Eric Wrenn is an established art director who is credited for helping magazines, advertisements and brands look more unique and surprising. Well-recognized for his work for ‘Sup Magazine, he has collaborated with a range of cutting-edge brands, such as Bless, Opening Ceremony, Nike and Wood Wood. He has also created distinctive branding for clients such as Eckhaus Latta, and Gagosian Gallery. His innovative work has been given recognition in a variety of forms — including the Type Directors Club, the Society of Publication Designers, and the Walker Art Center, in their exhibition “Graphic Design: Now in Production”. 

Due to his design eye, and great sense of balance in combining high and low aesthetics, we asked Eric to share some of his cellphone images from his day-to-day life that didn’t end up making it onto his Instagram, despite redeeming qualities:

“This is a selection of photos I took with my phone — I guess I was too embarrassed to post them. But maybe they're sort of funny? They're all in chronological order, and some are related to my work.”