Saturday, January 19, 2008
When one is sick, another one works twice as much.
Advertising Agency: Cohn&Jansen / Ashley&Holmes, Bucharest, Romania
Creative Director: Andrei Cohn
Art Director: Alex Stanciu
Group Creative Director / Copywriter: Catalin Rusu
Thursday, January 17, 2008
Hight speed shoping: diesel.com
Product : Fashion jeans and clothing
Agency : Marcel Paris
Photographer: Laurie Bartley
Executive Creative Director: Frederic Temin / Anne de Maupeou
Art Director: Nicolas Chauvin / Romin Favre
Copywriter: Eric Jannon / Dimitri Guerassimov
Country : France
Capture the moment. Experience the sun setting on a golden surf. Share a midnight snack of mango grouper in the moonlight. Feel the warm Gulf breezes wash over you. It's moments like this that you'll savor for a lifetime.
Advertising Agency: BVK, Milwaukee, USA
Creative Director: Ross Lowinske
Art Director: Scott Krahn
Copywriter: Ross Lowinske
Photographers: Jeff Salzer, Scott Krahn
Other additional credits: Gary Mueller
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Your child is growing. Not as fast as the ocean are rising.
Agency Almap BBDO Comunicações
City São Paulo
Brand Name Greenpeace
Creative Director Roberto Pereira, Luiz Sanches, Marcello Serpa
Art Director Bruno Prosperi, Marcos Medeiros
Copywriter Renato Simões
Brand: Blackberry Pearl
Product : Verizon Wireless
Agency : McCann Erickson NY
Country : United States of America
Photographer: Giblin & James
Chief Creative Officer: Joyce King Thomas
Executive Creative Director: Steve Ohler
Group Creative Director: Thomas Murphy/Sean Bryan
Group CD / Art Director: Benjamin Vendramin
Senior Copywriter: Jesse Potack
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
Edward Walton Wilcox invites us to take a second look at the decadence of the times with his gothic translation of iconographic images like Marilyn. Based in LA, Wilcox has an upcoming exhibition in March titled “Are You Going With Me?” at the Ambrogi Castanier Gallery in West Hollywood.
Merging classical technique with modern perception, Wilcox's work is a commentary on a society clasping to garish distractions as a means of escaping the inevitable downfall. His art stands as a moral critique of a world attempting to shroud itself in beauty and diversion in the midst of its own collapse.
His intention is for the work to have a preternatural effect on the viewer; evoking at times a sense of awe, terror, insignificance, romantic sensuality, allusions to our self destructive nature, the temporal nature of beauty and life, and the decay of the material world as a constant of which we are always aware.