The “Abused Goddesses” campaign calls attention to the ongoing crisis of domestic violence and sexual assault against women in India.
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Claudia Goetzelmann is an integrated-media photographer and director of photography who has gained international recognition for her work in the realms of Fashion and Advertising.
These award-winning ads are for FF, an English language school in Brazil. The campaign was produced by São Paulo-based agency dim&canzian and features striking illustrations by Sattu.
Daniel Power is the Founder/CEO of powerHouse Books, a world-renowned publisher acclaimed for its diverse publishing program. He is also the Director and Co-Founder of the New York Photo Festival, an annual event dedicated to the “Future of Contemporary Photography.”
Hilarious ads for organic food store Biopark, by Slovakian agency JANDL.
Print ads for Conservation International by advertising agency Africa, São Paulo, Brazil. Featuring the work of artist Paige Thompson.
Zombie/severed head bowling balls created by advertising agency Jung Von Matt in conjunction with spraypaint artist Oliver Paaß, as part of a marketing campaign for 13th Street, a German sci-fi/horror cable channel.
Brazilian shoe brand Melissa recently employed 350,000 colored Post-It notes as “pixels” for a video that took 25 animators five months to create.
Rick Mereki, Andrew Lees and Tim White took a six-week journey all around the world, taking footage in each location and stitching it together into a trio of one-minute clips, each with a certain theme– MOVE, LEARN, EAT. The films were commissioned by STA Travel Australia, with original music by Kelsey James.
Reality Sandwich recently featured a compelling interview with William Etundi, who rose to prominence in the early 2000’s as an NYC-based social activist and party promoter. Etundi now serves as creative director of Artists Wanted, an organization devoted to creating opportunities for artists all around the world.
I recently met a gent from the creative talent agency Dutch Uncle, who showed me some examples from his team’s impressive portfolio. One of my favorite artists featured was Japanese illustrator Tadaomi Shibuya.
Augmented reality has been a buzzword for quite a while now, and yet it wasn’t until a few weeks ago that an ad campaign appeared that used it for seemingly obvious means—using virtual babes to market to men (duh).