Saturday, January 26, 2008
Thursday, January 24, 2008
Capture the dream.
Advertising Agency: JWT, Milan, Italy
Executive Creative Director: Pietro Maestri
Associated Creative Director: Bruno Bertelli
Art Director: Cristiana Boccassini
Customer Director: Mario Fiorentini
Account: Federico Rubini
Art Buyer: Nadia Crosignani
Photographer: Fulvio Bonavia
Agent: Ornella Donadello
Scenography: Sabrina Tempesta
Stylist: Alberto Zanoletti
In an effort to push Havaianas' floral-print flip-flops, flower-bed installations were planted in locations where they were sold. They also served to remind people of Havaianas' unique aesthetic of color, design, and the brand's connection to nature and the outdoors.
Advertising Agency: BBDO New York, USA
Chief Creative Officer: David Lubars
Chief Creative Officer: Bill Bruce
Creative Director/ art director: James Clunie
After 70 years we've seen it all.
Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO Melbourne, Australia
Executive Creative Director: James McGrath
Creative Directors: Cameron Hoelter, Emma Hill
Art Directors / Copywriters: TOM MARTIN, Julian Schreiber
Photographer: Matt Baker
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Agency : Ogilvy & Mather, Beijing
Executive Creative Director: KweiChee Lam
Executive Creative Director: Nils Andersson
Creative Director/ art director: Michael Wong
Art Director: XiaoChen Li, Stephen Liu
Copywriter: Yue Song
Agency Producer: Hana Zhang
Director: JinJing Zhu
Prod. Co. : JQK Production, Beijing
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
There is a craftsman in all of us.
Advertising Agency: Y&R Chicago, USA
Executive Creative Director: Ken Erke
Art Directors: Rainer Schmidt, Ryan Boblett
Copywriters: Tohru Oyasu, Brad Harvey
Photographer: Mark La Favor
Art Buyer: Kourtney Hoffman
Print Producer: Chris Doty
CCO: Mark Figliulo
Monday, January 21, 2008
The Modbook is a revolutionary slate-style tablet Mac that enables users to draw and write directly on the screen.
Axiotron’s innovative design and manufacturing process integrates an Apple MacBook computer, state-of-the-art Wacom® pen-enabled digitizer technology and Axiotron's own proprietary hardware and software components into a complete tablet solution, the Modbook.
Built for artists, mobile users, students and professionals, the Modbook’s condensed form factor and integrated pen-based user experience offer unprecedented flexibility and control over the creative process.
Photography by Caesar Lima
Travis Louie’s paintings come from the tiny little drawings and many writings in his journals. He’s created his own imaginary world that is grounded in Victorian and Edwardian times. It is inhabited by human oddities, mythical beings, and otherworldly characters who appear to have had their formal portraits taken to mark their existence and place in society. The underlining thread that connects all these characters is the unusual circumstances that shape who they were and how they lived. Some of their origins are a complete mystery while others are hinted at. A man is cursed by a goat, a strange furry being is discovered sleeping in a hedge, an engine driver can’t seem to stop vibrating in his sleep, a man overcomes his phobia of spiders, etc, . . .Using inventive techniques of painting with acrylic washes and simple textures on smooth boards, he’s created portraits from an alternate universe that seemingly may or may not have existed.
Travis Louie was born in Queens, New York, about a mile from the site of the 1964 World’s Fair. His early childhood was spent making drawings and watching “Atomic Age” Sci-Fi and Horror movies. There were many Saturday afternoon trips to the local comics shop and noon matinees at the RKO Keith’s cinema on Northern Blvd. , where he marveled at the 1950’s memorabilia: the rocket ships, the superheroes, the giant monsters, and old pulp art covers. He did thousands of sketches of genre characters like Godzilla, King Kong, and a host of creatures from Ray Harryhausen movies.
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Advertising Agency: Hanft Raboy and Partners, New York, USA
Executive Creative Director / Copywriter: Doug Raboy
Creative Director / Art Director: John Tumelty
Art Director: Reuben Orter
Photographer: Tom Fowlks
Sunday, January 20, 2008
MACHEADS is a documentary about fanaticism and unconditional devotion to a corporate brand. The film takes us through the history of the Macintosh community and how it lead the Apple revolution.
MACHEADS explores the human side of Apple, telling the inside story of a loyal community and its struggle to spread the Macintosh gospel. Now that Apple is world known success, is it losing its faith as a community and becoming just a... brand?
MACHEADS features interview with Mac addicts including Raines Cohen cofounder of one of the the first Macintosh user groups, Guy Kawasaki Apple Chief Evangelist and his joint battle with Macheads to save the company in the mid 1990s, Bruce Damer and Galen Brandt owners of Digibarn a 19th century computer museum featuring the history of Apple, the colorful Shawn King, host of Your Mac Life, an internet broadcast with over 200,000 listeners, Adam Engst one of the first publishers of Apple newsletter and the only man in the community with his own action figure, and many others that together with the archives of legendary Computer Chronicles weave this captivating story.