TODD COLE – i-D – NO SESSO

Todd Cole worked with i-D to photograph gender-fluid fashion house, No-Sesso, meaning “no sex/gender” in Italian. The Los Angeles-based line aims to “create a world of fashion and art inclusive of people of color and gender nonconformists.”

Todd Cole, Giant Artists, No Sesso, i-D, vice, fashion, Los Angeles

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DJUNA BEL – VOGUE NETHERLANDS INTERVIEW

In a recent interview with Vogue Netherlands, Djuna Bel explains how growing up as a Dutch-American influenced her life and career. She also dishes on life in Los Angeles, health, and wellness and the biggest differences between American and Dutch beauty routines.Djuna Bel, Giant Artists, Vogue, Netherlands, Interview, Fashion, Stylist, Wardrobe Stylist

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GIANT ARTISTS – PDN – “PROMOS WE KEPT”

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.”Giant Artists, Photography, Photo Agency, Representation, Promo, Creative promo

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INTRODUCING JESSICA ANTOLA!

We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Jessica Antola to the Giant roster! New ideas mix with ancient customs to create fascinating frontiers in Jessica Antola’s work.  Bold, colorful expressions fully engage her audience in a world that is distinctly her own. Her imagery has been the subject of solo and group exhibitions internationally and has been recognized by numerous honors including PDN’s 30, American Photography, PDN Photo Annual, The Exposure Award, International Photography Awards and Prix de la Photographie. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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COLLIN ERIE – INGRID GOES WEST

Collin Erie worked as the 2nd Unit Director for the new comedy feature, Ingrid Goes West, starring Elizabeth Olson and Aubrey Plaza. He also shot the original posters for the film, including one designed for Arclight’s massive digital wall in Los Angeles. The amusing story – about an unhinged social media stalker – hits screens August 11th.

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ANOTHER SIDE OF: DUSTIN AKSLAND

Dustin Aksland‘s photos fully immerse viewers into scenarios, almost feeling the dirt-filled atmosphere of a rodeo or the unmitigated excitement of a first-time concert goer. And when Dustin photographs food and restaurants, we can practically smell the freshly prepared meals in the bustling kitchens. When asked about his approach to shooting the food industry, Dustin says, “Shooting chefs and kitchens isn’t very different from shooting musicians or bands on tour. The camaraderie and focus on a singular goal are fun to witness. But the best part of shooting chefs and world class food is getting to eat it afterward!” Thanks for taking us there, Dustin!

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