 Oct 15

Inspiration time!

Mr. J

1. Anton Renborg

It’s not easy to pigeonhole Anton as his work transcends typical classifications with ease. Whether it´s a fashion story, commercial campaign or a documentary, his own way of approaching his work and his distinctive sense of the moment and rhythm, always comes through. Anton is based in Stockholm, Sweden but works internationally with clients such as Nike, WeSC, Ericsson, Société Général and a number of independent labels, artists and designers. His visuals has been launched in global magazines from ID, Dazed&Confused, Gentle Woman to French Marie Claire and L´Equipe among others. Anton also produced several exhibitions and was recently represented at Bukowski’s.

“I grew up in Örebro, a small town in central Sweden. My parents were both very hard working people but different. My mum was all about ballet and horses, always talking about movement and grace, while my dad reached for his guitar and a bit of fun, when ever the chance was there. I guess I became a mix of all that”
- WeSC Magazine
See more work by Anton Renborg HERE

2. Jordan CP3.VI

For the launch of Jordan CP3.VI basketball shoe guys at Wieden + Kennedy created an ambient “frozen” art installation. Using an entire chain of Chris Paul body doubles along Venice Beach, California.

3. David Benoliel

David Benoliel is a French photographer living in the United States between New York and Miami. He specialized in fashion photography and beauty, practicing professionally manipulation and editing his pictures, allowing to discover many faces flawless, makeup to perfection. I’ll let you admire the work of this photographer who has seen his photographs exhibited and published in many magazines. And more to discover on his portfolio.

4. Rhye - The Fall

LA duo Rhye released the video for their new single, The Fall, an interesting narrative somehow dreamlike and confusing.
With direction from Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen, ‘The Fall’ follows two narratives of a man. One, an old romance, the other, a new romance. Is hard to find if the new one is actually a remembrance of the same woman, or the fantasy of a new fresher love.

5. Adrien Sauvage

This is Not A Suit (2010)

The Student (2012)

6. Andrew Huang



Andrew Huang is a commercial and music video director living in Los Angeles.

His career started when his dark sci-fi short film "Doll Face" went viral on YouTube, earning him attention from J.J. Abrams, William Morris Endeavor and numerous international festivals and galleries.

His work has been featured at Cannes Emerging Filmmaker Showcase, SIGGRAPH's Electronic Theater, the Annecy International Film Festival, MOCA Taipei, ZKM Media Museum, as well as various publications including Motionographer, DAZED & CONFUSED, and Creativity Magazine's "Directors to Watch."

Andrew graduated with a degree in Fine Art and Animation from the University of Southern California.

Contact Andrew here.

7. Joe Leavenworth

Joe Leavenworth is currently based in Boston, MA

8. Kirsten Lepore


Sweet Dreams

Due to the horrifying amount of time it takes, stop motion animation is something of a dying art these days. Luckily, though, Kirsten Lepore is out there keeping it alive and keeping it real. I’ve been a huge fan of her work for a while now. If you enjoy animation, colors, laughter, or can at least appreciate someone spending thousands and thousands of sweat and tear filled hours to make something five to ten minutes long for an uncertain audience, then you might just be a fan too. Watch some of Kirsten’s greatest hits after the jump!

9. Tuomas Ikonen

Tuomas is available for freelance work. If you're interested in hiring him, contact him at
tel. +358(0)50 377 3301

See more work HERE

10. Pia Bramley

Pia creates lovely characters set in various scenes, usually inspired by hunting through books in the library. See more of her work HERE