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We love Zen’s new promo images for the band Liars!

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Zen paid tribute to the famous and sadly, now defunct, Colby Poster Printing Company with a bright fashion advertorial for Levi’s in the inaugural issue of JUNK Magazine. More images on Zen’s site!

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Redeye’s November newsletter is here, with updates from Adi Goodrich, Wyne Veen and Zen Sekizawa! Subscribe here for more.

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Zen’s latest video work for LD Tuttle! Click through for "Lapsus," AW13, and check out more of Zen’s motion work here

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Zen recently photographed actor Kevin Zegers, star of the upcoming supernatural fantasy ‘The Mortal Instruments,’ for OUT Magazine and the results are beautiful and dreamlike. Check out the interesting article online here or in the current issue of OUT. 

Zen has teamed up with designer Brian Roettinger to create a half-tone animation for For Your Art’s group show “Photo Op: Art to Pose With,” opening this Friday, July 19th, 7-10pm. “In one room, a series of sculptures to either be picke up, put on, stood with, framed and (in all cases) pictured with.”

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A nice, summery July newsletter for you! Click through for new fashion work from Zen Sekizawa, a Corey Arnold collaboration with Pentagram and Adi Goodrich set design. 

Zen shot double for the SS13 Creatures of Comfort lookbook. Click through for the rest of the images on the Creatures of Comfort blog! 

Happy seis de Mayo! Relax by perusing our May newsletter, with updates from Cody Pickens, Zen Sekizawa and Noah Webb

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Click the above still to watch Zen Sekizawa’s latest and greatest video piece for LD Tuttle shoes, featured in our March newsletter. 

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Fun updates from Zen Sekizawa, Amy Martin and Corey Arnold. Click here to view!

A new photo by Zen Sekizawa will be featured tonight at Alias Books East in Los Angeles for #4 of a 12 part series curated by Cali Thornhill Dewitt.  One Wall/One Photo, printed at 3x4’!

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Zen Sekizawa photographed CEO Julia Stewart (of Applebee’s and IHOP) last month for Fast Company! Full article here about how Applebee’s has “found success by embracing it’s frequent perception as a punch line.” 

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In April of last year Zen documented Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang’s pyrotechnics piece “Mystery Circle” for his “Sky Ladder” exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. One of Zen’s spectacular shots from that performance now graces the cover of a new MOCA book on the artist. Click here for more info!