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Post • TWENTYFOUR-7 : MONTBLANC Star Legacy watches, PARK & JOY app from DEUTSCHEN TELEKOM, 'Typical German' campaign, pop-modern BAUERFEIND VenoTrain stockings & post production for BYTON Electro SUV

11.04.2018 • Find a parking space quicker or pay with your cell phone thanks to TWENTYFOUR-7 so that you can go to the restaurant or shopping faster? Well, TWENTYFOUR-7 isn't quite that innovative. But the new sensor network and cell phone app PARK & JOY from Deutsche Telekom AG is. TWENTYFOUR-7 still had a word or two to say: and that as the post production company for the campaign motifs by Maak ROBERTS c/o WILDFOX RUNNING. What's new about the app: "First you set the parking duration in the app. At the same time, Park and Joy indicates the amount of the parking fee for the specified duration. If your appointment takes longer than planned, you can just extend your parking duration comfortably on the go using the app – and don't have to worry about getting a ticket." The app is now in use in Hamburg; find out more under: parkandjoy.de

At the post production company TWENTYFOUR-7, the MONTBLANC watches photographed by Ragnar SCHMUCK c/o NERGER M&O were given the final touches. The watches were staged by the stills specialists for the MONTBLANC watch brochure 'Star Legacy' and can thus also...

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Post • 'Typical German' campaign by Heiko Richard, post production by TWENTYFOUR-7

10.04.2018 • twentyfour-7's true colors are black & white in its post production work for the campaign 'Show Your True Colors' and Heiko Richard. But even if no real color can be seen in the image, the post production agency stands behind the message of the campaign from Berlin Partner, beBerlin and the Senate Chancellery Berlin. contributing to a better understanding among all people in Berlin aided by a change of perspective.


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Post • The PARK & JOY app of Deutsche Telekom - post produced by TWENTYFOUR-7; we have two motifs on GoSee

07.04.2018 • Find a parking space quicker or pay with your cell phone thanks to TWENTYFOUR-7 so that you can go to the restaurant or shopping faster? Well, TWENTYFOUR-7 isn't quite that innovative. But the new sensor network and cell phone app PARK & JOY from Deutsche Telekom AG is. TWENTYFOUR-7 still had a word or two to say: and that as the post production company for the campaign motifs by Maak ROBERTS c/o WILDFOX RUNNING. What's new about the app: "First you set the parking duration in the app. At the same time, Park and Joy indicates the amount of the parking fee for the specified duration. If your appointment takes longer than planned, you can just extend your parking duration comfortably on the go using the app – and don't have to worry about getting a ticket." The app is now in use in Hamburg; find out more under: parkandjoy.de

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Post • The MONTBLANC Star Legacy watch brochure by photographer Ragnar Schmuck - post by TWENTYFOUR-7

07.04.2018 • At the post production company TWENTYFOUR-7, the MONTBLANC watches photographed by Ragnar SCHMUCK c/o NERGER M&O were given the final touches. The watches were staged by the stills specialists for the MONTBLANC watch brochure 'Star Legacy' and can thus also be admired on paper now. montblanc.com////montblanc-star-collection

About - Montblancs tale began with the creation of our Meisterstück fountain pen in 1924. Perfectly handmade with the finest of European craftsmanship, the iconic writing instrument has secured cult status – and our affair with writing instruments did not stop there. montblanc.com

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Post • 'It makes you hair beautiful...' MAINWORKS takes care of post production for the FAUST´S CRAFT BEER campaign for the advertizing agency TASTE and photographer Gerhilde Skoberne

05.03.2018 • As we all know, beer makes your hair more beautiful. But what happens if you don't take just any old beer but a wholesome craft beer – and that not externally – but instead apply it internally? Based on this idea, the food & beverages pros from Taste with CD Ralf Richter developed a concept: With exagerated hipster elegance and tongue firmly in cheek, the effect of Faust's first-class craft beer range is demonstrated – staged in the typical attitude of shampoo models. But with a surprising bit of insight: More craft means more volume.

That makes this craft beer a real eye-catcher and the effect of the excellent art of brewing almost magical. The three motifs were photographed by Gerhilde Skoberne, and post was taken care of by Mainworks who also styled the models' beards digitally.

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