Whilst on mug washing duty in our palatial offices, I noticed this Iceland delivery truck complete with distinctive branding and had to take a quick snap on the mobile phone.
When both the quality of your product and the motivations of your customer are up for, shall we say ‘much debate’, it would be wise to not leave your brand tag line as an open ended sentence. Particularly if you’re going to be driving around the streets of Dalston.
Colourist Jeff Altman has telecined and graded a 16mm reel of 1960′s Las Vegas that he found. A very understated and calming video from a very grandiose and OTT era, where all that glittered was far from gold.
Our studio mate Craig Murray can be usually found up in the wee hours of the morning and is known to survive on very little sleep. This may well have inspired his latest promo vids for new club night Pap-il-lon and their iD teasers.
Craig captures a trippy dippy fantasia with healthy dollops of retro chic to create films that are both super psychedelic and warm. They feel like they could have been shot in the 70′s and wouldn’t be out of place advertising the latest designer fragrance. Good work Mr Murray!
The portrait is something that we’re all familiar with, from the annual school photograph to the self portrait number that may graces your Bookface account. However when we’re not taking pics of ourselves it is usually an interpretation by some extent of the artist or photographer.
Dan tells stories of redundancy and demise of a town in Papiers Gaspesia, the frailty beauty of the human condition through distressed surfaces for the Face of the City, while the striking Regents Park project features local social housing residents using the estate as the canvas.
Making larger than life portraits that hang in a billboard fashion around in his homeland Canada,Dan Bergeron is able to make statements about culture, environment and the personal - which my old uni lecturer Sandy Brewer taught me is always political.