Hello my name is Rob. I’m a designer living and working in Germany. This blog focuses on things I just like or even love. No more, no less. If you are more interested on fashion, editorials, models and more insignificant stuff like that, don’t hesitate to visit my other project on Coûte que Coûte.de.
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Due to an editorial error in POP Magazine it looks like my entry (see spread above) is the one from Craig at the bottom of the page,
but mine is the one in the middle (like seen above…). Just to let you know. ;)
AGENCY: FRED & FARID PARIS
BRAND: WRANGLER EMEA BORNEM (BELGIUM)
EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR: FRED & FARID
CR: FRED & FARID, FENG HUANG
DA: FRED & FARID, FENG HUANG
PHOTOGRAPHER: JEFF BURTON
PHOTOGRAPHER ASSISTANT: ROB HAMADA
FILM EDITOR: YANNIS RACHID
AGENCY SUPERVISOR: FRED & FARID, DANIEL DORMEYER,
DUSHAN KARAGEORGEVITCH, PAOLA BERSI
ADVERTISER SUPERVISOR: GIORGIO PRESCA,
DIETER JACOBFEUERBORN, ALESSANDRO VIGANO,
STEPHANO AIMONE, ADAM KAKEMBO, YASEMIN AKKAYA
ART BUYER: MARIE MOULIN
“Display” – a curated graphic design books collection
Display is a curated collection of important graphic design books, periodicals, advertisements and ephemera.
Established in 2009, Display intends to build a digital graphic collection (from original materials) which generates inspiration
and awareness about modern, mid 20th century graphic design history and some of its pioneers.
What: VEASYBLE is a set of wearable accessories that can be converted at a touch into a means of isolation.
Composition: VEASYBLE is made of paper bonded to polyethylene and fabric.
Objects: visor, ruff, bag, mask.
Keywords: Isolation, Ornament, Revelation, Intimacy.