Friday, September 9, 2011

Irish Examiner: Mental Health


Mental illness. The hidden epidemic? Advertising Agency: Chemistry, Dublin, Ireland Creative Director: Mike Garner Art Director: Nicole Sykes Copywriter: Anne Fleming Illustrator: P.J Lynch Account manager: Kerrie Sweeney



Thursday, September 8, 2011

The Engineering Amazing



  • The Engineering Amazing campaign was developed at Team One USA.
    Lexus is continuing the Engineering Amazing advertising campaign with “Light”, a television commercial featuring the automotive brand’s digital crash test model technology. The scene opens in a dark room. A human form constructed of 119 points of light moves through space as if it is riding in an invisible vehicle. Suddenly, a more vibrant, detailed human form, with bones, muscles and organs constructed from 2,000,000 points of light, comes in to view, traveling toward the first figure. The two forms collide. Viewed in slow motion, we see that there is no comparison between an ordinary crash test dummy and a Lexus crash test genius in the throes of an accident. The spot illustrates how the Lexus digital crash test model gives the automaker an exponential leap in understanding how the human body responds to a collision, and the ability to design industry-leading safety technology.



The commercial titled Engineering Amazing, 8 was done by Team One advertising agency for Lexus (for Lexus) in United States. It was released in the September 2011.

Bulmers Cider: Titanic


Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne, Australia Creative Chairman: James McGrath Executive Creative Director: Ant Keogh Creative Director: Julian Schreiber, Tom Martin Creatives: Paul Reardon, Simon Bagnasco Group Account Director: Paul Mcmillan Photographer: David Rosendale Retoucher: Mike Mccall Senior Account Director: Brett Wiliiams Account manager: Elizabeth Bierre

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Don't Drink & Drive: Russian Roulette


With just one shot you risk everything. Don't drink and drive. Advertising Agency: Lowe GGK Vienna, Austria Creative Directors: Thomas Tatzl, Andreas Spielvogel Art Director: Thomas Tatzl Copywriter: Andreas Spielvogel Photographer: Michael Stelzhammer Retoucher: rotfilter.com Published: September 2011

Earpick Groom: Parson


Only you can't see how the creature is growing. Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Japan Executive Creative Directors: Shingo Ichimura, David Morgan Copywriters: Hono Nakano, Motonori Sugiyama Art Director: Tatsuya Kuritsuka Photographer: Makoto Horiuchi Post Producers: Takashi Horiguchi, Takashi Taniai


Toyota Tacoma: Viking


1,350 lbs of load capacity. Make you feel powerful. Tacoma Toyota Trucks Advertising Agency: Badillo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi, Puerto Rico Executive Creative Director: Juan Carlos Rodriguez Art Directors: Cristina Burckhart, Fernando Suarez Copywriter: Pedro Perez Associate Creative Director: Mariano German Photographer: Domino Estudio Retoucher: Carlos Nieves Designer: Diana Hernandez Published: September 2011

Monday, September 5, 2011

ATLETA


Atleta
They make us happy, proud and sad, we know their names and life stories. They break the records and set the new ones, we follow their every move. We cherish any chance to get close to them, they persuade us to buy the famous brands, we listen to them, they are rich and glamourous. We want to be like them.
photography: Caesar Lima
model: Liz Becker (boxer)
make up: Veronica Hernandez

Vanessa Lobo



Vanessa Lobo describes her mind as, “an underground, aquatic, interstellar, human and alien garden,” which may help to explain her apparent fascination with the distorted humans she creates that seem to often be trapped underwater or in the cosmos. This Brazilian designer and digital artist says, “Each detail, texture, movement, has a reason, and together they create a conscious concept of the image that doesn’t need to be understood or explained.” See more of her work on her website.

Toyota Tacoma: Spartan



Badillo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi print ads for Toyota in Puerto Rico

Category: Automotive
Client: Toyota de Puerto Rico
Agency: Badillo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi
Country: Puerto Rico
Executive Creative Director: Juan Carlos Rodriguez
Art Director: Cristina Burckhart
Art Director: Fernando Suarez
Copywriter: Pedro Perez
Assoc Creative Director: Mariano German
Photographer: Domino Estudio
Retoucher: Carlos Nieves
Designer: diana hernandez


The commercial titled Spartan was done by Badillo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi advertising agency for Toyota Tacoma (for Toyota) in Puerto Rico. It was released in the September 2011.

Eqdom: Shoe


Enough walking? Auto loans Eqdom.

Advertising Agency: Klem Euro RSCG, Casablanca, Morocco
Creative Director: Christian Penichou
Art Director: Radi Benjelloun Amine
Copywriter: Jonathan Lereculeur
Photographer: Erik Gentet
Published: September 2011

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Lifes of grass








Soil, wheat seeds, structure from recycled metal, fabric.
Exhibited at the 2010 Crossing the Line FIAF Festival at Invisible Dog Gallery, Brooklyn, NY and at the French Institute Alliance Fran├žaise FGH Theater hall, NY and at Brooklyn Utopias: Farm City at The Old Stone House Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
In Egyptian Mythology, Osiris is the God of renewal, the one who eternally comes back to life. He is also the personification of the fertile land and the natural cycles: death and rebirth, dryness and fertility. The natural world, ingested as food becomes a component of human being. Through these anthropomorphic and organic sculptures made of soil and wheat grass seeds, I strive to show that food, it's origin, it's transport, has an impact on us beyond it's taste. The power inside it affects every organ of our body. Observing nature and being aware of what and how we eat makes us more sensitive to food cycles in the world - of abundance, of famine - and allows us to be physically, intellectually and spiritually connected to a global reality.
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Photos © Matthieu Raffard.

Upside Downy Face Portraits




Portraits of folks while they're hanging upside down. Yep. Gross.
The full set and "making of" video at http://www.brutonstroube.com/blog

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