Brittany App is a photographer, avid travellist and life catalyst. Although she hails from in and around the central coast of California, Brittany is always on the move whether it be by plane, boat or bicycle. This image maker is full of life and the vibrancy she exudes is reflected directly back into her images via the welcoming faces of the people she photographs, such as the faces shown here from her London series. You can follow Brittany’s latest photo-documentary project as she prepares for her coast-to-coast bicycle tour – scheduled for the fall – in effort to raise money for her favorite charity, Water Aid.
Dylan Wooters is a photographer and writer from California, living in NYC. His photographs depict his encounters through the various cities he has lived or traveled to. Mr. Wooters has also followed the Bay area graffiti scene and taken numerous photos documenting his experience. Check out his Flick’r account, as well as his website, for more of his photos and writings.
Timothy Hunt, illustrator & graphic designer, works under the name Fickle Fate! His posters – the majority of his work – is reminiscent of mid-twentieth century Polish poster design; simple yet poignant to the subjects or narratives they represent.
Freelance illustrator Sam Brester pulls humor into social commentary, and sometimes criticism with his work, which is cut even more effectively through his odd perspectives and quirky characters. His illustrations can be found accompanying many a newspaper article both in the states and abroad. His personal project Hand of Man Publishing should not be missed… particularly if you’re in the market to purchase, publish, or peruse some zines.
Nothing like a penis popsicle to wake you up on a Tuesday morning. Ewa Mos, who likes to go by Moscva, has a fun illustration style that feels childish, in a good way. She also is a talented photographer, which you can discover on her photo blog.
Brooklyn-based printmaker Pete Watts puts graphite to paper to create highly detailed, model-style cutaways of complex man-made/earth conjunctions. You can get a closer look at Pete’s drawings through his zine titled Everything is Forever.
To celebrate the release of B/D Apparel’s new Spring collection, we are featuring a 5-part interview series, giving you a behind-the-scenes look at each of the artists who create our graphics. Within these interviews, we explore their creative process, tools of the trade, influences, and their advice for fellow creatives.
For the first interview in the series, we caught up with Jiro Bevis, who collaborated with us to create “B/D Breakfast Club” and “Thumbs Up”. Jiro’s work interweaves iconic pop cultural references and inside jokes alike, resulting in a bold mix of idiosyncratic images, united by Bevis’ humorous approach.