A Colourful Collaboration

gg-ll--richie-talboy2 gg-ll-richie-talboy3 richie-talboy-gg-ll-summer-olympics-01 richie-talboy-gg-ll-summer-olympics-05 richie-talboy-gg-ll-summer-olympics-02 gg-ll-fucking-young gg-ll-fucking-young2 gg-ll-fucking-young3 Although relative newcomers, art direction / set design team gg-ll – Grace Glass and Lucas Lefler – are steadily gaining traction within the competitive fashion industry with commissions from the likes of Levi’s and Duckie Brown. Part of their success is in part due to their choice of collaborators who adequately complement their work. Amongst their partnerships is a collaborative relationship with photographer Richard Talboy – also Lucas Lefler’s partner. Together they have been producing a portfolio of consistently hyper real, graphically bold and exacting work. Their latest joint project – a shoot for Fucking Young ‘Museum’ issue – sees the trio veer from their trademark use of pastels and brights to experiment with a monochrome palette and just a splash of colour. In a sector that is becoming dominated by freelancers, collectives and ad hoc collaborations, the creative industry in its own way is leading in the new working practice for industry as a whole.]]>

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