October 18th, 2013 by siobhansquire | Tags: Awards, Portrait
A copy of the Creative Review Photography Annual 2012 landed on the Shaw & Shaw HQ doorstep this morning. Their short film Floorplay has been honoured in the moving image category.siobhansquire | Tags: Moving Image
VW launch their new Beetle with adam&eveDDB’s biggest ever print campaign by Nick Meek. Executive Creative Director: Jeremy Craigen, Creative Director: Grant Parker.siobhansquire | Tags: Advertising, Automotive, Landscape
James won Best in Category for his skulls in Non Commissioned Object Series at last night’s AOP Awards. Go James!siobhansquire | Tags: Awards, Portrait
James Day wins a silver lion for photography at Cannes for Jacket, Spring Summer Sale 2011. Shot for Y&R Dubai. Check out more here.
June 22nd, 2012 by siobhansquire | Tags: Advertising, Awards, Fashion, Still Life
We’re so excited about Crispin Finn’s new mailer. Check out Gavin Lucas’ post about it here. Hunt down the postman!
June 18th, 2012 by siobhansquire | Tags: Graphic design, Illustration, Typography
Nick’s new cards have just arrived…siobhansquire | Tags: Landscape, Portrait, Still Life
If you’ve been hanging around at CHI these last few weeks, you will have seen David Gill’s Last Supper prints hanging too. If you’ve missed it, here’s a taster:
May 15th, 2012 by siobhansquire | Tags: Exhibition, Still Life
Nick shot this new personal series on location above Grindelwald, Switzerland and in Chamonix, France. It’s an idea that came to him whilst reading ‘Mountains of my Life’ by seminal alpinist Walter Bonatti. The saying goes that black crows (choucas) are the souls of climbers lost to the mountains.siobhansquire | Tags: Landscape
‘I was very excited to get a call from Florence Moll, my French agent, a couple of weeks ago. “Le Monde would like you to shoot something for their Carte Blanche……”
Le Monde choose a different artist each week. The brief is to simply shoot whatever you like, the only criteria being that it’s shot within a ten day period.
I flew to Chamonix, French Alps where they are having the coldest winter for 40 years. I positioned myself high in the mountains and waited for the sun to set…. here is the result.’
March 12th, 2012 by siobhansquire | Tags: Landscape