Daisy

GEERT'S PICKS

Hey there. I'm Geert, Head of Production of Artbox. Happy to share my pick's of the month with you guys. Hope it inspires.

Sungi Mlengeya

Renowned illustrator Mailka Favre mentioned her in a post once: Tanzanian self taught artist Sungi Mlengeya. Since then I’ve been following her and eager to buy her art. The dark figures on a completely white canvas tell the live stories of mainly black women with topics like empowerment and self discovery. I love how realistic portraits meet graphic design.


https://sungimlengeya.com/


Sander van Dijk

An amazing motion artist. I got to know him more than a decade ago when Sander worked at PlusOne, the creative studio I was a partner of. He was still very young then, but already knew what he wanted to do in his life. If I was a brand I’d skip all layers of the cake and put Sander in a room with Karan Singh.

https://vimeo.com/225626084

http://www.sandervandijk.tv/


Anne Barlinckhoff

I've been following Anne for a long time and I’m mainly a fan of her personal work which is often intimate and close to the skin. She captures the aesthetics of human relationships in a universal manner. Pure.

https://www.annebarlinckhoff.com/


Daisy Zhou

Daisy is a cinematographer and director based in Brooklyn. She was being named as one of Adweek's top 15 talented directors who are raising the standard for storytelling in 2018. Honestly I didn’t know that before, but when a request for an animation job this year came in this year accompanied by a treatment of Daisy, I was blown away by the quality of the treatment. Especially from a live-action director. It showed she is indeed raising the standard for storytelling.

https://www.daisyzhoudp.com/

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Sungi Mlengeya
SANDER VAN DIJK
Geert's picks
Anne Barlinckhoff
Geert's picks
Daisy Zhou