One man. One job. But in the desert, nothing is simple. Presenting Desire, created in collaboration with Ridley Scott Associates – starring Golden Globe winner Damian Lewis, Shannyn Sossamon, Jordi Mollà, and featuring music by BRIT award winner Lana Del Rey.
Created by The Brooklyn Brothers and RSA Films
Directed by Adam Smith
Filmed at the Atacama desert in Chile
Featuring the music of Lana Del Rey
Photographer Christian Åslund played around on the streets of Hong Kong and the result is this fantastic series of photographs called “Honkey Kong.” Åslund, who shot the series as part of an advertising campaign for shoe brand Jim Rickey, said that the series is a “tribute to classic 2D platform games.
“For this lecture poster for the AIGA Detroit we tried to visualize the pain that seems to accompany most of our design projects. Our intern Martin cut all the type into my skin. Yes, it did hurt real bad. ” – Seigmeister & Walsh
German automotive company Volskwagen has released this ad earlier this week of a guy walking into a store with a ski mask on. The ad even features the Trololo song in the background. The ad was put together by Deustch, a company known for putting together some of the best viral ads including many Super Bowl commercials. Check out the ad below:
Director of Photography: Carl Kleiner; Editing and Animation: Eric Severin; Styling: Evelina Bratell; Art Direction: Samuel Åkesson (Forsman & Bodenfors); Illustration: Annika Frankell (Forsman & Bodenfors); Producer: Kalle Wettre; Sound: Daniel Låftman
Helios Marmelade, S,c,p,f Madrid. Art Direction: E. Ergur, J. Orallo, M. Colonna 2012
Ryan McGinley – Sisters Moonrise, 2012
Renowned New York adman George Lois created the initial advertising campaign in 1985 to raise awareness of designer Tommy Hilfiger. Then young totally unknown designer became instantly famous after George Lois challenged the readers with a daring claim with just one outrageous ad. Who the hell is T____ H______? The word spread like lightning, Lois then positioned Hilfiger as a leader of the third wave of designers. “First there was Geoffrey Beene, Bill Blass and Stanley Blacker… Then Calvin Klein, Perry Ellis and Ralph Lauren and today it’s Tommy. In an article in Vanity Fair, Tommy Hilfiger exclaimed, “If I hadn’t listened to George Lois in 1985, I’d probably be poor today.”