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Vanessa Bruno: LOV

In Uncategorized on November 17, 2012 by argentinan1

Vanessa Bruno: LOV

Even though it can be incomprehensibly hot outside and everybody’s a little confused and sweaty, there’s always room for a pleasant autumn/winter collection video from a manner house with lavish taste and a large budget. Designer Vanessa Bruno loves to have a brief film made to go with her collections, and she or he hired director Stephanie Di Gusto to create a horny and slightly creepy film starring Kate Bosworth. So, in case you’re into megababes larking about on horses wearing great clothes (and quite frankly who isn’t?), watch away.

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InkValley-London: Visual Editions at Vitsoe

In Uncategorized on November 16, 2012 by argentinan1

InkValley-London: Visual Editions at Vitsoe

Visual Editions has been pushing the bounds of ways books might be presented for many years now, toying with our expectations in delightfully unexpected ways, but their new installation at Vitsoe’s London store is likely to be their most daring yet. InkValley-London have taken their first three titles and displayed them in incredibly dramatic ways, creating the effect of a literary whirlwind against the backdrop of Dieter Rams’ brooding shelves. It’s been described as “a singular opportunity to look great-looking stories come to life on great-looking shelves” and we are able to’t put it any better than that.

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Paul Samples

In Uncategorized on November 13, 2012 by argentinan1

Paul Samples

Paul is a last year graphic design student on the University of North Texas. He likes some pretty cool things but more importantly boasts a sexy great portfolio featuring an entire heap of design work worthy of popularity, including a considerable and carefully convincing mock branding project for the Dali Museum in Florida; celebrating both the eccentric personality of the artist in addition to the newly opened building designed by HOK ( free museum entry tomorrow if it’s your birthday).

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This Is It: Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared

In Uncategorized on November 12, 2012 by argentinan1

This Is It: Dont Hug Me Im Scared

An apt title for a seriously weird little bit of moving image – the most recent from London’s superb It is It Collective. One part children’s TV programme, one part ironic spoof and some parts weird dark undertones, but regardless these guys could make a slick, well-thought-out and engaging production. I’m unsure i need to grasp any further…

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New Cadbury’s ad and more nice work

In Uncategorized on November 11, 2012 by argentinan1

Cadbury’s has released the most recent spot in its Glass and a Half Full Productions film series for Dairy Milk. The brand new ad sees various items of clothing in a charity shop burst right into a choreographed piece of dance once the store has closed. The industrial, by Fallon London, is determined to Jermaine Stewart’s 80s hit You do not have To Take Your Clothes Off, and be warned, in case you watch this, you could have this song to your head all afternoon… Exec creative director: Augusto Sola; Creative: Sam Hibbard; Director: Megaforce; Prod co: Riff Raff Films.

New Cadburys ad and more nice work

Also from Fallon is an artistic new campaign for Skoda. Skoda Puzzle is a part of the automobile brand’s sponsorship people crime drama on Channel 5, and links the television idents that seem at the start and end of every ad break to a web trail find the placement of a hidden virtual Skoda Fabia vRS car. Participants are encouraged to follow the path until the overall week of the campaign in early July, picking up clues each week. Because the weeks pass, the answers to the ident clues will bring the participants closer and toward the precise location of the virtual car, which they’ll have a possibility to win. Players can watch the television idents and answer the questions at Skoda’s YouTube channel at skodapuzzle.com. Creative director: Augusto Sola; Creatives: Peter Gatley, Richard Hale; Head of digital & integration: Matt Groves; Director: Justin Stokes; Prod co: HLA.

This new ad for Volkswagen Australia from DDB Sydney emphasises the significance of excitement before business. ECD: Dylan Harrison; Creative director: Steve Wakelam; Creatives: Adam Ledbury, Karen Ferry; Director: Steve Ayson; Prod co: The Sweet Shop.

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners has created this animated spot for the French AIDES campaign. It stars Willy the Tourist, who aims to encourage viewers to always use protection during any sexual adventures they’ve got when travelling. ECD: Erik Vervroegen; Creatives: Antonio Marcato, Raphael Milczarek, Will Elliott; Director: Luciana Jordao; Prod co: Seagulls Fly.

New Cadburys ad and more nice work

New Cadburys ad and more nice work

Hayfever season has arrived inside the UK, and this new, somewhat sinister, print and poster campaign for Benadryl from JWT London aims to emphasize the threat that allergies cause sufferers. The ads feature masks created by Steve Whinnery – two are shown above. ECD: Russell Ramsey; Creative director: Dominick Lynch-Robinson; Creatives: Adam Scholes, Hugh Todd. Photographer: Graeme Stuart.

New Cadburys ad and more nice work

New Cadburys ad and more nice work

This lovely new print work for Honda is from Wieden + Kennedy in London. Section of the facility of Dreams series, the ads aim to recognise the auto brand’s constant look for new, surprising and unexpected ideas. Creative directors: Chris Groom, Sam Heath: Creatives: Sean Murphy, Sophie Bodoh.

We end this week’s round-up with this intriguing short film that the Barbarian Group in The big apple has created as portion of an ongoing campaign – the GE Show – for General Electric within the US. The film illustrates the flexibility of the sun’s energy by making a 360 degree portrait of a miniature sun. BG’s blog tells us the way it was done, here.

 

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James Jarvis

In Uncategorized on November 9, 2012 by argentinan1

James Jarvis

A RCA graduate via Brighton University, Jarvis is the graphic artist credited with “unwittingly helping start the ‘designer’ toy phenomenon.” His Miniature Plastic Workshop is running at KK Outlet right this moment, so we thought in honour of the occasion we’d invite the Amos co-founder to guest post all this week. After a pair emails regarding his posts, he also provided us with a small disclaimer…

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5 Rules for an artistic Culture

In Uncategorized on November 7, 2012 by argentinan1

by Ben Chestnut, Founding father of Mailchimp

1. Avoid rules. Avoid order. Don’t just embrace chaos, but create a bit of it. Constant change, from the head-down, keeps people nimble and versatile (and shows that you really want constant change).

2. Give yourself and your team permission to be creative. Permission to aim something new, permission to fail, permission to embarrass yourself, permission to have crazy ideas.

3. Hire weird people. Not only the tattoo’d and pierced-in-strange-places kind, but people from outside your industry who would approach problems in several ways than you and your normal competitors.

4. Meetings are a obligatory evil, but you’ll avoid the conference room and meet people within the halls, the water cooler, or their desks. Make meetings less about delegation and task management and more about cross-pollination of ideas (especially the unusual ideas). This can be a lot harder than centralized, top-down meetings. But that is your job — address it.

5. Structure your organization to be flexible. Creativity is usually spontaneous, so the entire company must be capable of pivot quickly and execute on them (see #1)

(via FastCompany )

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