Friday, May 20, 2011

Pop Culture Silhouettes by Olly Moss

Olly Moss has been argued to be one of the most influential pop artists of our time. One thing's for sure, his latest and first solo exhibition, Paper Cuts, was a huge success and everything sold out in the blink of an eye.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Canon Pixma: Colour sculptures

Bring colour to life
you can

Advertising Agency: Dentsu London, UK
Executive Creative Director: Andy Lockley
Art Director: Doug Lyon
Account Director: Rob Zuurbier
Photographer: Linden Gledhill
Director: Chris Hewitt
Production Company: Knucklehead
Editor: Ted Guard at The Quarry
Director of Photography: Jason Tozer
Agency Producer: Bethany Wilcox
Production Company Producer: Darren Tuohy
Digital designers: Lika Ince, Riccardo Bartoli

French Connection: Brave

Man should be brave.

Advertising Agency: Fallon, London, UK
Art Directors / Copywriters: Selena Mckenzie, Toby Moore
Photographer: Leila Naaman
Typographers: Philip Bosher, Monica Pirovana

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Sony Cybershot: Wolf

Sony Cybershot: Wolf
Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Back
Art Directors: Nils Eberhardt, Vince Lagana, Wassim Kanaan
Copywriters: Steve Jackson, Steve May
Photographer: Andreas Bommert
Retoucher: Mark Sterne

Tok&Stok: Arrow

Tok&Stok: Arrow
Advertising Agency: DDB, Brazil
Executive Creative Director: Sergio Valente, Marco Versolato
Creative Directors: Andre Pedroso, João Mosterio, Daniel Bottas
Art Directors: Ulisses Razaboni, Marcelo Bruzzesi
Copywriter: Marcos Abrucio
Photographer: João Ferraz, Lucio Libanori
Illustrator: Quad Stúdio
Planners: Cynthia Horowicz, Carolina Roxo, Marcus Vinicius de Freitas, David Gross
Media: Alessandra Gambuzzi, Soraya Sobral, Patricia Oliveira, Yatan Cenciales
Account Supervisors: Polika Teixeira, Marcia Aguiar, Suzana Poli, Marcelo Trivelato
Advertiser’s Supervisors: Regis Dubrule, Ghislaine Dubrule, Flavia Lucena

Sony Cybershot: Dress

Sony Cybershot: Dress
Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Back
Art Directors: Nils Eberhardt, Vince Lagana, Wassim Kanaan
Copywriters: Steve Jackson, Steve May
Photographer: Andreas Bommert
Retoucher: Mark Sterne
Published: April 2011

Lemon School: Giraffe

Don’t waste your creativity.

Advertising Agency: OpusMúltipla, Curitiba, Brazil
Creative Directors: Beto Rogoski, Denilson Pucci, Renato Cavalher
Art Director: Pericles Kwiatkowski
Copywriters: Bruno Leite, Beto Rogoski
Photographer: Guto Lavigne

Pepsi Max: Tehran 1943

You mess things up when you nap.

Advertising Agency: BBDO, Moscow, Russia
Creative Director: Mihai Coliban
Creative Group Head: Victor Sokolov
Art Director: Max Kitaev
Copywriter: Andrey Sivkov
Illustrators: Ami Collective
Agency Producer: Marina Shponko
Account Director: Anna Sokolova
Account Manager: Katya Konovalova

Monday, May 16, 2011

Harvey Nichols: Lingerie With Lycra Mesh

Lingerie With Lycra Mesh.

Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School Europe, Hamburg, Germany
Teacher: Niklas Frings-Rupp
Art Directors: João Unzer; Rodrigo de Castro
Copywriters: Rodrigo de Castro; João Unzer
Photographer: João Unzer

Hellmann's Mayonnaise: No Leftovers

No Leftovers Sorry Roxy
The only Mayonnaise for Christman

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy and Mather, London, United Kingdom
Creatives: Steve Clarke Serge Pennings
Photographer: Gandee Vasan

Volkswagen: Tennis

The new Passat. Pleasure before business.

Advertising Agency: DDB, Sydney, Australia
Executive Creative Director: Dylan Harrison
Creative Director: Steve Wakelam
Art Directors: Steve Wakelam, Adam Ledbury
Copywriter: Karen Ferry

Planning Director: Nick Andrews

Managing Partner: Nicole Taylor

Senior Business Manager: Dave Murphy

Photography: Alan McFetridge

Art buyer: Bryson Holt

Photography Production House: The Kitchen

Retouching: Cream

Metro Magazine: Experience

Read more. Know more. Live more.

Advertising Agency: Morris Pinewood, Stockholm, Sweden
Creative Director: Mattias Frodlund
Art Director: Mattias Frodlund
Copywriter: Jesper Eronn
Illustrator: Sven Prim
Photographer: Sven Prim
Account Director: Per Hellberg
Published: February 2011


Protex: Wrapped Dog

Protects From 99% Of All Germs

Advertising Agency: Advantage Y&R, Windhoek, Namibia
Creative Director / Art Director: Patrick Held
Copywriter: Abed Erastus
Post Production: Carsten Klask / Postroom
Published: May 2011

Chio Natura: Chips

Simply natural

Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Budapest, Hungary
Creative Directors: Attila Lonkay, László Nagy
Art Director: Eric Rainsberry
Copywriter: Andrea Toth

Sunday, May 15, 2011


Shepard Fairey
Back in the mid 80's there was a skateboard subculture growing fueled by punk rock, grimy skate magazines, and the youth who participated in it. Shepard Fairey was among them. For some it was a passing phase that lasted a year or two, for Shepard it became culture. He has moved from the early underground world of skateboarding and punk rock into the lowbrow counter culture world of propaganda street art and beyond. In his mid 30's Shepard Fairey is still holding true to his core punk rock values while applying it to his own street art campains, gallery shows and various other international art causes around the world. With dark undertones of pop culture irony, and underlining hints of hope and prosperity. You can not deny the timelessness of his work and the message behind it. Shepard Fairey is more than just an artist, he is also an activist and something tells me he has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. Especially with this show in London at the Stolen Space Gallery he has in the works.

Do you remember Think Different ad?

"Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify and vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as crazy, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."

Tony Fitzpatrick

Tony Fitzpatrick is an American artist born and based in Chicago.
Fitzpatrick begin seriously drawing with pastels on slate board in a store front in the town of Villa Park, Illinois. He worked by day and bartended at the bar across the street, at night, in the early 1980s. During that time, he developed separate friendships with Chicago radio personality and bluesman Buzz Kilman and film director Jonathan Demme. Demme and Kilman are longtime friends, and the three became close. As a result, Tony has starred in a few of Demme's films and other films as well. During the late 1980s, he begin getting gallery shows in Chicago and New York City, establishing connections that would lead him to be a successful working artist who has sold paintings to several film directors, among others.

French Connection: Woman

Advertising Agency: Fallon, USA
Production Company: OneSix7 Productions
Director: Leila and Damien de Blinkk
Editor: Ben Campbell, Cut + Run