You can see more work by Marcel Christ on the Levine/Leavitt Site.
Category Archives: Photographers
Photographed by TrujilloPaumier, this collection of photos is from More Magazine’s October issue. The article explores women who have recently made the career switch to funeral services. Historically a male dominated industry, women now surpass men in mortuary school attendance. The different facets of funeral directing are what women have gravitated towards – embalming, directing memorial services, mortuary cosmetology, and more.
You can see more work by Markus Wendler on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer Laziz Hamani shot these images showcasing the new line of leather bags Louis Vuitton is producing. It is a series of 5 handbags, 3 re-edited from classic best sellers and 2 new designs, labeled as “haute-mariquinerie” similarly to “haute-joaillerie” (jewels) and “haute-couture” (textile) and “haute-horlogerie” (watches) for other brands.
You can see more work by Laziz Hamani on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer Nick Meek spent 21 days in August shooting the 21st Century Beetle Campaign. In total he shot 26 ads to launch the car worldwide. Here are the first images art directed for the american market.
Taken from photographer Nick Meek’s blog Make Good Time, these images were shot somewhere over Nevada…
“I was flying back from Los Angeles three weeks ago when I spotted these amazing landscapes. Unfortunately I couldn’t get to my camera in time but as luck would have it another job came in that had me shooting back in L.A the following week. To my surprise the light and cloud cover was exactly as I remembered it. I think we were somewhere over Nevada.”
You can see more work by Nick Meek on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Photographer Marcel Christ shot this new campaign for Cruyff Classics. Named for Dutch footballer Johan Cruyff, the brand gained it popularity in the 80′s, outfitted the Dutch Olympic team, and was seen on soccer greats like Vandenberg, Petterson, Jordi and Winter. This campaign nicely shows off the amazing range of Christ’s photography.
You can see more work by Marcel Christ on the Levine/Leavitt site.
Please join us on Tuesday Sept. 6th to celebrate the opening of Peter Funch‘s Babel Tales Redux.
Babel Tales Redux marks an end and a beginning. Peter Funch’s 5 year long exploration of the streets of New York has reached its conclusion and the exhibition unveils the result: 40 monumental panoramic works. This is the first time the complete Babel Tales series will be shown in the city, in which the series is rooted.
We invite you to view this remarkable series with us at V1 gallery hosted by KWPF Space at 558 West 21st St, New York. The show opens on Tuesday, September 6th.
You can see more work by Peter Funch on the Levine/Leavitt site.
The September issue of Wired features an article about a small british company called Accuracy International. AI have only 50 employees but make the most advanced sniper rifles in the world. They actually supply the US Navy Seals with their sniper Rifles. Having started life in one of the founders garages in 1978 they now supply sniper rifles to the British and Us governments among many others. Wired asked James to shoot several of their rifles, a few seen below.
You can see more work by James Day on the Levine/Leavitt site.