Filed under: Advertising, Film | Tags: Advertising, Greenpeace, Rebel Manifesto, VW
Greenpeace have used the creative force to produce a spoof of VW’s award winning ‘The Force’ ad to rebel against their poor environmental record. Episode II of the story is revealed to those who sign Greenpeace’s online ‘Rebel Manifesto’. Darth Vadar…who’s the daddy now?
The original VW ad created by Deutsch:
These stark landscape shots are by Budapest-based amateur photographer, Akos Major. His long exposures of barren mountains, still lakes, and misty forests look so serene with their minimal compositions and hushed palette. And yet, the feeling of isolation Major captures in his photography is haunting.
I’m loving the striking art direction on the Celcom Broadband print campaign by M&C Saatchi, Malaysia
Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin remixes photographs of drab urban high rises and office blocks to create these thought-provoking images of fictional architecture.
I saw this compelling installation by Barry McGee (aka Twist) at SFMOMA while I was in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago. Born and raised in SF, McGee has been a significant figure in bringing street art into mainstream galleries. His mixture of graffiti, colourful geometric graphics, and photography are displayed together in a distinctive style he adopted following a trip to Brazil, where he was inspired by a similar arrangements of artworks in churches.
You can check out my SF photo set on Flickr.
Austrian graphic designer and self-confessed TV fan Albert Exergian has created a series of strikingly minimal posters with a humorous take on popular TV shows. Their iconic design has been such a hit that online gallery Blanka are turning the full collection into A1 Giclee Prints.