3M Noise Cancelling Headphones Campaign
BY Cyril Foiret / Jun 12 11 @ 11:10 AM
That’s what I love about advertising, how a very simple idea, beautifully executed can give a such a great campaign. Made by Grey Brazil, here is the ad campaign for 3M Noise Cancelling Headphones. Watch also the video below.
· ADVERTISING ,FOOD ·Magimix Blender Ads
BY Cyril Foiret / May 29 11 @ 11:08 AM
“Only the Exceptional Last” is the slogan for these great print ads made by the creatives of Young&Rubicam Tel Aviv for blender brand Magimix. Recreating famous art masterpieces with fruit and vegetables – cool concept. Also see this similar project.
· ADVERTISING ,PHOTOGRAPHY ·How Life Feels To Butterfly Kids Campaign
BY Ani Tzenkova / May 25 11 @ 11:25 AM
It is very rare for us to encounter such powerful imagery associated with a cause. Photo production house Staudinger + Franke created this campaign for “Butterfly Kids”, an association dedicated to researching and helping children with a very rare skin disease formally known as
· ADVERTISING ·Barcelona City Council Print Campaign
BY Cyril Foiret / May 21 11 @ 10:02 AM
Another amazing visual campaign shot by one of Trendland’s favorite photographer’s, Paco Peregrin. The Barcelona City Council Outdoor print and newspaper campaign was designed by Spanish Ad agency *S,C,P,F… and art directed by Conor Cronin, Gaizka Sampedro and Màrius Zorrilla.
Indepensense by Giuseppe Mastromatteo
BY Cyril Foiret / May 03 11 @ 10:01 AM
The latest work of Italian art director Giuseppe Mastromatteo reminds quite a bit of the work of Nicole Tran ba vang. This “Indepensense” portrait series bring poetic Surrealism back to life. Emmanuel Fremin Gallery has announced the upcoming exhibition at the Art Fair New York in May 2011. This series could be collages, but take […]
Jil Sander S/S 2011 Accessory Campaign
BY Ani Tzenkova / Mar 14 11 @ 9:29 AM
Check out the beautiful S/S 2011 ad campaign for Jil Sander accessories photographed by Willy Vanderperre. At first glance these images look more like paintings than photographs. I love how Vanderperre chose to overexpose the face in some of the images, making it more about the colors, patterns and accessories featured than the model.