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The Iron Lung

It was 3am and my mind was saying WTF but my body was saying BRING… IT… ON…

My love for running took me to Australia for the Blackmores Sydney Marathon. The start line was in Bradfield Park, at the northern end of Sydney Harbour Bridge. It was a sight to behold. Shrouded in the morning mist at first light, its skeletal structure started to show as the sun warmed its steels; while we shed our layers in preparation for the start gun. At 7am, the trigger was pulled and our pacemakers guided us out of the park and on to the bridge, through the forest of metal and out at the southern end into the unknown!
 

Electric Love

ELECTRIC LOVE
charge your HEART withe electric SMART
photo story about ELECTRIC LOVE with the SMART EQ Photography : Erhardt Szakacs Client : Smart Worldwide
Agency : Pin1248
Project : Smart EQ
Location : Wiesbaden​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
 

ARME RITTER

A FOOD EDITORIAL WITH AN OLD AND NEARLY FORGOTTEN GERMAN RECIPE CALLED „ARME RITTER“. WE ARRANGED AND CAPTURED IT IN A COSY SCANDINAVIAN WINTER STYLE.
 

ANDREA DE SANTIS // ELIZABETH ARDEN KAMPAGNE

​Unser international gefragte Illustrator Andrea de Santis inszenierte in Kollaboration mit der Wiener Werbeagentur Merlicek & Partner den globalen Auftritt des Kosmetiklabels Elizabeth Arden. Andrea gestaltete Reiseimpressionen, die Erinnerungen an einzelne Länder und Orte wecken. Für die aktuelle Sense-of-Place Kampagne erhält jede Metropole ihr eigenes Key Visual, in dem die individuellen Kulturen und besonderen Sehenswürdigkeiten festgehalten werden. Andrea de Santis verwandelt dabei jede Destination in ein Beauty Case, das in den landestypischen Farben, ikonische Elemente und Landschaften beinhaltet. Außerdem verkörpert in jedem Koffer eine junge Frau den lokalen Look. Die Motive befinden sich an 23 Flughäfen weltweit in den Duty-Free-Shops. Der Reisende soll so beim Erwerb eines Elizabeth Arden Produktes am Flughafen noch lange an die Bilder, Gefühle und Erlebnisse der jeweiligen Stadt erinnert werden.

 

UPDATE-19-BERLIN is looking forward to a very special PORTFOLIO VIEWING by WIEDEN & KENNEDY Amsterdam

Wieden & Kennedy is - as many other international top art producers - attending UPDATE-19-BERLIN. And more than that - we are very happy to announce the very special portfolio viewing by WIEDEN & KENNEDY at UPDATE-19-BERLIN. UPDATE is the longest running industry event of its kind connecting creative agencies and their clients in the real world. As part of the GoSee family we reach out to around 150,000 readers; certainly the most exquisite audience in the industry. We are looking forward to creavite visitors such as Mother, Adam&Eve, Serviceplan, thjnk, Sid Lee, LeagasDelaney, Neverest, KNSK, Grey, Ogilvy&Mather, DraftFCB, TribalDDB, Publicis, Saatchi & Saatchi, Heimat, BBDO, .... and as an attentive GoSee follower you know that we know. We hope to see you. For exhibitor info send us an email to : update@update.salon.
 

MITSUBISHI MOTORS ECLIPSE CROSS

A CITY TRIP THROUGH HAMBURG/ GERMANY WITH THE NEW LAUNCH OF MITSUBISHI MOTORS.
 

ILLUSTRATIONS INSPIRED BY TRAVEL / BEACHLIFE ON PHU QUOC ISLAND, VIETNAM

On a day on one of the beautiful beaches of phu quoc, the tropical island of Vietnam, I watched the beach life of 3 generations.
Kids were playing in the shallow waters, a group of grannies was chatting and laughing dabbling in the warm waves. Two young women, on the other hand, have not even set foot in the water and paid little attention to the beauty of nature. Their focus was on perfect styling and getting the perfect selfie.
I wondered if we have to get older to get back to playing and laughing, simply enjoying ourselves right here right now?
 

Kura — The Surviving Storehouses of Kawagoe

The kura is a traditional Japanese storehouse and a distinctive feature of residential architecture throughout Japan. It is built from timber, stone or clay, and served for the storage and protection of valuables, including rice, gunpowder, artwork, kimonos, family heirlooms, religious items and cultural treasures. The city of Kawagoe, a once important trading outpost to the ancient capital of Edo (present-day Tokyo), has one of the most extensive collections of kura. They date back to the 18th century and have been constructed in a style called kurazukuri; depicted by the jabara doors and windows, onigawara roofs and thick earthen walls. The kura that survived past disasters have been preserved and many are now being converted into homes, offices, restaurants and shops.