A French Canadian from Montréal, Louis-Philippe goes by "LP." He used to play relatively loud music, but that wasn’t helping to pay the bills. So he quit music for advertising, which brought him to San Francisco, London, Toronto, and now New York. LP has worked with some great brands around the world and won a bunch of interesting-looking awards: lions, sharks, roosters, pencils sharpened on both ends… But he's particularly proud of a film that he made with one of his favorite directors to stop people from texting and driving.
These days you can find LP living happily in Brooklyn with his wife and son. He didn’t want to wrap his kid in robots and panda prints, so he started a streetwear brand for the young ones that grown-ups would want to wear. It’s part Wile E. Coyote, part Mark Gonzales, part Lemmy Kilmister. It’s cute.