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Jan Steinhilber stages the Porsche 911 Speedster for Kemper Kommunikation in the legendary Porsche Archive – between prototypes and racing cars, in the midst of motor sports and automobile history

Jan STEINHILBER photographed the new 911 Speedster in the circle of its ancestors and other air-cooled legends (Art Director: Lars Heberer, Art Buyer: Agnieszka Henkel). The location for it was the legendary Porsche Archive. Hidden in a small town near Stuttgart are prototypes, racing cars and individual objects, with an extreme density of racing and automotive history. An absolutely authentic location and yet an almost magical place.'

Two kilometers of files, 2.5 million photos and slides, 4,000 books, and 1,700 hours of footage – the Historical Archive of Porsche AG preserves every bit of important information pertaining to Porsche AG – whether economic, technical, social, or cultural. The Porsche Museum holds more than 80 vehicles on a 5,600 square-meter exhibition space.
30.05.2019 // show complete article

 
Jan Steinhilber photographs the Audi TT catalog for Philipp & Keuntje in Berlin

On commission for Philipp & Keuntje, Jan STEINHILBER photographed the new Audi TT catalog in various locations in Berlin. The project was produced by Claas Cropp Creative Productions, and the Art Directors on the job were Nina Witschonke and Vanessa Iff. Post Production was taken care of by PX2 in Hamburg.
06.05.2019 // show complete article

 
Jan Steinhilber photographs the Nissan Micra N-Sport for TBWA, Paris – as stylish as tech can get

Energy-packed and sporty: The new NISSAN MICRA N-SPORT is built for dynamics and driving pleasure. High-quality materials paired with sporty design touches and dynamic accents make the MICRA N-SPORT as exciting on the inside as it is on the outside. GoSee member JAN STEINHILBER c/o NERGER M&O photographed the new Nissan Micra N-Sport on a long, cold night in Berlin for TBWA, Paris. Art Director was Kiminori Suzuki, and the production company was Claas Cropp Creative Production.
08.04.2019 // show complete article