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Credits & Description: Company: DDB Phils., THE PHILIPPINES Exec. Creative Dir.: Teeny Gonzales Dep. Exec. Creative Dir.: Russell Molina Copywriter: Maki Maquiling Account Exec.: Lester Obice Account Dir.: Wella Balagtas Client Services Dir.: Tey San Diego Contract: Producer: Jem Lim Producer: Leslie Perez
November 27th, 2008 by Bibhuti | Email This “This lenticular poster demonstrates that no matter how late it gets, you can always grab a bite at McDonald’s. “ Agency : DDB, Auckland, New Zealand Executive Creative Director : Toby Talbot Creative Group Head : Paul Hankinson Head of Art : Mike Davison Senior Art Director : Pete Thompson Creatives : Damian Galvin & Carlos Savage Photographer : Spid Retoucher : Gordon Moir
We were introduced to Nic Fiddian-Green's heart-stopping sculpture this July when we stayed at Castello Di Reschio in Umbria, Italy. Fiddian-Green was at Reschio, working on a commission for the owner, Count Antonio Bolza. And, of course, the subject matter of his massive sculpture was the horse, in this case Count Antonio's favourite stallion, Punto, born and bred at Reschio. We say "of course" because the British sculptor, who normally works at his hilltop studio near Guildford in Surrey, UK, has been obsessed with the equine head for nearly three decades. Ever since he saw a fifth-century B.C. carving of the head of a horse of Selene from the Parthenon at the British Museum he has worked at perfecting the form of the horse's head, as well as mastering the ancient 'lost wax' technique. He works in clay, plaster, beaten lead and marble, and he oversees the casting into bronze himself.
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