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'Warum nicht?' - is what the RENAULT campaign by ANKE LUCKMANN, made in Barcelona asks you

And “Falca realized a fantastic production” as Anke Luckmann puts it and adds almost mono-syllabic: “Why not ? Is what Barcelona's con artists thought when they stole my backpack and what was in it completely unnoticed while we were scouting, and we had to start all over again. Why me? I asked my self the rest of the day...”

'Why not?' is what the campaign for RENAULT asks you – photographed by ANKE LUCKMANN for the agency Publicis Pixelpark in and around Barcelona. Whether as an early bird on the beach or classic in front of modern architecture, the models Espace, Captur and Kadjar look great everywhere. For post production, Andreas FREITAG c/o SUBLIME went to Barcelona top support the team on set. The photos were then finalized in Berlin.

And “Falca realized a fantastic production” as Anke Luckmann puts it and adds almost mono-syllabic: “Why not ? Is what Barcelona's con artists thought when they stole my backpack and what was in it completely unnoticed while we were scouting, and we had to start all over again. Why me? I asked my self the rest of the day...”

She has long gotten over the theft, and together with the international creative team, Felipe Franco and Nader Shousha, Anke found the perfect angle of every car for the campaign, which seemed to feel quite at home in Barcelona. The project was supported in Germany by Katja Bonnert and Kai Tietz.

CREDITS
Client: Renault
Agency: Publicis Pixelpark GmbH
Creative Scout: Katja Bonnert
Creative Director: Felipe Franco
Art Director: Nader Shousha
Photo Agent: Kai Tietz
Production: FALCA
Producer: Jero Pellicer
Post Production: Sublime

14.02.2017 // show complete article

Road Trip almost to the end of the world - transportation photographer ANKE LUCKMANN takes you to wild Galicia, the dangerously primordial north-west of Spain

Way up in the north-west of Spain – what felt almost like at end of the world – transportation photographer ANKE LUCKMANN made her road trip. She tells about the experience, “Costa da Muerte, a rocky coastal road which runs along the wild Atlantic, from lighthouse to lighthouse, really deserves its name.” Costa da Muerte is the part of the coast of Galicia, located in the north-west of the Iberian Peninsula, between Malpica and west of A Coruña and Cape Finisterre. It received its terrifyingly beautiful name, which translates to death coast, because of the difficult conditions for sea navigation and the resulting shipwrecks and deaths. Anke Luckmann herself is very excited about her experience: “The tremendous sea, the landscape, the roads, the great food, our Jaguar, the ever-changing weather – what a road trip...” Her thanks go via GoSee to Ralph Hillert c/o MAINWORKS for great post production of the beautiful motifs.
13.02.2017 // show complete article

The call of the stones... Photographer Anke LUCKMANN presents you her personal SARDEGNA project on GoSee

Sardinia is famous for its beaches, for its sand – and not least for its stones and stone formations. So it is not surprising that the Sardinians are also well-known for their stone cult and that ever since ancient times. Nowadays, any export of stones or even sand from the island belonging to Italy is forbidden under penalty. Fortunately, this does not apply to photographs – so we have the honor of presenting ANKE LUCKMANN's personal work about the stones of Sardinia here on GoSee. Elisabeth Winter took care of the wonderful post production of the series. “Thank you very much Elisabeth!” Anke asked us to say here.
12.02.2017 // show complete article