The December/January ‘21 issue of Food & Wine Magazine just came out, and features a boatload of new imagery from Eva Kolenko. Props by Jillian Knox, Food Styling by Carrie Purcell, Creative Director: Winslow Taft, Designers: Khoa Tran & Rachel Carney, Executive Editor: Karen Shimizu, Features Editor: Nina Friend, Senior Food Editor: Mary-Frances Heck. Here’s a sampling:
After 4.5 turbo charged years as Cream Electric Art, Cream Studios and Electric Art have decided to go their own ways again. Electric Art will remain in the Sharpe + Associates roster for North American representation, and will be leveraging its cgi & animation strengths to focus on both stills and motion work for TV & web applications, as well as moving deeper into AR and VR projects the quickly evolving “metaverse” will demand. They will also continue to service clients’ creative retouching needs as they have done for close to 30 years. EA will be bringing back their “Play God” tagline, which is consistent with the capabilities of the tight knit team of multidisciplinary talent they bring to the table. With a focus on craft, high production values and over delivering as an endgame, EA can create anything a client can dream up. Here’s a little snapshot of work completed during the CEA collaboration.
Eva Kolenko helped Williams-Sonoma bring in the Fall line-up with the newly published W-S catalogue, chocked through with beautiful products and some wonderful images from Eva showing them in-use.
We were thrilled that the company chose one f her images for the catalogue’s cover. Credits: Creative Direction: Kathleen Korb | Design: Holly Smith | Art Production: Amy Heine | Food Styling: George Dolese. Here are a few faves:
CEA recently teamed up with agency Fenton Stephens and photographer Stuart Crossett on this distinctive campaign for Izuzu Trucks N Series, touting the trucks’ enhanced safety features and reliability. CEA created the CGI figures and environments, composited the trucks into the scenes and retouched the final images.
Cream Electric Art recently teamed up with Creaytive Melbourne on a TVC featuring some pretty nifty liquid simulation for the yogurt river and falls. Credits: CD: Chris Reay | Creatives: Mark Andrews & Tim Holmes | Sound Design: Pete Kneser
What a blast!! Kolenko teamed up with Jesse Tyler Ferguson, his good friend and food celeb Julie Tanous and Clarkson Potter to create “Food Between Friends” a beautiful cookbook filled with “paleo-light” recipes developed by the culinary duo, and some fun lifestyle shots of Jesse and Julie. Food Styling: Marian Cooper Cairns | Props: Natasha Kolenko | Design: Jennifer Beal Davis | Art Direction: Stephanie Huntwork. Here are some of our faves:
Electric Art was tasked by Lindt Australia to create beautiful, hyper-real caramel pours and chocolate confections for new product packaging there. The results will make you fat.
Just published! A beautiful book by Miyoko Schinner chocked full of beautiful imagery by Eva Kolenko featuring nothing but plant-based recipes, published by Ten Speed Press. Yum!! Food Styling: Emily Caneer | Props: Claire Mack | Art Direction: Betsy Stromberg | Design: Isabelle Giofreddi.
Arnott’s Tim Tam needed photo real process shots showing builds of their new flavors in the Crafted Collection, and Electric Art nailed it beautifully. Agency: Publicis Group’s the Neighborhood | CD: Michael Barnfield | Creative Team: Ben De Werk & Ben Ware | Integrated Producer: Corinne Heffernen | Music: Song Zu
Celebrity food blogger Dzung Lewis recently worked with Eva Kolenko to shoot the Honeysuckle Cookbook, a collection of 100 Vietnamese inspired recipes for busy families which was just published. YUM! Credits: Food Styling: Ryan Reineck | Prop Styling: Claire Mack. Here are a few of our favorites: