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Founded in 2001 by Kozva Rigaud and now with offices in both Berlin and Vienna, Shotview serves as a worldwide nexus between commercial and fine arts providing a wide range of services to its clients including full photo shoot production, syndication and licensing.
Supporting all areas of of our artists' work flow, Shotview attends to worldwide projects for advertising agencies, editorials, special features in photography as well as the development of personal art projects.
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“Alexander Straulino returns to the Japanese skin and cosmetic producer Shiseido, producing a series of eye art calligraphy. The 3-image series features the new range of fine liners from Shiseido, that create strong, graphic lines,” the representation SHOTVIEW on the beauty work of its photographer Alexander STRAULINO for SHISEIDO. We have the three motifs for you on GoSee.20.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 3 items in this article // SHOW article
The fashion special by Margiela Homme S/S17 was staged by Spela KASAL c/o SHOTVIEW BERLIN for the Japanese men´s magazine. We have the motifs from the banks of the Seine for you on GoSee (styling: Masae Takanaka).20.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 4 items in this article // SHOW article
The amazing Austrian social scientist and feminist Dr. Edit Schlaffer was portrayed by Peter RIGAUD for the magazine D LA REPUBBLICA. We learn from the web about her: “Dr. Edit Schlaffer is a social scientist, writer, activist based in Vienna, Austria. In 2002, she founded Women without Borders, an international research-based NGO, encouraging women to take the lead in their personal and public lives. Her research and activities focus on women as agents of change and as driving forces to s …19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 4 items in this article // SHOW article
Niki PAULS c/o SHOTVIEW BERLIN styles American rapper and influencer A$AP Rocky for the MERCEDES BENZ campaign 'Grow Up'. SHOTVIEW BERLIN on the extraordinary international campaign to GoSee: “The uber-cool car brand is taking a new approach to marketing communications with the most extensive content creation in its history. Producing over 90 lifestyle and product images as well as a series of short films, the campaign explores the stories of the new generation. It tells the tale of …19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this article // SHOW article
Camilla ARMBRUST c/o SHOTVIEW photographed the newest MYTHERESA collection and sweeps us into the summer season with her motifs: “Flesh tones and floral prints are the highlight of the latest MyTheresa collection. Chiffon dresses showcased through poetic movements are set against the beautiful depths of a valley, embodying the true essence of the brand,” the reps from SHOTVIEW tell GoSee.19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 4 items in this article // SHOW article
Denim brand WRANGLER celebrates its 70-year, milestone anniversary and takes us along on a stylish trip through time in its campaign. “With Wrangler leading the pack, graphic tee’s and thigh-high boots have made a comeback in recent years,” is how SHOTVIEW BERLIN describes the campaign look. Niki PAULS was responsible for styling, and Jacob MOHR c/o CREATVT was in charge of casting, both artists c/o SHOTVIEW. There is even a special website for the occasion. Wrangler 's origina …19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this article // SHOW article
Horst DIEKGERDES c/o SHOTVIEW BERLIN photographed the MONTBLANC Eyewear Winter 2017 campaign. “This season the brand concept builds further on developing the usage of new, precious and extraordinary materials. The Montblanc Eyewear Collection includes a range of very classic to extraordinary styles, all maintaining a respect to the iconic brand image.” Shotview lets us know. Art buying & casting: Birte Solomon & Bianca Winter from SOLOMON WINTER, in front of the camera: …19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this article // SHOW article
Kira BUNSE c/o SHOTVIEW photographed the F/W 2017 collection from designer DOROTHEE SCHUMACHER. “With a focus on superior tailoring and a clean silhouette, Dorothee Schumacher maintains a commitment to the elegant signature style, but this season with a streetwear edge. Silk shirts and knitwear are paired with oversized hooded jackets for an updated, modern look,” SHOTVIEW tells GoSee. Dorothee Schumacher (* 1966 in Düsseldorf) is a German women's fashion designer and businesswo …19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 4 items in this article // SHOW article
For the April issue of TOWN AND COUNTRY magazine, Horst DIEKGERDES c/o SHOTVIEW photographed model Marie Piovesan in Milan. The model was clad in mid-century prints in front of beautiful furniture from Nilufar, Milans iconic design gallery. nilufar.com19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this article // SHOW article
Photographer Peter GEHRKE c/o SHOTVIEW was on a mission for GINA TRICOT. In the Spring 2017 campaign, you can once again adore great model Frida Gustavsson, of whom Gina Tricot says: “Frida Gustavsson is a horse-loving feminist who grew up in Stockholm. She describes her style as playfully elegant, but she has also had a touch of the tomboy about her since childhood.” Hair artist was Philip FOHLIN c/o GoSee member LINKDETAILS, with styling by Hanna Marzouki Widlund. …19.04.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 4 items in this article // SHOW article