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Lukasz Murgrabia

Lovely works of the photographer Lukasz Murgrabia in his portfolio on line. Currently based in Warsaw in Poland, it has many customers with his credit like the advertising agencies Young & Rubicam, Euro RSCG or Ogilvy. Check out.


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Campari Calendar 2010

Olga Kurylenko’s Campari Calendar 2010 has officially been released, ready for your wall for the coming calendar year.  These calendars have become iconic in their own right, where each year only 9,999 are produced in a limited run to a limited audience.  This year, Campari has tapped none other than Ms. Bond herself, Olga Kurylenko.

The shoot features Olga Kurylenko, a damsel desired by men for both her charms– and her Campari.  The series ranges from bright and colorful to dark, almost film-noir-esque, with the constant flush of blood red.  The result is a strong branding statement for Campari bitters, featuring one of the decade’s more premier modeling talents.

200,000 Coke cans = 1 giant artwork

A 1940s Coke ad has been recreated using 200,000 crushed cans to mark the start of Recycle Week.

The 50m long artwork was created on the Sussex coast by a team of artists led by Robert Bradford and took a week to complete. It’s based on this 1949 billboard ad by artist Haddon Sundblom who painted many of Coke’s most famous poster images. The point, Coke says, is to encourage people to recycle their used cans. “At the end of Recycle Week (June 22-28) each of the 200,000 cans will be recycled saving enough energy to keep a television running for seventy years.”

You vs. You

TimeOut – Your guide to what’s happening in the most exciting cities on the planet.

Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Bad food, bad dog.

Great ad campaign for Nutri Balance. “Bad food, bad dog. All the vitamins, all the flavor.”

Advertising agency: Prolam Y&R Santiago, Santiago, Chile