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Released: August 2009
Brand name: Downy Ultra
Agency: Wing New York
Category: Household maintenance & pet products
Advertising Agency: Wing, New York, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Gustavo Asman
Associate Creative Director: John Castrillón
Producer: Nadina Steimberg
Account Director: Ana Franco
Account Executive: Verónica Paz
Head of Strategy: Lee Maicon
Associate Strategy Director: Mari Provi Florez
Production Company: America Filmworks
Director: Sebastián Orgambide
Director of Photography: Alejandro Giuliani
Executive producer: Marcia Jaes
Line Producer: Mariano Antonietti
Editing House: Red Car
Editor: Juan Pablo Cadaveira
Producer: Francess Tom-Sahr
Sound Design: Mixology Lab
Sound designer: Luis F. Herrera
Audio Mix: Mixology Lab
Mixer: Luis F. Herrera
Striking pictures by Cristopher Herwig taken in Syria and Iran. via CreativeRoots.org
Nice pictures by photographer Jake Chessum.
I’m a fan of pop-up book art. I started collecting and buying pop-ups for my mother’s birthday, every year. She has a vast collection of themes from animals, numbers, to religion. It is amazing the engineering behind each page creation. The work above is minimal, abstract and artistic by Johann Volkmer.
project inspired (and drived) by the beautiful music of Ólafur Arnalds.
the song is called Ljósið and you can listen to some more here http://foundsongs.erasedtapes.com/
(by Esteban Diácono).
Eco roofing company, the Better Roofing Company’s beautiful new, horizontal scrolling, vector website.
Though she is recent graduate from the Ringling College of Art and Design, Anastasia Garcia‘s portfolio is already a force to be reckoned with. Garcia’s passion for her art and the world of high fashion has set her apart from young artists of her generation.
Cover book Undo
New poster for m event from http://www.behance.net/romio
Let There Be Light is a new vectoral work by Jordi Vidal of Valencia, Spain which depicts french electronica duo Gaspar Augé and Xavier de Rosnay (AKA Justice). In the work, Vidal has used two contrasting styles of vectorization: one rapid, and one soft. The differing textures give the work a layered, tangible feel.
This aren’t computer generated pictures! Real light! More on LooksLikeGoodDesign