Friday, December 19, 2014
For self-portraits. Not selfies.
The NX mini with a 3-inch flip-up display and interchangeable wide-aperture lens.
Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Switzerland, Zürich, Switzerland
Creative Director: Axel Eckstein
Art Directors: Johannes Dörig, Pedro Moosmann
Copywriter: Fabian Windhager P
hotographer: Fredrik Ödman
Additional credits: Hobby Film
Published: December 2014
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
During my recent trip to Brazil, I had the pleasure to work with Sandro Borges, Ozi Oliveira, Rinaldo De Lima E Silva, Felipe Silva and Mariana Lima. This was the first shoot of Colorblind. Here is the behind the scenes. https://vimeo.com/114734513
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Cubs by Oleg Douryagin
Moscow based illustrator and artist Oleg Dou (Oleg Douryagin) recently exhibiting at Senda Gallery, Barcelona. In his latest series “Cubs” he shares the intimate moments from a childhood when he had to take a part at kid carnival parties fitting the costumes of animals facing with embarrassment and discomfort.
Heiko Müller (b. 1968 in Hamburg, Germany) has a diploma in illustration and design from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and is co-owner of a small media design agency. His art has been treading on various grounds in the past – such as illustration and digital compositions – and it is only recently that he returned to painting and drawing, currently exploring the borderlines between rural folk art, B-movie aesthetics and the Flemish masters. Outside his native country his paintings and drawings have been shown in Estonia, New York, Paris, Basel, Seattle and Los Angeles. He lives in Hamburg with his wife and his two sons.
Monday, December 15, 2014
Brief Explanation: Designed with a purpose for everyday use, these eraser/usbs are meant to serve as a constant reminder of Alzheimer’s New Zealand’s importance, as well as help New Zealanders realise how important our memories are, and how difficult life can be for those living with this disease.
Brief from the client: Design a memorable piece of communication that raises awareness of the disease’s early warning signs, like memory loss, as well as reminding everyday New Zealanders of the importance of Alzheimers New Zealand.
Final design: Actual working erasers were hollowed out and fitted with USB memory sticks. The message displayed on the top is: ‘Alzheimer’s erasers your memories. Save them.’ On the reverse side was the Alzheimer’s New Zealand logo and website. The place you can turn for more information and support. alzheimers.co.nz.
Indication of how successful the outcome was in the market: Alzheimer’s New Zealand distributed these eraser/usbs amongst the public, sent them to various local organisations, as well as distributed them to local politicians, with a letter, in an attempt to raise awareness of the charity. They have received positive feedback and they’ll hopefully continue to leave people with some sort of understanding of what people with Alzheimer’s go through everyday, and where they could turn for more information and support.
Advertising Agency: Colenso BBDO, Auckland, New Zealand
Executive Creative Director: Nick Worthington
Art Director/Copywriter/Designer: Lisa Fedyszyn
Copywriter/Art Director: Jonathan McMahon
Account Manager: Stefanie Robertson
Planner: Hayley Pardoe
Agency Producer: Phil Newman
Designer: Phila Lagaluga