As our friends over at Found Folios recently said, Vincent Dixon is “known for his sharp wit, integration of minute attributes and mastery of digital imagery resulting in conceptual visuals that are extensive in execution yet lively in nature”. We’ll take that. Or go here to see what went on on-set, hear what creatives Avi […]
When, after 37-years of representing some of the world’s most inspirational photographers, fellow agent Michael Ash decided to close his doors for a new adventure, we were thrilled that he considered us as his replacement to work with the award-winning Christian Schmidt. It was the perfect fit for what we love to show and […]
Jack Neubart of Shutterbug spent some time talking with Cade about his picture-making process — the how, why and when he goes about creating such imaginative images. Below is what he uncovered.
When Founder and Creative Director Jan Jacobs of Johnannes Leonardo asked Vincent what he thought optimism is for their campaign to change people’s attitudes towards insurance, his response was immediate and easy: “fun, action, color, happiness, adventure, movement, embracing emotions, carefree, living life to the fullest, living in the moment, not overthinking things, doing, curiosity…. smiling. […]
For over 30-years, the AOP Photographers Awards continue to showcase exceptional imagery and as such, we are thrilled to share that Markku’s, drawn from more than 2000 entries, took top honors. The Elephant took Best-Of Commissioned Advertising Single Image while the Flamingos placed in the top 12. Not only were the winning images celebrated with an […]
Pulls all the right strings (again). Art Producer Brian Bushaw of M&C Saatchi said it best about Why Markku Lahdesmaki for making these iconic San Diego Zoo concepts come to life: “There were a few key factors that led to awarding the job to Markku. The shots were challenging composites, requiring special attention to lighting and […]
Zack is known for elaborately produced composites to quirky portraits of animals to landscapes taken from the air. He’s sought out for his ability to bring a distinct aesthetic to each image he creates. He’s been awarded top honors by American Photography, Communication Arts, Cannes Lion, IPA and PDN. In addition to advertising and editorial work, since […]
We agree with judge Linda Carte, VP and ACD of BBDO Toronto that “The work entered into CA still ranks among the best of the best”… Congratulations also to Brite’s Parker + Biley for their award-winning 3-D modeling and retouching contributions, so well done. Danilo Boer, art director Grant Smith, writer Danilo Boer/Grant Smith, creative […]
Simon’s team was once-again inspired by the David & Goliath creatives; this time to capture this dramatically reengineered vehicles sleek & strong lines, to bring-out its sculpted surfaces, its even more cabin space, and its re-designed wraparound dashboard. Our big thanks too to producer Will Taylor for making this 11-day shoot come to locations-and-adventurous-life, well […]
Maybe it’s that they are one of the oldest agencies in the US (founded in 1864) but there’s just always been something really special about working with JWT — and with these latest ads for Schick, they demonstrate how they are still keeping it fresh, 158-years and counting… Vincent worked with CD Billy Faraut and AB […]
Vincent Dixon teamed up with Publicis Zurich to “hide yesterday”. Each ad featured a “today” moment followed by a long line of various deeds that one might want to hide.
In the era of endless information, it’s exciting to see that companies like WD are there to let you have a cloud of your own to store it all in. And there wasn’t a minute to spare in getting these ads to market either. Markku, forever the tireless and patient craftsman, drove the bus and […]
“As soon as I saw the script, I knew I wanted to be in this commercial because the sense of humor was right up my alley,” said Cuoco. “It was so much fun and I’m excited that everyone gets to see it now and again on Sunday.” As for Vincent, Senior Art Producer Angee Murray […]
Combining their love of folktales with inspirations from a recent Dow campaign involving CGI and topiaries, comes this recent and distinctively Parker Biley styled “Topiary Train” — John and Clive’s photographic homage to an unseen craftsman, the sculptor, his (or her) masterpiece completed, about to happily head off on a next journey. All […]
In LA, it has been often said that there is nothing more important in marketing a movie or a TV show than the promotional artwork (for the last 41-years, the Hollywood Reporter has held a yearly contest (The Key Art Awards) as well a subsequent party to celebrate the exceptional). For this series entitled “On […]