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CARIOCA c/o VISUALEYES ARTISTS with a fully CGI production for the TIER IM RECHT foundation - because No animal wants to be treated cruelly !

Since 1996, Tier im Recht (TIR) has been a strong proponent for animal protection legislature. The main purpose of all TIR activities is the continuous improvement of human-animal relationships in law, ethics and society.

VISUALEYES ARTISTS tells GoSee : "We are proud to be part of this project. The slogan "No animal wants to be treated cruelly" is perfect and CARIOCA's full CGI production is congenial." The awareness campaign "No animal wants to be treated cruelly" is now the fourth campaign which creative agency Ruf Lanz has designed pro bono for TIR. The four subjects can be seen on billboards, ads and online media as well as on the TIR website. Of course, all images were created completely on the computer. tierimrecht.org
05.02.2019 // show complete article

 
The "Amour Fou" S/S '19 collection for Swiss fashion label EZGI CINAR - concept & shoot by HARUN "SHARK" DOGAN c/o VISUALEYES ARTISTS

EZGI CINAR’s collections are an homage to independent, passionate women. The Zurich-based couture label combines the Swiss sense of quality with Turkish opulence. After several years gaining experience with international luxury brands and as an independent event manager in the fashion sector, since January 2016, Swiss designer Ezgi Cinar has been designing dresses that enhance the beauty of the wearer and inspire women to dream. VISUALEYES ARTIST Harun Dogan, aka Shark, has been concepting and shooting the EZGI CINAR collections for several consecutive seasons. For the upcoming summer collection, the label inflated 800 balloons to create a stunning background. ezgicinar.com
05.02.2019 // show complete article

 
Elias AMARI c/o VISUALEYES photographs the GENEVA CAMERATA Season '18/19 campaign

The GENEVA CAMERATA is a dynamic orchestra from Geneva. The Season '18/19 campaign was photographed by Elias Amari. genevacamerata.com
04.02.2019 // show complete article