Akiko Stehrenberger x Dawn Porter

Jordane Saget x Khaos Story


Akiko Stehrenberger x Nike x W+K Amsterdam x Mbappé

Akiko Stehrenberger x Céline Sciamma

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

Jordane Saget x Agnès b

Mark Ulriksen x San Francisco Jazz Festival

Akiko Stehrenberger x Netflix x Susannah Grant

Akiko Stehrenberger  x Karen O + Danger Mouse’s, An Encounter with Lux Prima x The Marciano Art foundation

Mark Ulriksen x Rolling Stone Magazine

Akiko Stehrenberger x Jonathan Krisel

Akiko Stehrenberger x Louis Garrel

Akiko Stehrenberger x Joe Talbot

Akiko Stehrenberger x Yann Demange

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

Helena Hauss will be showing some new drawings and sculptures at Art Paris Art Fair, from April 4th to April 7th.

Akiko Stehrenberger x Jim Jarmusch

Mark Ulrisen x The New Yorker

We are very happy to start representing Daniel Horowitz.

Daniel Horowitz works in painting, drawing, collage, and installation. He also works as an art director and illustrator as he loves to translate an idea or a concept into an image. He is a problem solver who loves collaboration and challenging brief. His existing work which is massive is often licensed to grace a book cover, a magazine cover, a wall or an advertising campaign and the list goes on…

His art is characterized by a unique combination of realism and surrealist abstraction. In many of his compositions, faceless human figures work against backdrops of bizarre landscapes, mundane architecture or chimerical scenes. Twisted and stretched objects or body parts rendered in vibrant colors channel the surreal while examining contemporary reality,  social anxieties and displaced identity. Horowitz’s imagery alters the original nature of objects and scale, creating overall dreamlike atmospheres. His paintings employ an associative logic, whereby disparate subjects are thrown together into impossible landscapes that are nonetheless psychologically cohesive. Through dissonant figure pairings and Freudian fluency in our collective symbolic lexicon, Horowitz conjures up what cannot be visualized into something visible. His paintings suggest a narrative but this promise dissolves into ambiguity. Originally inspired by Surrealism and the Polish Poster School, he developed natural interest in the so-called New Leipzig School, known for mixing surrealism and realism. Horowitz’s work has been the subject of international solo and group exhibitions – from New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Warsaw, Berlin, Leipzig, Paris to Split, Barcelona, and Montreal. He graduated from the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA (2001).

To find out more about Daniel you may visit his website:


Mark Ulriksen x Mastermind Magazine, number 5, a graphic novel about Smartphones.

Akiko Stehrenberger x Jason Reitman

Akiko Stehrenberger x Chiwetel Ejiofor

 Akiko Stehrenberger x Prune Nourry

Akiko Stehrenberger x Saatchi & Saatchi NY x Olay


Akiko Stehrenberger x Mercury 13 = Gold CLIO Award

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker x The Society of Illustrators = Gold Medal

Jordane Saget x LCL

Akiko Stehrenberger x Paul Dano

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

Akiko Stehrenberger x Luca Guadagnino x Dee Rees

Mark Ulriksen signs his 60th cover for The New Yorker.

Jordane Saget x Christie’s Paris

Jordane x Steve x Peugeot

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

Jordane Saget x Les Restaurants du Coeur.

Jordane Saget x RATP (Parisian Subway)

Akiko Stehrenberger x Nick Ebeling

Akiko Stehrenberger wins a new CLIO for her poster “Donald Cried”.

Jordane Saget x agnès b x Artcurial x Vans Europe x Secours Populaire

Mark Ulriksen is going digital.


Akiko Stehrenberger x Matt Spicer

Jordane Saget x Neuilly x Le Théâtre des Sablons.

Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

Akiko Stehrenberger x Pang Ho Cheung

Akiko Stehrenberger  x Nacho Vigalondo

Akiko Stehrenberger x Hirokazu Kore-eda


Akiko Stehrenberger x Ken Loach


Akiko Stehrenberger x Zach Clark


Mark Ulriksen x  The New Yorker


Akiko Stehrenberger x Midi Z


Mark Ulriksen is having his first retrospective exhibition in Paris this September.



Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker


Akiko Stehrenberger x Aaron Schock


Akiko Stehrenberger x Micah Wright x Jay Lender


Mark Ulriksen x Rolling Stone x Iggy Pop and Josh Homme


Akiko Stehrenberger x Ray-Ban


Chiara Clemente latest film:  Chiara captures her father’s Sprawling Installation at MASS MoCA.

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 Akiko Stehrenberger‘s posters have been selected as best movie posters of 2015.



Akiko Stehrenberger x Old Spice x Wieden+Kennedy Portland

 Mark Ulriksen x The New Yorker

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So happy to welcome Mark Ulriksen to the agency.

Mark March 5, 2015

Mark Ulriksen is a San Francisco-based artist and illustrator whose instantly recognizable portraits and whimsical take on life have led to projects for a variety of major clients. He specializes in figurative work that blends humor and darkness with psychological insight. After initially working for 13 years as a graphic designer and magazine art director, Mark went through a relatively early mid-life crisis and gave up a world of monthly deadlines for a world of weekly ones, pursuing a new career as a freelance illustrator and artist.

His editorial illustration work began in the mid-nineties, and since then his paintings have appeared in many of America’s leading magazines and newspapers. Ulriksen is best known for his work for The New Yorker, where he has been a regular contributor since 1993, with more than 50 magazine covers to his credit.

Mark’s varied interests are often the subjects of his acrylic paintings, be they politics or dogs, people or sports. He covered the 2008 Masters for Golf Digest and has created murals for United Airlines and the Chicago Bears that grace the walls of the United Club at Soldier Field. His dog prints adorn the halls of Kaiser Permanente hospitals throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the regular illustrator for the San Francisco Jazz Festival, as well as a children’s book illustrator, and the recipient of numerous awards, including Gold and Silver medals from the NY Society of Illustrators. His 2006 New Yorker cover parody of the film Brokeback Mountain was named the year’s top magazine news cover by the Magazine Publishers of America. Ulriksen’s work is in the permanent collection of The Smithsonian and the Library of Congress.

You may check out Mark’s website by clicking on the following link:

Capturing the Memories High Res

Helena Hauss x WWD x Dior x Galliano


Chiara Clemente x Blonde Redhead

In this video for “Deafeatist Anthem”—directed by Chiara Clemente, acclaimed for her 2008 NYC documentary Our City Dreams—singer Kazu gives us a little bit more of a glimpse into BR’s world. It combines an artful live performance of said song, shot at Bowery Ballroom, and it’s preceded by the singer at home, discussing their life on the road and the band as “a single cell unit.” Vice

We just got word that Akiko Stehrenberger ‘s Cut Bank Norman Rockwell influenced poster won a Golden Trailer Award last night for Best Independent Poster. The Golden Trailer Awards are the movie poster industries Golden Globes, whereas the Key Art Awards are the Oscars.


Akiko Stehrenberger x Robert Edwards


Miss Helena Hauss  x M&C Saatchi Gad London x TFL


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Akiko Stehrenberger’s posters for: Jonathan Glazer “Under the Skin”,” Blue Ruin” directed by Jeremy Saulnier and “The One I Love” directed by Charlie McDowell have been elected best movie posters of 2014.




Akiko Stehrenberger x Cédric Jimenez


The Standard, Hollywood will present the installation of artist Akiko Stehrenberger’s Before The After on Thursday, November 6th. Before The After installation, a visual diary of Stehrenberger’s childhood, will remain on view through the month of November.

Before the After installation unfolds as a visual diary of Stehrenberger’s childhood before the dissolution of her family and parents’ marriage. The heavy themes are juxtaposed with whimsical color and distorted children’s book-like illustrations, as if seen through the eyes of a child. Akiko Stehrenberger – Los Angeles-based artist who’s represented by artist management agency, H Represents – work spans from advertising, editorial and various creative outlets and is mostly recognized for her illustrated movie posters.

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Chiara Clemente x Alex and Ada Katz x Baccarat

In its around the world journey through time and continents, the iconic Harcourt, has been at the centre of great stories to become a timeless object of desire and prestige for any occasion. From this great source of inspiration, Chiara Clemente, Sonia Sieff, Joséphine de la Baume have created three legendary stories…

“In portraying Ada and Alex Katz for Baccarat, I wanted to celebrate their love and the way to continuously inspire each other. Like Baccarat, they possess the beauty and the longevity and impeccable precision” Chiara Clemente


Akiko Stehrenberger x Charlie McDowell

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H Represents x W+K Amsterdam


Akiko Stehrenberger x Spike Jonze


Akiko Stehrenberger x Jonathan Glazer


Sportmax presents the fifth chapter of the “Carte Blanche” artist’s collection with director Chiara Clemente.
Chapter five of “Carte Blanche” is a collaboration with filmmaker Chiara Clemente. Previous artists for the project include the creative Ambra Medda, the artist Lola Montes Schnabel, the iconic musician Kim Gordon from the band Sonic Youth and the art director Christophe Brunnquell.
We are very happy to welcome Dave Kinsey.
His fine art has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide and has been featured in local and international print and online publications from The New York Times and Washington Post to Hypebeast. Among many varied art and design accomplishments, Kinsey was recently selected to participate in an international Absolut artist campaign leading to the commissioned design of a signature Absolut Vodka bottle, following his being chosen, in 2012, as the 33rd annual artist in the esteemed Kenwood Vineyards Artist Series.


Akiko Stehrenberger x Wieden and Kennedy Amsterdam x

Akiko Stehrenberger x Roman Polanski

AKIKO @ H represents : Roman Polanski


l’Atelier Persol directed by Chiara Clemente for Publicis 133

Chiara Clemente @ H Represents : Atelier Persol : April 2013


 Akiko Stehrenberger‘s poster “Kiss of the Damned” won Best Movie poster at South by Southwest Festival as well a the Jury Award for Excellence in Poster Design and the Audience Award.
Happy to welcome Chiara Clemente to the agency.
Chiara grew up between Italy, India, and New York. Her love of capturing people can be traced back to a childhood spent in her father’s studio, watching him paint portrait after portrait. Her love of storytelling was passed down to her from her paternal grandfather, whose bedtime stories first inspired her to create her own narratives. At the age of twelve, she asked for a video camera, started filming everything around her, and realized she wanted to tell stories in a visual way.

Chiara’s career has spanned more than a decade as a director and producer in the realm of documentary, short films, series, branded content, and commercials. She has gained a reputation for depicting intimate and revealing moments with people of many backgrounds – from artists, actors, chefs, and designers to millennials making a mark in the world. Thus far, she has interviewed almost two hundred people, and her passion for “the conversation” has become integral to her filmmaking style.

Her critically acclaimed feature documentary, Our City Dreams, premiered at the prestigious Film Forum in New York City, was screened in more than 30 cities worldwide, and was broadcast on the Sundance Channel. Chiara’s experience interacting with audiences of Our City Dreams enhanced her desire to make work that encouraged people to follow their dreams. Shortly afterwards, she created the Webby Award winning film series Beginnings as well as four seasons of MADE HERE featuring performers such as Bill T.  Jones, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Cherry Jones. She has collaborated with many brands including Apple, Cotton, Levis, Mercedes-Benz.

Her work has been featured in: The New York Times, The New Yorker,  Elle, Another Magazine, Paper Magazine, Variety, Vogue, V Magazine, Interview magazine, Harpper’s Bazaar, Nowness.