Check Out These Incredible Animated ‘Cinemagraphs’ By Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg

You’ve heard the saying about “seeing the world through rose colored lenses,” right?  Well digital photographers and artists Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg have shared THEIR perspective of the world only it’s through Giorgio Armani frames and it’s pretty damn cool to say the least.

JamieBeckKevinBurgJamie wanted to show you New York through her glasses and the end result it spectacular due to a process that she and Kevin have coined as, “Cinemagraph.”  Here is what they had to say about it on their website.


seeingNY01We began collaborating as artists in 2009 after years of friendship. In 2011 we created a new form of digital photography we named the Cinemagraph. As described by super model Coco Rocha, they are “More than a photo but not quite a video” allowing a moment to live forever. Clients have included Google, Donna Karan, Tiffany & Co., Veuve Clicquot, Rachel Zoe, and Oscar de la Renta among others.

seeingNY03seeingNY04Quite an impressive client list and after seeing the images from their series which is focused on  New York, it makes perfect sense.  Jamie and Kevin’s work is as impeccable as the clients that swarm to them.

Head over to their WEBSITE to learn more about these two talented artists and to see more of their amazing Cinemagraphs.  You can also follow them on TWITTER for updates on new projects.



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