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The Volkswagen I.D. Crozz for your emission-free driving pleasure – colorfully staged by transportation and people photographer UWE DUETTMANN

Transportation, people and lifestyle specialist UWE DUETTMANN photographed once again for VOLKSWAGEN. This time, he had the fully electric VOLKSWAGEN ID. Crozz in front of his camera. At his side was CD Mahmoud Fathy, Head of Design at DDB Berlin for Volkswagen, as well as AD Siuming Leung. We have the colorful result for you on GoSee.

VW on the company’s concept vehicle : “The ID. CROZZ concept car made by Volkswagon stands for the future of electromobility. It is packed with innovations, enabling it to glide dynamically and silently through twists and turns in the road. At some point in the future, the car will even be able to drive autonomously if need be – so you can simply sit back and enjoy the view. By the way, you can even talk to this digitally connected car. So, say hello to your freedom.” GoSee : volkswagen.de///id-crozz
05.05.2020 show complete article

 

UWE DUETTMANN photographs the BMW X5 & 3 Series for the project ‘Frank – Into the Dusk’

Photographer UWE DUETTMANN presents his project ‘Frank – Into the Dusk’ here on GoSee, for which he staged the BMW X5 & 3 Series in a landscape outside of Los Angeles. Creative direction was in the hands of Thim Wagner, Executive Creative Director at Jung von Matt/Alster in Hamburg.

About – Uwe Duettmann. After studying Visual Arts in Düsseldorf and subsequent studies at the HFBK in Berlin, Duettmann spent several years as longterm assistant of Hans Hansen and Annie Leibovitz. He then started his own career as a photographer, shooting editorial assignments for magazines such as Tempo, Stern, Rolling Stone, Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue and Elle… After more than 20 years in the business, Uwe Duettmann’s portfolio reveals a wild crazy-quilt of images that raise an eyebrow or sparkle a smile, featuring everything from serious portraiture and glossy auto shots to bizarre, otherworldly scenarios that could only be conceived by the wackiest of minds.
02.04.2020 show complete article