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“With great pleasure, we announce the launch of the first GS Print Edition. Discover our featured photographers, influencers, and explore cultural movements across an array of compelling imagery. Access endless inspiration, practical understanding of our image licensing and custom production services, all in an elegant and tactile digest. To request a copy of the limited run GS Print Edition, contact your agent. Explore images from our GS Print Edition here on GoSee,” the team from the premium agency based in London and New York tells us.
Gallery Stock is a premium image licensing partner with a select roster of the world's most influential commercial and fine artists. Many of our photographers and illustrators have never been represented by a licensing agent. Quite simply stated, we give you access to elite imagery. Our curated, hand selected library offers distinct, one of a kind images, exclusive to our collection for our global customers. We are actively shooting with our artists to create new perspectives for your image needs; offering the best way for art buyers, creative directors, photo editors, and designers to connect with the photographers whose names they know from the fine art and the commercial worlds.
18.04.2017 // show complete article
London-based photo agency presents its portfolio on GoSee : “London based, Cameron McKnee shoots fashion for high profile brands such as Wrangler, Urban Outfitters and Vans among others. His content brings a hip fashion flavor to the GALLERY STOCK Collection.
The sun is out so it’s time to enjoy the season! Nothing takes advantage of the summer quite like exploring the tastes of the world, so MC Kennedy photographed exactly what summer tastes like. In a shoot exclusive to GALLERY STOCK, the photographer’s vision gives us a glimpse at the wonder, excitement and celebration that comes with the season.
Tom Nagy is fascinated by the immensity and drama of monumental places. Whether he’s capturing the vastness of space from a bird’s eye view, or pulling far enough away to create immeasurable context, we understand the world differently through Tom’s lens and see it in a brand new way.” You can find his portfolio on GALLERY STOCK.
23.06.2016 // show complete article
'We are now offering the work of illustrators from around the world to match your needs!' GALLERY STOCK opens its Illustration department and presents on GoSee the work of five international illustrators: PETER GRUNDY is a designer and illustrator who in 1980 redefined the genre which today is known as Infographics. Today Peter Grundy AKA Grundini, grapples with modern messiness by designing simple, shared and accessible architectures of the future. He lives and works in London.
DAVID DORAN is a freelance illustrator currently based in Falmouth, UK. He graduated from Falmouth University in 2014 with a first class degree in illustration. While still at University, he amassed an impressive client list, including the New York Times and has now worked for international newspapers, magazines, brands, festivals, and publishers on illustrations of all shapes and sizes.
RUDE : Husband and wife team based in London, they specialize in hand-drawn illustration and text-based work. Always vibrant, playful and personal, they’ve been commissioned to create work for brands such as Top Shop, The Tate Gallery and Urban Outfiiters.
SERGE SIEDLITZ combines elements of popular culture with diverse influences to create a body of work which both relates back to an iconic graphic language and also explores innovative and original ideas through maps, information graphics, character design and much more. He lives and works in London.
TETSUYA TOSHIMA : A beautiful mix media illustrator Tetsuya had this to say: I am active in the fields of television, graphics, illustration, fine art,interiors, advertising, and fashion. In order to create works that present a universal consciousness of time, I use a wide variety of methods and mediums to visually communicate messages and conceptual ideas.
24.05.2016 // show complete article