The German photographer Daniel Sannwald was born in 1979. He has become a well-known name in the fashion community for his completely original, arty style.
A favourite of noted magazine Dazed & Confused, Sannwald regularly works with Japanese publications like Popeye as well as magazines from Spain (Suite), Germany (The Family Tune, Liebling), China (Vision) and Portugal (Nothing Last Forever).
Daniel Sannwald’s photos are the polar opposite of natural. They are futuristic, experimental and artistic. He works in a studio and alters all of his images with computers, playing with filters, light and contrast. His perfected technique and refreshingly unique style has led him to be in high demand from fashion professionals everywhere.
Annonceur : RFF
Agence :W / ATJUST
Directeur de la Création: Thomas Stern - Ivan Pierens
Directeur Artistique FILM: Ivan Pierens
Concepteur-Rédacteur FILM: Thomas stern
Réalisateur : Thierry Poiraud
Responsable Annonceur : Christophe Piednoël- Thierry Jankowski, Anne Le Garrec
Responsable Agence: François Lamotte - Grégoire Weil
Production : Paranoid
Production 3D : BUF
Cass Bird's warm, intrepid depiction of her subjects provides new insight into the gritty exuberance of contemporary love and life. Her unforgettable vision has garnered the artist great acclaim. Following her initial success in the A&C "Festival for the Emerging Artists" (NY), Bird's solo exhibition of her series "Utopia" at Deitch Projects (NY) proves a sensation. Most recently her work has been shown at Macro Future (Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Roma), "New York Minute" as well as Palazzo Cavour in Turin, Italy and two major consecutive shows of at The Brooklyn Museum, which has acquired Bird's work for its permanent collection. Her photographs are featured regularly in magazines such as The New Yorker, Details, Dossier, Paper, and Rolling Stone, as well as in campaigns produced by Converse, Levi's, Sony, and Nike. Cass made her directorial debut with a film for Sophomore, and then continued to go on to produce work for Levi's, Lissy Trullie, The Raveonettes, and Sky Ferreira.
Matt Dilmore was born in Pittsburgh, PA and earned a BFA from Ohio University. Upon graduation he forged a rewarding relationship with Tom Kuntz, one of the most celebrated commercial and music video directors in recent memory. Dilmore served as Kuntz’s creative assistant on many award-winning commercial campaigns for brands like Old Spice, Skittles, Cadbury, and Fed Ex. The two have also collaborated on the holiday-themed viral films Santasm and Warmandfuzzyfeeling.
Dilmore’s solo directorial efforts have included music videos for bands like Black Lips, Busdriver, Black Moth Super Rainbow and commercials for clients like Got Milk, PGi, Major League Soccer, and most recently completed a spot for Doc Martens’ 50th Anniversary.
In addition to filmmaking, Dilmore has published a limited edition book of rare and out-of-print film stills for Partners & Spade and created the internet-radio program Pussyfoot.
Born in 1962 in Saint-Dié des Vosges, Gors studied in different art schools such as Ecole des Beaux-Arts d'Epinal and Ecole des Beaux Arts de Versailles from 1981 to 1986. He is graduate of the prestigious Beaux Arts de Paris, where he was admitted to the studios of Iscan, Olivier Debré, and the great Vladimir Velickoviç. Widely exhibited in France, his recent exhibitions abroad were held at Gallery Louise in Londo and Galerie Artemisa in Brussels in 2008, Jennifer Norback Gallery in Chicago in 2009, and Galerie des Beaux-Arts Heeze in Holland in 2010. He received the Grand Prix AZART from Salon de MAC 2006 in Paris. He lives and works in Ile-de-France.
Kareena is a Sydney born, London based artist, designer and self-confessed daydreamer who collects fine bone china tea sets, but prefers to drink coffee.
She has an unhealthy obsession with dangerously sharp 2B pencils, which may or may not be associated with her perfectionist Virgo tendencies… and her pencils, along with a yearning to escape to a world of make believe, lead her to create whimsical illustrative work with a sense of isolation and bittersweet nostalgia.
Having studied design at the College of Fine Arts (UNSW), Kareena’s work often combines traditional drawing with contemporary graphic techniques, with which she has the pleasure of working across a range of commercial projects for the music, fashion and advertising industries.
She loves the word ‘elephant’ (isn’t it just the best word ever?), her Italian greyhound called Pelle and visiting natural history museums.
By his teens, Miika was already one of twenty most wanted web professionals in Finland. Even so, his style has not been bound to one media. Miika’s work as an illustrator, photographer and director can be seen in album covers, magazines, advertisements and music videos. Inspired by tattoo art and love songs, his recent projects include a series of viral films for Nike, a jewelry collection, and By Night, a photography book of Helsinki nightlife. Miika's illustrations have recently been featured in publications such as Beautiful/Decay and Computer Arts.