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.

 


 KAI AND SUNNY

KAI AND SUNNY


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Andrew Zuckerman: Flower

Andrew Zuckerman's signature minimalist photography style acts as a perfect foil for the wonder of nature - showcasing the mind-boggling complexity  and color within each different flower. 

 

Mark Laita: Created Equal

From Mark Laita: "In America, the chasm between rich and poor is growing, (and) the clash between conservatives and liberals is strengthening ... At the heart of this collection of portraits is my desire to remind us that we were all equal, until our environment, circumstances or fate molded and weathered us into whom we have become. "


 ANDY GILMORE

ANDY GILMORE


Paul Lee Design

Paul Lee, the Los Angeles based designer, has unusual techniques that make for delightful results.

Rubin Ireland

Ruben Ireland is a writer who tells his stories without words -  each image will draw you deeper into the plot, as your mind fills in the details on each character, circumstance, and - before you know it - all the possibilities of what will happen next.

 

 

Josef Schulz

Josef Schulz's images may sometimes have a computer game screen-like quality to them, but they combine real, photographic elements with into surreal scenes that at once can feel familiar, and slightly disturbing in their "perfected" state.