Category Archives: Editorial

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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Women in Funeral Services for More Magazine by TrujilloPaumier

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.

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Michael Shannon shot by Danny Clinch

Danny Clinch worked with the talented Jennifer Ryan Jones to create this story on the actor Michael Shannon for the Playboy Magazine September issue.

You can see more work by Danny Clinch on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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KarlssonWilker take a European roadtrip to launch the Mini Coupe

When Mini contacted New York City based karlssonwilker for campaign ideas surrounding the launch of the new Mini Coupe, we’re pretty sure they did not expect to produce a road trip through Europe.  And that’s precisely what karlssonwilker founders, Jan Wilker and Hjalti Karlsson convinced Mini to do. The pair, along with KW creative director Nicole Jacek, drove two Mini Coupés across southern Europe with a film crew and photographer making stops to meet with area creatives and document their adventure. They came up with the plan once they heard the ‘Another day, another adventure’ theme Mini was looking to develop ideas around.

A few people they met along the way:

Romanian underground heavy metal band Monarchy:

Michelin-starred chef in Bulgaria, Joro Ivanev:

A Romanian graffiti artist Sinboy:

And they survived a few run-ins with the law:

The trip was documented online  and as part of a special 24 page inset designed by karlssonwilker in the release of Matter, a new magazine launching in October.  We are quite pleased that Creative Review covered the story yesterday!
You can see more work by karlssonwilker on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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Louis Vuitton shot by Laziz Hamani

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.

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Alex Trochut’s Neo Deco on Stylist Magazine

Coinciding with London fashion week, Stylist magazine launched its annual fashion issue with three striking split-run covers – all featuring Alex Trochut’s Neo Deco font.

In an interview with Computer Arts Magazine, art editor Clare Ferguson answers a few questions about the font choices for this special issue.

Computer Arts: Why did you choose Neo Deco as the main headline font for the fashion issue?
Clare Ferguson: We wanted a guest font that reinforced the tone of the issue and worked with the pictures. We needed something that felt different and contemporary but with a strong presence. We wanted to keep it fun and I like the detail in the font as that is something that is key in the design of Stylist.
CA: What do you think this particular font choice adds to the overall look and feel of the issue?
CF: I think it adds an extra element of detail and strength which works well with the images on the cover and the shoots inside. It makes the issue feel cool and exciting, it commands attention and made the issue feel really special and stand out.
CA: Working on a high circulation weekly mag, how much freedom do you have when it comes to choosing guest fonts?
CF: At Stylist we have as much freedom as we like as long as the font fits in with the design and concept of what we are trying to achieve. We are always trying to push the design parameters of what we have done before, while still keeping the overall look and feel within the stylist brand.
You can see more work by Alex Trochut on the Levine/Leavitt site.

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New from James Day: Vanity Fair September issue

Photographer James Day shot this collection of watches for the Vanity Fair UK September issue.  The book pages which the watches were set into were cut by a very talented British artist called Robert Battams.

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

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