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The Cologne-based cosmetics and still-life photographer Manuel MITTELPUNKT c/o PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM presents a follow-up motif of the cosmetics line M2 BEAUTÉ. For the creative office Bel Epok, he realized the advertising motif presented here which takes up the pop-art look of the packaging for a graphic and clean effect.16.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this article // SHOW article
For the new issue of SPIEGEL Wissen magazine, Phillip GÄTZ c/o PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM portrayed three everyday heroes on location, who found ways to remain totally calm. One of them is a prominent face in Hamburg politics: Jana Schiedek, who was Justice Senator of the hanseatic city until April 2015.16.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 8 items in this article // SHOW article
The Swedish crime series 'Modus', which just started its new season, is presented with a new campaign motif by Morgan NORMAN and can now be seen in numerous areas of use. The Stockholm-based photographer shot the scenery with the leading actors in an old warehouse in the Swedish capital. The series 'Modus' is based on the crime novels by the Norwegian author and former Justice Minister Anne Holts and will be aired on TV4 from the end of July. tv4.se/modus15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this article // SHOW article
For the industry giant TCHIBO, the catalogue and people expert Rene RUSSO c/o PAM realized a large-scale indoor campaign on the topic of housecleaning. Together with the agency Scholz & Friends, the motifs were created at the TCHIBO base in Hamburg.15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this article // SHOW article
PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM still-life and CGI expert CARIOCA STUDIO now presents a motif for the soft drink brand 7UP. The mixture of loud splashes, packshots and elaborately staged 'sides' such as limes was created via BBDO Mexico. For complex post production, credit goes to the CARIOCA team, which has made a very reputable name for itself in the area.15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this article // SHOW article
Commissioned by the electronic giant GRUNDIG and Jung von Matt, Florian GRILL realized several image motifs in the area of people. The photos were used, among other places, at the Grundig trade fair stand during the IFA in Berlin and in various catalogues.15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this article // SHOW article
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Action-packed and acrobatic was how Klaus HEINZLER realized sport motifs for the Canadian athletic apparel brand LULULEMON, which were immediately displayed at the first German flagship store in Hamburg. The protagonists are not models but real sportsmen and women as brand ambassadors. The brand LULULEMON, which is very popular in the US and Canada, uses the motifs on the Internet in addition to the POS. About - Lululemon athletica makes technical clothing for yoga, running, and most other sw …15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 7 items in this article // SHOW article
For his personal CGI spread, the PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM car expert Erik CHMIL selected the brand Audi and its fast R8 and sporty Q5. The urban scenery for the CGI motifs created later were not shot by Erik in his hometown Cologne but it Los Angeles.15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 3 items in this article // SHOW article
In Finnish magazine KIDD.O, nearly everything revolved around offspring and how it dresses. Hamburg-based children photographer Alexandra KLEVER c/o PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM was booked again and again to photograph numerous little fashion stars – this time as party guests.15.09.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article