Watch: Dolce&Gabbana The One: “Street of Dreams” Directed by Martin Scorsese
Scorsese’s campaign tells a tale of timeless glamour through its two protagonists, Matthew McConaughey and Scarlett Johansson. United for the first time in a Dolce&Gabbana Fragrance campaign, their intensity is unmistakable as they come together on the streets of New York.
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Personal project about self shots.
Photography by Konrad Sieroń. Konrad Sieroń is a young generation advertising photographer from Poland.
Western Jack: Our close-knit team works as one established mechanism to create a quality product. The team was formed in January 2012 after Dmitry Glazyrin return from Platinum FMD. The initial members CGI specialists are Dmitry Glazyrin, Stanislav Ivanov and talented photographer Roman Shahtin.
Every day New York City produces 11,000 tons of waste. To solve this problem the office of Mayor Michael Bloomberg is launching a new advertising campaign called “recycle everything” to encourage New Yorkers to recycle any type of food, even organic.
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Based in Ontario, photographer Dorota Pankowska decided to embark on a project to help a few famous brands ‘advertise for free’.
Entitled ‘Pro Bono Promo’, her cheeky street art series features the logos of these famous brands made using their main product as “free samples”, on the random walls of Brampton.
The logo of Cheez Whiz made using its Cheez Whiz; Heinz, ketchup; Nutella, Nutella spread; Skippy, peanut butter; and so on.
Some of these logos didn’t last long—whether or not they were ‘sampled’ remains unknown—while others are still left to deteriorate