In celebration of their near 20 year artistic history together, Droga5 commissioned Danny Clinch to shoot Nas for the latest Hennessy campaign. One moment captured on stage has since become a 174′ x 54′ billboard, a new staple in the Times Square ad-scape. We interviewed Art Director, Alex Nowak to find out more about the campaign and his ...
Danny Clinch, Time Inc. Studios, and Advil came together to support and honor everyday heroes for the Relief in Action campaign. Danny had the opportunity to tell the stories of these inspirational individuals through the stills and videos below. Use #ReliefInAction on Instagram and Twitter to share your own stories of volunteerism.
With their imaginations combined, James Day and the creative team at Ogilvy produced this ingenious campaign for Hot Wheels. James has been awarded 1st place for this series in the Advertising-Product category of the International Photography Awards.
Marcel Christ directed this TV spot for de BijenKorf in cooperation with Selmore, an Amsterdam-based creative agency. Marcel’s meticulous eye for detail comes through in this commercial with his use of fine powders, thick liquids, and delicate materials.
We give James Day an adventure rating of 10/10 for this Land Rover Campaign he shot in collaboration with Y&R Dubai. Each still life features an exotic specialty dish from around the world, intended to make you question your own spirit of adventure.
Laziz Hamani recently shot these still lifes for the distinguished luxury watch brand, Roger Dubuis. The work can be seen in Roger Dubuis stores and were showcased at the SIHH in Geneva last January.
Sacha Waldman and Cheil Worldwide worked together on this campaign sponsored by Samsung for Orange Africa Cup of Nations- a soccer championship organized by the Confederation of African Football.
Danny Clinch and the team at Arnold Boston collaborated on this brand spankin’ new spot for Jack Daniel’s Legend campaign. A compilation of historic rock ‘n roll moments celebrating Jack Daniel’s 147 years on tour, Danny captured the bottle using a Bolex camera paired with 16mm black & white film. Classic.
Sacha Waldman joined forces with Draft FCB South Africa for Coca-Cola’s Share Your Smile Today campaign. Flirty and vibrant, these ads are the perfect prelude to Spring/Summer 2013.
New work by Sacha Waldman for Nike’s Make It Count campaign featuring some of Africa’s star football players.
Each time Danny Clinch and John Varvatos collaborate on a campaign, they pull together the worlds of rock music and men’s fashion in perfect harmony. For the Spring/Summer 2013 collection, Jimmy Page and Gary Clark Jr. joined the lineage of evolved musicians to endorse the John Varvatos lifestyle.
Publicis Milan called on Amsterdam-based photographer, Marcel Christ, to shoot the Open Your World campaign for Heineken. A global campaign, it will be seen in over 140 countries and is Marcel’s most expansive advertising assignment to date. The intricate detail in each splash paired with a rich color palette induces thirst at first sight.
Markus Wendler recently worked with Saatchi & Saatchi LA to create the brochure and web images for the new Toyota Avalon. In the studio by day and on location by night, Markus and his team placed the Avalon he photographed on set in to the LA nightscapes he shot in post-production.
Typographer extraordinaire, Sean Freeman joined forces with 180 Amsterdam to create this series for the PlayStation Network. Each image is the intro for a GRTV trailer on PSN’s Gamereactor site.
Marcel Christ teamed up with Saatchi & Saatchi South Africa to shoot the new Guinness ‘Made of More’ campaign. The work is a beautiful demonstration Marcel’s expertise when it comes to handling liquids, giving each product shot an added splash.
A big, whopping congratulations to Brosmind on their D&AD accolade! Juan and Alejandro were awarded in the Illustration/Advertising category for the print ad’s they collaborated on with BBDO NY for Gilette’s ‘What’s in a Beard’ campaign. Each image is a dramatized exploration of what happens to a man’s identity when he grows out his beard.
James Day shot these exquisite still lifes for UK-based department store, John Lewis. He was provided with four objects to photograph, otherwise he had complete creative control. James says, “I wanted to try and push the images into slightly new territory but keep them within my visual aesthetic. I was very pleased with the result and ...
Graphic Therapy recently designed this series of silkscreen posters for Krakauer: The Big Picture Project. The first performance was on January 12th at Le Poison Rouge on Bleecker St for the Winter Jazz Fest. In addition to the posters, Graphic Therapy created a 45 minute projected motion piece that accompanies the musical performance.