Like Knows Like is an ongoing short documentary film series about inspiring humans who have gained a significant following on the Internet. We’re meeting up with photographers, illustrators, designers, entrepreneurs, bloggers and storytellers all over the globe.
Here’s some of our favorites:
Short and personal documentary about Jessica Walsh who is a designer, art director and illustrator working in New York City. She is a partner at design studio Sagmeister & Walsh and teaches at the School of Visual Arts. Her work has won numerous design awards. Recently, Warner Bros. has acquired the film rights of her viral side-project called “40 Days Of Dating”
James Victore’s is an amazing artist and posters designer. His work has been exhibited at the MoMA, and belongs to permanent collections of museums in Paris, Washington, D.C., Zürich and Amsterdam. His clients include the New York Times, TIME Magazine, Moët & Chandon, the City of New York and Esquire.
Brandon Doman founded a very special storytelling initiative called “The Strangers Project“. Living in New York City he has collected over 7000 stories from strangers who have passed his sign saying; Hi there! I’m collecting your stories. Share them anonymously or just ask “what for?”
For more then twelve years, Dutch born photographer Chantal Heijnen worked as a refugees and immigrants counselor in the Netherlands. Eventually she decided to pursue photography and moved, together with her husband Bart, to the Bronx.
Victo Ngai is from Hong Kong and a multiple award winning Illustrator, who lives and works in Manhattan, NY. You might have seen her stunning editorial work in magazines like The New Yorker, The New York Times or on her very popular Thumblr blog. Recently, she also made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30!