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'Passed Away Too Early', two motifs for ZH magazine ZKB on our throwaway mentality - photographed by SCANDERBEG SAUER

The two images shot for ZH Magazine 03/2018 illustrate the article "Passed Away Too Early". A report about possible ways out of throw-away mentality. ZH Magazine is produced by Crafft Communication for Zürcher Kantonalbank.
30.09.2018 // show complete article

 
REGO-FIX - the internationally active Swiss tool manufacturer with a new look, photographed by SCANDERBEG SAUER

REGO-FIX AG, with 190 employees worldwide today, is among the leading Swiss tool manufacturers. At the Tenniken headquarters in Switzerland, the complete range of cutting tools from the world-famous and owner-managed company is manufactured. The photos presented here on GoSee were photographed on location in Tenniken by SCANDERBEG SAUER. They stand for the new look of the innovative company, which recycles in stages of production. Plus, their environmental management has been ISO 14001 certified since 2007. The motifs are used for websites and various print publications. rego-fix.com
30.09.2018 // show complete article

 
Omega for Vanity Fair - photographer duo Scanderbeg Sauer embarks with Editor Nicholas Foulkes for high-gloss magazine on time travel and a trip to the moon

Vanity Fair En Route. One small step... the footprint on the moon 1969, a replica of the Apollo astronaut's spacesuits, an OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch – one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces – and an original NASA Mission Control console are only a few images shot by SCANDERBEG SAUER at the OMEGA Museum for Vanity Fair.

The OMEGA Museum bristles with bric-a-brac from the days of lunar exploration, ranging from original NASA-issued Omegas, Hasselblad 500EL cameras, pieces from the outer hull of space vehicles, and a full-size, functioning lunar rover vehicle. "The greatest fun was to photograph the magazine’s Editor Nicholas Foulkes taking the lunar rover moon buggy for a spin!" photographer duo SCANDERBEG SAUER tells GoSee.

The OMEGA Museum is located opposite the OMEGA headquarters at Rue Jakob-Stämpfli 96, Biel/Bienne 2504, Switzerland. omegamuseum.com
28.09.2018 // show complete article