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ADIDAS PARLEY Richard Johnson c/o EMEIS DEUBEL for TBWA Neboko, Amsterdam

#ADIDASPARLEY ADIDAS is bringing a sneaker on the market made of recycled plastic from the ocean. It is manufactured from Parley Ocean plastic, which is processed into yarn. For more than a year, the two brands tried and tested it, and the result is not only a interesting from an environmental perspective. Richard Johnson c/o EMEIS DEUBEL photographed the high-performance running shoe in Cape Town on commission for TBWA Neboko, Amsterdam. Adidas has made it its goal to ban plastics almost completely from its supply chains and to use only processed waste from the ocean instead.

"Designed from upcycled waste from beaches and coastal communities, intercepted before it reached the ocean, the new shoes are part of a wider campaign from Adidas to reduce plastic pollution, and the sports brand is working with US non-profit Parley to help reset the way the global community treats our sacred oceans."
30.05.2018 // show complete article

Lanzarote Revisited by Lars BORGES c/o EMEIS DEUBEL

Lars BORGES c/o EMEIS DEUBEL escaped wintery Berlin at the beginning of the year and produced lifestyle motifs in Lanzarote, a Canary Island off the coast of West Africa, known for its warm weather and volcanic landscape. Cliffy national park Timanfaya was created by volcano eruptions in the 1730s.
30.05.2018 // show complete article

Flowers, Art, Lightness... 'Solid Air' flower bouquets made of balloons - in an art project by Sarah Illenberger c/o EMEIS DEUBEL and an exhibition at Marsano's flower shop in Berlin

Berlin-based Florist Marsano realizes dreams all about the topic of flowers for his clients. And visual artist Sarah Illenberger c/o EMEIS DEUBEL is equally skilled in inducing dreams with her delicate work. A prime example is Sarah's latest work in cooperation with Marsano entitled 'Solid Air' – flower bouquets made of balloons – at an exhibition in the shop in Berlin.

Sarah Illenberger is a Berlin-based artist, illustrator and designer. Her visual language is defined by giving common things a new meaning. She creates installations using various materials and techniques, which are then photographed or presented in public places. Her work appears in books, magazines, digital media and window displays. She also produces limited editions and design objects.
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