We've updateed Serial Cut's portfolio with a huge range of striking new work for global clients. Projects include Nespresso, Havainanas, and Nike.
Andrew Holder's portfolio has had a major update, featuring a host of new works and commissions. Based in Los Angeles, Andrew's impressive client list include Urban Outfitters, Google, Financial Times, Roxy, Dwell, American Express, Arkitip, Monocle, The New York Times, NSPCC, BBC, ICON, Wired, and Sub Pop Records.
We have a new member of Pocko family - talented set designer, art-director and prop maker Jessica Dance!
Jessica's playful imagination runs riot in the areas of advertising, editorial, interiors, film and animation and in the process she creates tactile and inviting solutions to a wide variety of creative briefs. Jessica was the winner of the Creative Marketing Award at Graduate Fashion Week 2010, she was also shortlisted for the Mulberry accessories award. Clients include: Mulberry, Vogue, Google, Liberty, Nike, Selfridges, Vanity Fair, Topshop, Per Aquum, Endsleigh, Whistles and GAP. See her portfolio here. Welcome on board!
Ben Newman's "Mask" series has been making the rounds and manifesting itself in all sorts of shapes and sizes; including wooden sculptures and fluffy felt toys. It was only a matter of time before the folks at LACOSTE saw the light and commissioned Newman to proudce an artwork for their t-shirt range. They are still available here, so go grab yourself one before they sell out!
“The subject of change and decay has always fascinated me and been a part of my work, but finding my first gray hair really brought those issues up in my own life,” says Kyoko Hamada, who's project “I used to be you” has received a lot of press recently and won the 2012 Lens Culture International Exposure Award. In her project, she is becoming an old lady called Kikuchiyo-san, her self in 40 years time. “I do feel I am more myself, in a way, when I’m dressing up as Kikuchiyo-san. I feel like I am outside of the time and the social grid we live in. She just freely goes to places whenever she pleases." Kyoko says. She compares the series to a time machine, as it deals with her own mortality, aging and transition. Kyoko began photographing her time-machine self in 2011 with the initial help of a makeup artist, self-timer shutter and friends.
Kyoko was also selected by British Journal of Photography as the one to watch in 2013...So keep watching her work! For more info read one of the articles about her work at CNN blog.