In Pieces

LEGO sculptor Nathan Sawaya teamed up with photographer Dean West to create the series "In Pieces" - a large format photography series that  has you searching for the life-sized LEGO sculptures, bringing to mind issues inherent in digital photography itself - contrasting pixelation and technology.



Tina Berning and Michelangelo Di Battista approach image-making from their own disciplines: photography and painting - - and each are known for their portraits of beautiful women.  What happens when they collaborate, combining their different approaches, strengths and differing media? The Face/Project.


Tina Berning

Sly glances by beautiful women are not the only thing that distinguishes Tina's Berning's work - her hand lettering, and organic, drawn patterns set her apart from other fashion illustrators.



Kate MccGwire

Kate MccGwire's graceful, undulating feather sculptures can feel as if their otherworldly power might engulf you - or sit serenely - magnificently - in quiet repose for you to admire their resting, preoccupied shapes. 

Before They Pass Away

Global culture is replacing traditional cultures, and its spread is reaching around the globe, inexorably erasing the traditional ways of life of many distinct cultures. Take a look into the eyes of mankind, before their ways are gone forever.


Hear What You Want

Kevin Garnett wears Beats by Dre Studio Wireless to silence the haters in the full "Hear What You Want" director's cut by Paul Hunter.  Watch the spot that Adweek is calling,"Tough, brave, and relentless."




Carlos Serrao

Carlos Serrao is known for his bold photographs of sports figures and celebrities. When Team One asked him to cross over to shoot for Lexus, the resulting images bring to mind the power, nuance, and subtle textures that have always been the hallmark of his images.

Billy Kidd

What happens when a portrait photographer known for the emotional impact of his images is asked to shoot a car? Take a rare peek and Billy Kidd's photography for Lincoln.



Leigh Viner

Leigh Viner's style may suggest effortless ease, but each drawing she makes is a delightful combination of energy and hidden precision.