LLRepsNews.com Launches

Levine/Leavitt has launched llrepsnews.com and you will now find all our blogging there.

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We hope you enjoy our new blog! You can also find us on Facebook and on Twitter, and at llreps.com

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Marcel Christ wins at the AOP Awards

Marcel Christ won in the “Non-commissioned Object Series” at the 2011 AOP Awards.

You can see more work by Marcel Christ on the Levine/Leavitt Site.

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James Day wins at the AOP Awards

James Day won in both the “Commissioned Editorial Series” and “Commissioned Editorial Single” categories at the 2011 AOP Awards.

You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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Nick Meek wins at the AOP Awards

Nick Meek won in the categories of “Non Commissioned Moving Image” and “Non Commissioned Environmental Single” at the 2011 AOP Awards.

You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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Phish New Year’s Run by Adam Larson

Adam&Co. designed the new imagery for Phish’s New Years Run concert at Madison Square Garden.

You can see more work by Adam Larson on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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Mogollon featured in NOT-MAGAZINE

Mogollon appears in the newest issue of NOT Magazine, a new lifestyle and fashion magazine based out of Japan.  The feature in “NOT PORTFOLIO” includes an interview with the designers.


You can see more work from Mogollon on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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Sean Freeman at Apple store Montreal, Canada

For our friendly neighbors of the north, artist Sean Freeman will be appearing at the Apple Store in Montreal on October 17th.

A love for words and beautiful images led Sean to explore a harmony of both.  After graduating with a First Class Honors in Graphic Design and Advertising, Sean started working as a designer in a few agencies in London while pursuing his own work in the evenings, weekends, holidays and tea breaks.  After receiving his first commission ( a tiny headline in a major magazine) one commission quickly turned into several more, until the balance tipped, enabling him to set up his own studio: There Is.

Sean lives in East London under the watchful eye of his 13 year old (slightly fat) French Canadian cat.  He creates award-winning typographic treatments and illustrations for a varied range of clients globally.

Monday October 17th, 2011

7:30 – 8:30 PM

Apple Store Sainte-Catherine, Montreal

You can see more work by Sean Freeman on the Levine/Leavitt site.

 

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