Keep Calm & Winter On! We are thrilled to share our favorite new work, films, personal projects, and updates. Click here for our Winter Newsletter.
Spread love every day in 2018. Happy Valentines Day from Giant Artists! xo
PDN’s December issue highlights three Giant Artists and their “Creative Collaborations That Work.” Featured are Emily Shur & her long-time retoucher Anna Glen of Wet Noodles, Justin Fantl & his talented retoucher Zach Vitale, and Michael Schmelling and his Director of Photography Kay Madsen. On newsstands now!
Emily Shur & Wet Noodles
Justin Fantl & Zach Vitale
Michael Schmelling & Kay Madsen
Wishing you a spooooky Halloween from everyone at Giant Artists!
Jump into Fall with Giant Artists! We are thrilled to share our favorite new work, films, personal projects, and updates. Click here for our Fall Newsletter.
We’re so excited to announce our 2017 Giant book! This year, the theme is POINT. Our gaze is re-directed inward to examine why we do what we do, dissect the details, and get to the heart of each artist’s professional journey. Cover art by Christaan Felber.
Giant Artists is featured in PDN Online’s “Promos We Kept” series about the process of creating successful agency promos. At the beginning of each year, Giant mails a single “quick reference” promo to 2,000 individuals at ad agencies and client companies. This year’s – a “menu” style fold-out – features one image per artist, highlighting the best of each artist at a glance. Giant CEO, Jen Jenkins says, “I’m certain that our printed promos, in partnership with our online marketing, personal relationships, etc. lead to jobs. Step one is putting together a strong roster of artists who make stellar work. Step two is getting that work out in the world.”
Movin’ on up! As the company grows so does our space. It’s move-in day at our brand new office in sunny Atwater Village, CA.
Check out Giant’s new + improved Motion offerings to include full-screen videos and gifs/cinemagraphs from our artists. The future is now.
May your holiday season be merry and bright (light a lightbulb)! Photo by Tom Van Schelven and original concept by Stephen Owen.