Wyatt-Clarke have been picking up award after award for Andy Glass’s work for Stella Artois/Lowe - dubbed ‘Cinema Su Doku’ by UK newspaper the Observer. They say they haven’t put the ads on this Showcase because “there can’t be anyone left who hasn’t seen it.” They are, however, pleased to finally be able to show Klaus Thymann’s work from the Levi's Moonbathing campaign, commissioned through BBH London and shot in Sao Paolo. He’s shooting the new season’s campaign this week, which they promise will be “even more breathtaking”.
Some other recent campaigns included here are Larry Dunstan’s street-cast portraits for Sony-Erickson / BBH, art directed by John Hegarty “himself”; Adam Hinton’s work for DDB London on the ‘Teacher Training’ campaign; Leon Steele’s arresting work for the RNIB’s anti-smoking campaign; and Nadege Meriau’s Innocent Smoothies campaign commissioned by Lowe.
Nadege Meriau is involved in another campaign at the moment with Tiger Savage at M&C Saatchi that Wyatt-Clarke tell us is exploiting her characteristic filmic, atmospheric and other-worldly style to a daring extent. Watch this space!
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