Thanks to Paul Wearing for this beautiful illustration and Down the Street Designs for bringing it to life!
New Modernist Art in Land of Enchantment Defining the California Modernist spirit for the 21st century, Land of Enchantment features the illustration work of Patrick Hruby, Loris Lora, Ellen Surrey and Alexander Vidal. Art Center College of Design says “the bold and playful artworks... read more
Karolin Schnoor illustrated Coco Chanel for the book, 'Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls'. This is a fantastic book filled with illustrations by 60 female artists from around the world. The book focuses on stories of women in history from pirates and pilots to politicians and writers.
Thanks Le Book for featuring Geof Kern's Art of Fashion work! See more here.
No one–no one–wants to find a hair in their food. For its Australian launch, OpenTable leveraged that universal truth and others with a branding campaign that in no roundabout way illustrated to diners, “Next time, get the right table.” Tim Tomkinson was brought on to detail five awkward, unappealing scenarios in which dates and families wound up noshing at a morgue,... read more
Air Tahiti needed someone who could shoot their newest ad campaign single-handedly. That person turned out to be Patrick Fraser, who was commissioned for the job by Tokyo agency Hakuhodo, with LA’s Radiant Pictures producing. In each shot, a woman (the LA model Zelly, cast by Fraser) is leading her boyfriend by the hand toward a... read more
Neiman Marcus’ “The Art of Fashion,” a multi-page advertising insert that appears biannually in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair and the Neiman-Marcus publication The Book, is a recurring lesson in great photography. First shot by Richard Avedon, it debuted in Spring 1994; Helmut Newton, Annie Leibovitz, and Geof Kern soon followed. In the years since, Tim Walker, Nadav Kander, Norman... read more
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