I saw a video on the making of Little White Lies ‘Black Swan edition’ last year and since then I was hooked on the film magazine with the unique ever-changing aesthetic. Paul Willoughby is the creative director of Little White Lies and here is some of his personal and commercial work. The process shots of the Lawless wood cut above for Little White Lies can be seen here.
I saw this over on Booooooom yesterday. It’s a deadly music video for the Belgian band Willow directed by Filip Sterckx and made using 3 beamers projecting on a floor and two walls and a little threadmill. The making of video is pretty funny to see how difficult it was to line up the singers movements with the projected films.
Richard Gilligan started out publishing his own skate magazines as a platform to show his work. His DIY work ethic paid off after College and several trips around the world documenting the underground international skate scene. Rich has developed a portfolio which includes editorial work for various skate magazines and other publications, Fashion and music labels including: Kindpin, Lodown, The Irish Times, SLAP, Heroin Skateboards, Dublin Fringe Festival, State, Mongrel, JD and Foto8. In 2010, Richard established JAR Studios, an independent photo studio in Dublin city centre.
Rich Gilligan worked as a studio assistant for Danny Bird in London after College, where he learnt the art of lighting which he uses with great effect to create his beautiful images. Rich gave a really great quote from the late Photographer Paul Graham at his presentation at Offset 2012 from the essay ‘Photography is easy, Photography is difficult’ you can find the essay here, well worth a read. Watch below the short fashion film he made with Aisling Farinella, Fergal Brennan and Conor & David for Eilis Boyle’s 10th collection, Music by Katie Kim.
Illustration, graphic design and typography from American Designer Christopher Monro DeLorenzo. Christopher’s work is Influenced by Pop Art, 1940’s cinema and street art and has worked with Johnny Cupcakes, Samsung, Smirnoff, Nidecker Snowboards and Wendy’s.
“His work brings together both a deeply-rooted knowledge of his craft and a voracious curiosity – a levity and playfulness that help him to elevate the everyday into something iconic.”
After leaving a position as Associate Art Director for Saatchi & Saatchi in NYC Christopher Monro DeLorenzo started Johnny Cupcakes in 2010 and it’s where you can buy loads of his great designs in t-shirt form.