Paul Aresu (represented by Tim Mitchell Artist Representative) teamed up with Klay Thompson, an NBA player for Golden State Warriors, for a BUILT WITH CHOCOLATE MILK campaign.
Michael Crichton created imagery that showcases decorative accessory pieces that were recently featured in Global Style Advisor, a bi-annual guide to fashion, beauty, design, travel and much more.
Michael Crichton was recently commissioned by Bite Beauty, a lip product company owned by Sephora, to showcase their new cosmetics line.
Michael works together with his creative partner, Leigh MacMillan, to create dynamic, graphic and surreal still life that transforms ordinary everyday items into the unexpected.
Illy is an international coffee brand that is sold in 140 countries around the world. For more than eighty years, illy has operated with a mission of providing the “best coffee nature can provide, enhanced by the best available technologies.”
In order to celebrate their long-standing tradition, their success, and the concept of their “dream”, illy paired up with Saatchi & Saatchi to create a new advertising campaign called #illyDreamers.
Enriched from generation to generation, changing but remaining faithful to its origins, today the dream of illy has triggered another push towards excellence, celebrated with a communication campaign that revolves around the brand and involves the entire world.
#illyDreamers recounts exactly this dream, which is shared and participated in by all the people that regularly contribute to making it come true: from Andrea Illy to the farmers that select and harvest the beans with passion and dedication, to the artists that have collaborated with the company for years, to the baristas that pay attention to the smallest details to offer the client a superb cup of coffee. – Communicaffe
illy commissioned Andric to shoot the project, renowned for his expertise at executing complex campaigns and coming away with seamless, conceptual imagery.
Andric and his team traveled to Italy, Spain and Brazil to capture the final campaign images which will leave you daydreaming about your next cup of Joe.
Check them out below:
Robert Wilson, one of Europe’s preeminent portrait photographers, was hired to photograph Samuel L Jackson, actor and a supporter of the male cancer awareness group “One For the Boys,” for their new campaign. According to “One For the Boys,” more women get cancer than men, but more men die from cancer. Aiming to lower these numbers, they focus on education, awareness campaigns, care, research and treatment. Shot in London for The Black Arts Company with Art Director Rich Ward.
-Browse through Robert’s beautiful AtEdge Portfolio here.
The campaign highlights the cutting-edge research being done at UC schools including the development of an exoskeleton, developed by professor Homayoon Kazerooni and his team at UC Berkeley, that enables paraplegics to walk.
Andric was hired by Aimia and Montreal’s Cossette Agency to shoot a national ad campaign to promote Aeroplan, Aimia’s travel and loyalty reward program. The complex assignment titled “And You’re There…” was developed in tandem with a TV commercial concept and entailed seven “grand” location images with extensive CGI integration that worked across multiple mediums and a total of 160 formats. Final destinations included the Canadian Rockies, the California redwoods, San Francisco, Death Valley, Nevada’s Valley of Fire, Arizona’s Lake Powell, and an Oregon beach.
CD: Louis-Hugo Marchand
AD: Myriam Turenne
AB: Monique Boisvert
Production planner/associate producer/assistant/scout: Raymond Graber
Producer California: Will Taylor
Producer Toronto: Aarin MacKay
CGI: ADDITIVE Studios in London
George Logan is widely renowned for his highly conceptual and humorous images, often featuring animals in human settings and environments. For this personal project, George turned this idea on its head and photographed people in the animal’s environment in a “retro safari” on location in East Africa.
“This project was inspired by seeing early footage of pioneers in Africa. The humor aims to reflect the naivety of those early travelers,” added George.