Archive for March, 2011
It’s been a busy couple of months with some of our bigger advertising campaigns including Levi’s, Ray Ban, Harley Davidson, Stussy, and HTC finally rolling out. We also added the lovely and talented wardrobe stylist DJUNA BEL to the roster who’s been working with us for years. Many artists chose to travel overseas this month. Michael Schmelling and Keren Richter spent time working in Paris while Emily Shur returned to Japan. We were heartened to see our artists giving back, with Emily donating prints for charity auctions and Djuna donating wardrobe from several of her shoots to benefit the Japanese earthquake and tsunami victims.
Finally, Giant Artists has a new office and a new phone number – (323) 660-1996. Call us!
If you’re in the LA area please join us TONIGHT, Tuesday, March 29th at 7:00pm to hear David Black speak with other creatives. More details can be found here.
Look out for Lauren’s work with Donny & Marie!
On stands now! Glynis shoots Kat Dennings for the new issue of Complex!
Michael’s solo show was reviewed by The New Yorker!
Stop by THIS Gallery tonight for Meghan Whitmarsh’s solo show, Radiant Decade.
Be on the lookout for Jeremy & Claire’s new Harley Davidson ads!
Check out Emily’s new movie poster!
Have a look at RJ’s awesome NEW work for the Ray Ban “Never Hide” Campaign!
As seen on the Champs-Elysees!
The excerpt below is from Emily’s blog:
Today, with the help of the good people at 20×200, I have released a print edition to benefit Japan Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund. You can read a little more in the announcement of the edition in 20×200′s newsletter here. You can purchase a print here. All net profits will go to charity. I will not be taking any commission from the sales of this print, and 20×200′s printer has also generously agreed to donate his time to benefit this cause. This is a small gesture in the grand scheme of this disaster, but please help in any way you are able, either by purchasing a print or donating directly to the charity of your choice.
Also, a big thank you to everyone who bought my print through Life Support Japan, made possible by Wall Space Gallery. There are new images being added everyday to the already impressive group of photographs. Proceeds from those sales will benefit Direct Relief International and Habitat for Humanity