Contemporary Artists We’ve Worked With:
Shepard Fairey, John Van Hammersveld, Richard Duardo, JonMarc Edwards, Forrest Myers, Aaron “Sharp” Goodstone, Terence Main, Michele Oka Doner, James Hong,
Rick Kaufmann, Tracy Rust, Carmen Spera, James Evanson, Howard Meister, Richard Snyder, and Alex Locadia.
JonMarc Edwards Artist Profile
SmashWerks Films was honored to tell the story of JonMarc Edwards through his artistry and the creation of his thought provoking interactive installation,
FLUTTER, by creating a multitude of diverse edits for his fanbase.
A sensual and conceptual installation, participants will intermittently be enveloped in a flurry of text, meaning and chaos. FLUTTER is an experience that connects both the visually stunning with the metaphorically inspiring. Sly, funny and wise, the conceptual installation visually asserts that language is an essential element like air, water, fire and wind (and as ubiquitous.) FLUTTER empowers participants to interact and make sense of the linguistic fabric that is all around us; concrete, profuse, disposable – unique!
Please enjoy the teaser, 3 minute, and 7 minute pieces we produced for him below.
Art et Industrie
Art Et Industrie is a gallery in New York City founded by artist Rick Kaufmann in 1977 featuring art furniture for the past 20 years.
This is the story of the extraordinary struggles and triumphs of an art curator, his vision, and his collective of artists...
Below is the long awaited trailer:
Stay Tuned for the Full Length Film!
Photos by Jacopo Campaiola
Wheel of Fortune
In 2014, SmashWerks followed artists Jill Sutherland, Anne Staveley, and their incredible team to Burning Man
to document their art installation the Wheel of Fortune.
This film explores the magic of our journey...
Art In The Streets With Shepard Fairey and More
The Art in the Streets Exhibit at MOCA in Downtown LA showcased 50 of the most renowned street artists
bringing their color to the world. We were honored to interview Shepard Fairey & Sharp for this piece.
Live Experimental Theater
SmashWerks had an amazing experience shooting the play, Humilious; a post apocalyptic drama which explores and challenges the way we perceive the afterlife.
Directed by the talented Robert Catalusci and shot on the steps of City Hall Los Angeles in a single take, it was a masterfully executed 6 camera shoot including an 18 foot Jib. It premiered at The Independent in downtown LA to an enthusiastic sold-out audience and is currently touring museums in the US and China.
Check out the trailer below: