Saturday, June 18, 2011
Double Exposure by Andrew de Freitas
In the same spirit as the series The World Inside off Custom, the artist Andrew de Freitas presents these photographs in double exposure creating a bond between two worlds. Its photographs make it possible to show more than a simple stereotype.
Campaign for the SMUIN Ballet of San Francisco to raise awareness about the companies approach. Ballet but....
Advertising Agency: Evolution Bureau, USA
Executive Creative Director: Stephen Goldblatt
Art Directors: Jeremy Stewart, Enrique Camacho
Copywriters: James Beikmohamadi, Will Zschau
Designer: Steve Knodel
VP Client Services: Kim Kline
Account Director: Rebecca Reid
VP Content Delivery: Andrew Walter
Producer: Jamie Tompetrini
Prepress / Post-Production: DMAX
Photographer: Scott Harben
Photo Retouching: Scott Harben
Executive Producer: Donna Baker – SEE Pictures
Producer: Alicia Conner – SEE Pictures
Stylist: Oak Loakwansathitaya
Hair/Make-Up: Randi Rogers
Duration: April through end of 2009
Friday, June 17, 2011
Jaume Plensa is a Spanish artist, who was born in Barcelona in 1955, and who has been famous since the beginning of the 1980s thanks to his big cast-iron forms. He has lived and worked in Berlin, Brussels, the United Kingdom and France (invited by the Studio Alexandre Calder). He lives now between Barcelona and Paris.
Give all your hair the attention it deserves.
Advertising Agency: JWT, London, UK
Creative Director: Russell Ramsey
Art Directors / Copywriters: Andrew Dobbie, Ronnie Vlcek
Illustrator: Hattie Newman
Photographer: Maak Roberts
If surfing in a beautiful sunny day doesn't make you feel closer to God, a shark will do it quickly.
Surf is sacred. Smolder
Advertising Agency: Hermandad, Brazil
Creative Director: Paulo Lima
Art Director: Hugo Michels
Copywriter: Paulo Lima
Illustrator: Illusion+Motor Group
Planner: Rafael Forti
Published: April 2011
Thursday, June 16, 2011
The new passion of the night.
Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Istanbul, Turkey
Creative Directors: Idil Akoglu, Guven Haktanir
Art Director: Erkan Kaya
Copywriter: Ilker Dagli
Illustrator: Magic Group
Photographer: Suleyman Kacar
Make-up artist: Atilla Akan
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The motorcycling world loves a ‘barn find’—an old, obscure machine wheeled out of the woodwork for the first time. And this is one of the biggest revelations of recent months. It’s a 1930 Henderson that was customized before WW2 by a fellow called O. Ray Courtney and fitted with ‘streamliner’ bodywork. more +
via The cool Hunter
When a tree falls, it takes other lives with it.
Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, São Paulo, Brazil
Chief Creative Officer: Marcello Serpa
Executive Creative Director: Marcello Serpa
Creative Director: Luiz Sanches
Art Director: Ricardo d'Avila
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Discovered work of Owen Silverwood, a photographer who had the good idea to create this series of visual entitled “Inner Space”. Simulating the takeoff of miniature rockets in water glass, the whole of these stereotypes are to be discovered.
Any Road is a Runway
Advertising Agency: La Sociedad, Monterrey, México
Creative Directors: Pablo Leva, Humberto Garza
Art Directors: Roberto Magdiel, Veronica Verona
Copywriter: Mauricio Alanís
Illustrator: D10 Studio
Published: June 2011
Monday, June 13, 2011
Androgynous model Andrej Pejic landed the 98th spot on FHM's Sexiest Woman list. The magazine then went on to bash the sexually ambiguous 20 year-old and called him a "thing" online.
The remarks were later removed stating that they were not approved in advance of publication. The Bosnian born Australian has walked the runway as both a man and a woman. He was discovered when he was 17 in a fast food restaurant. Pejic also ranked 11th on the Models.com Top 50 Male Models list.
Tiny cement figurines have begun appearing on the streets of London. The street artist responsible is Isaac Cordal, who originally hails from Spain but is currently based in London. The project is termed ‘Cement Eclipses’ and deals with such themes as the anonymity and drudgery of city life. The folorn grey cement figurines typically dressed in the garb of our businessman force oneself to reflect on the uniformity and monotony of city living.
Jana und Js are a couple of Franco-Austrian street artists. They met in Madrid, Spain, and they have lived together in Paris. Now they are settled in Austria where they are learning silkscreen technique.
This was done at the Sans Conservateur festival. by artist JS. France
The city is hidden within all our cities.
Warning, more and more people are living in housing that isn't housing.
Advertising Agency: BDDP Unlimited, Paris, France
Creative Directors: Olivier Moine, Guillaume-Ulrich Chifflot
Art Director: Fabien Nuñez
Copywriters: Fabien Duval, Romain Goehrs
Illustrator: Clément Langlais
Photographer: Clément Langlais
Published: April 2011
Zoom in on the important things. With the new COOLPIX S8000 with 10X zoom.
Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt, Berlin, Germany
Chief Creative Directors: Mathias Stiller, Wolfgang Schneider
Creative Directors: Peter Gocht, Christian Kroll
Copywriters: Bjoern Ingenleuf, Lars Baldermann
Art Director: Javier Suarez Argueta
Designer: Pia Drescher
Managing Director: Ilan Schaefer
Account Supervisors: Sirkka Koester, Jutta Caballero
Sunday, June 12, 2011
A little bit about Mitch & Elizabeth
I've been drawing exclusively for Marvel since 2006. I've been really fortunate to be on some really great projects including, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Captain America: The Chosen, Sub Mariner 70th Anniversary Special (Which also featured the last work of the late Al Williamson (a personal hero of mine)), and a handful of other great cover and interior projects.