Saturday, September 8, 2012

Baruel: Fish

There are more than enough stinky things in the world. Advertising Agency: Z+ Comunicação, São Paulo, Brazil Executive Creative Director: Alan Strozenberg Creative Director: Leo Macias Art Director: Elias Carmo Copywriter: Leandro Leal Agency Producer: Diogo Piccinino Photographer: Ivan Berger Account manager: Fátima Pastorello Account manager: Giovanna Tucci

Friday, September 7, 2012

umbigo magazine

umbigo magazine 
freaky love triangle 


At first glance, James Marshall appears to be an average 38-year-old man with children, a wife and a mortgage, but deep inside Marshall rests a creative giant that brings mediums to life. Marshall uses the moniker Dalek, a moniker that he once used as a graffiti writer.

Thursday, September 6, 2012


Papercut Magazine Steampunk Shoot
Mother of London
model: Cherish Waters
make up: Melanie Manson
hair: Manuel Benevides
styling: Max Foreman and Molly Lauren Zanit
Furniture +props by Mark Silka
shot on a Hasselblad H4D

Fluid Controls: Escape

Escape from the pressure with valves Fluid Controls. Advertising Agency: Finart Publicidade, Vitória, Brazil Creative Director: Bruno Hilel Art Directors: Bruno Hilel, Gustav Augustin Copywriter: Amanda Paes Planner: Fernando Tedesco Image processing: Thiago Christo

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

No More Mr. Nice Girl | Wonderful Machine Blog

Wonderful Machine Blog: Caesar Lima | No More Mr. Nice Girl

T-Mobile recently decided it was time to give their brand, along with their well-known mascot Carly Foulkes, a refresh. The company wanted customers to “take a second look” at the brand and decided to add some edge to their new campaign. To do so, they called in Publicis Seattle who in turn, brought in photographer Caesar Lima to help bring their vision to life. Caesar—who describes his photography style as unique and dramatic—was the perfect shooter to bring out more of Carly’s edge. So, after some back and forth and some help from Wonderful Machine producer Craig Oppenheimer, Caesar and Publicis came to a deal. Soon after the estimates were approved, everyone got to work helping Carly ditch the good girl pink dresses in favor of a jet-black Ducati. The new slogan?

No More Mr. Nice Girl. No More Mr. Nice Girl
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new Campari campaign

Keep your Campari at hand, don't get caught with your vanguard down. Advertising Agency: TBWA\Buenos Aires, Argentina Executive Creative Directors: Juan Cruz Bazterrica, Guillermo Castañeda Creative Director: Roberto Leston Art Director: Jorge Martinez Copywriter: Jorge Muñoz Agency Producer: Sergio Palermo Illustrators: Christian Montenegro, Pablo Bisoglio Typographer: Pogo Account Executive: Martina Ivancevic

UIC: Bowl

Oil lifts easy Advertising Agency: Grey, Singapore Chief Creative Officer: Ali Shabaz Executive Creative Director: Ali Shabaz Creative Director: Joseph Cheong, Ang Sheng Jin Copywriter: Joseph Cheong Art Directors: Ang Sheng Jin, Alex Tan Producer: Bobby Koh Photographer: Jeremy Wong / Nemesis Pictures Account Supervisor: Michelle Lee Advertiser's Supervisor: Lim Pei Wen Retouchers: Gillianne Chen, Evan Lim / Magic Cube

Exit Man

Artworks by Exit Man Exit Man is an illustrator and digital artist from France. We made sure today to handpick the best from his crazy colorful artwork collection. You may look forward to see quality stuff only … as usual. All of these artworks are available for purchase. more+

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

ABSOLUT Vodka Launches 4 Million One-Of-A-Kind Bottles

Once again, setting the bar high for its limited-edition bottles—for its design project called ‘ABSOLUT Unique’, Swedish vodka brand ABSOLUT Vodka will be distributing 4 million bottles across the globe, each featuring a unique design. To make it happen, the brand had to completely re-engineer the company’s production plant in Sweden to create the limited-edition bottles. The process involved “carefully orchestrated randomness”, setting up splash guns and color-generating machines specifically programmed to generate complex coating, pattern and placement algorithms—the executives told Ad Age—so that no two bottles are alike, like snowflakes. via

Musikaliska Concert Hall: Marianne

Let the French music conquer you this fall. Advertising Agency: A Perfect World, Stockholm, Sweden Creative Director: Pia Högberg Art Directors: Johan Gustafsson, Peder Anzén Copywriter: Åsa Österlund Photographer: RBLS

Palmolive Sta-Soft: Queen

Love your clothes. Advertising Agency: Y&R, Johannesburg, South Africa Chief Creative Officer: Michael Blore Executive Creative Director: Liam Wielopolski Creative Director: Ian Franks Art Director: Grant Seller, Bruce Murphy Photographer: Michael Meyersfeld Art Buyer: Katherine Legg Account Manager: Paola Masullo

Ana Derme Cosmetics

Not all species enjoy spots Advertising Agency: Pro>Target, Novo Hamburgo, Brazil Creative Director: Gilberto Jacobus Basualdo Art Director: Gilberto Jacobus Basualdo Copywriter: Ricardo Piagetti Müller Illustrator: Diego Cunha / StudioMe Photographer: André Hilgert / StudioMe Additional credits: Rafaela Spilimbergo, Mariana Bier, Thaís König, Antonio de Luccia

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Big Hair shoot

photo by Caesar Lima
hair by Daven Mayeda
make up by Leibi Carias
model: Michelle Arenal


Dave Kinsey was born in Pittsburgh in 1971 and attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the Art Institute of Atlanta before moving to California in 1994 to pursue a career as a designer and fine artist. His work captures the universal essence of the human condition mainly through an energetic portrayal of urban figures. Working spontaneously, and utilizing a range of mediums, he constructs multi-layered, textured environments easily likened to the complexities of contemporary life. His portraits depict beings who are both triumphant in their defiant stance to their surroundings, and tragic, as they transmit a visual display of raw emotion and jangled nerves. The style and substance of his body of work originates in street art, and in keeping with his goal “to expose as many people to art as possible and to honor the power art has when it’s created and accepted”, Kinsey founded BLK/MRKT Gallery in 2001, allowing him to provide a crossroads for a new movement of young and electrifying iconoclasts. In addition to these pursuits his fine art has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide, among these a recent exhibition at the URBIS Museum in Manchester and Art Brussels in Belgium. He has also been featured in such publications as The New York Times, Black Book and BLK/MRKT One and Two, and invited to speak at numerous institutions such as The Art Center College of Design, UCLA, Montserrat College of Art and most recently, the Semi-Permanent conference in Sydney, Australia.

Panasonic Baby Monitor: Eye

Baby wake up call. Panasonic Baby Monitor.
Panasonic Baby Monitor: Eye

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Copywriter: Lucas Antunes
Art Director: Daniel Corrêa