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The japanese company airline ANA Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner has a totally revamped the colors of the famous R2D2 from the Star Wars saga. The design of the aircraft remains the same but acquires a blue graphics simulating the mechanical robot.
The duo directors Simon & McBess created a animated tv spot for Ray Ban sunglasses on the baseline “Never Hide”, launched in recent years by the trademark. We can see an office employee who quits everything after wearing these new shades that give him a rock n’ roll and free spirit. A production Passion Paris.
The new Apple watch will soon to be released and more information will be announce on March 9 during a new Keynote. Meanwhile, the brand has already begun to communicate their product and offered a series of advertisements in the latest issue of US Vogue.
In January 23, 2015, a polar bear visited the London Underground. It was an event-campaign to mark the launch of Fortitude, the new Sky Atlantic drama starring Michael Gambon, Stanley Tucci and Christopher Ecclestone. These photos, taken by photographer David Parry on behalf of PA Wire.
Japanese brand Aijinomoto General Foods has created an animation entitled “Latte Motion” to promote this drink flavor latte, Maxim Stick. The animation is composed of 1,000 cups of coffee each with a unique design and recounts, through a stop-motion, the love story of a couple, to conclude subtly “Latte warms the world.”
Based in Buenos Aires, the artistic director Alexander Tissier has created a series of prints for the new “Fiction Meets Fiction” LEGO campaign. From portmanteau words, he combined for each post two characters from pop culture, this gives: Batkid, Bond and Spider Homerine.
Carried out by the Mexican graphic designer Ricardo Mondragon, wink for “FIFA World Cup 2014,” a very nice set of poster in tribute to the World Cup and the greatest football players.
Photographer Joseph Ford (represented by Taffeta) recently completed a beautiful countryside of photographs for Pepe Jeans London. Completely taken in London, photos were made in the form of diptychs creating connections between the city and the jeans in the association of images.