On a fresh, strangely Fall-like Wednesday in January (I can say fall as I have now lived in New York for 6 months) a group of very excited, art-obsessed, coffee-seeking souls gathered on the 8th floor of The Whitney Museum of American Art.
We are the ambassadors for The Whitney. Only two days after my interview (and the newest art groupie) I was about to sit down to breakfast with Adam Weinberg. The Whitney’s Director, the Godfather himself.
Fridayyyyy. And FIVE days from now you'll be waking up on Christmas morning! We're asking ourselves just where has this year gone!? Well it has and we're gonna wrap up The Score interview series for 2013 with an absolute treat today. His art is truly astounding, his viral success has increased ten-fold in the last few days. Ladies and gents let us introduce to you Mr Kyle Lambert.
This week’s score comes to you from a true legend of advertising Steve Henry. Maker of some of the most iconic adverts that we all know and love and founder of Decoded I need not say much to introduce him. Enjoy!
You've never seen illustrations as mental as this, unless of course, you've met Andrey Flakonkishochki. A dose of surrealism tied in with orgasmic observations and a twist of reality in there... somewhere. He's from Russia, occasionally writes in Japanese and uses colours that have been known in some cases to cause epileptic comas. Come sit with us as we interview and talk about his perspective on Hitler Frogs & Full English Breakfast Porn.
This weeks score brings you digital illustrator and mystical imaginator, Brian Luong. He hails all the way from South California so welcome him with open arms. Oh, and he’s a bit of a wizard on the old Wacom...
Pioneer of the 60’s Creative Revolution, George Lois is truly an advertising Legend. He not only shaped the industry with his renowned ideologies such as ‘The Big Idea’ but changed popular culture with his acclaimed campaigns and iconic magazine covers for Esquire. Now he share’s a thing or two with us about the industry…
This week we were lucky enough to chat with journalist and filmmaker, Mark Donne, whose latest feature ‘The UK Gold’, narrated by The Wire’s Dominic West and scored by Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja, recently won best Documentary at The East End Film Festival.
We had a bit of a chat about the centre of the universe, tax havens and how to go about working with ridiculously talented talent.
Well, don’t we have a treat for the type geeks amongst us?! This weeks score brings you Andrei Robu, lettering and illustration specialist who has designed for some of the worlds biggest brands including Nike and Coca-Cola. His typography is enough to make any designer drool so close your mouth and read on!