Moving Forward Together - Elliott WILCOX c/o MAKING PICTURES portrays musician Tom Grennan for ROLLACOASTER magazine

Elliott WILCOX c/o MAKING PICTURES photographed British musician Tom Grennan for the cover spread of the S/S ‘21 issue of Rollacoaster magazine. The spread was realized in cooperation with the beautiful TOMMY HILFIGER project ‘Moving Forward Together’. 

Helping each other out is most important. More laughing and less frowning – then we’ll live in a better place.” Tom Grennan

 
 

SUBLIME POSTPRODUCTION : To commemorate the end of WWII on the 8th of May, ZDF is featuring a new 10-part documentary series entitled ‘War and Holocaust – The German Apocalypse’. An act against forgetting

To commemorate the end of WWII on the 8th of May, ZDF is featuring a new 10-part documentary series entitled ‘War and Holocaust – The German Apocalypse’. An act against forgetting. Post production company SUBLIME had the honor of creating the visual campaign for it, consisting of a photo series with four motifs. The photo series is based on the questions: Could this historical apocalypse repeat itself? How relevant is the topic today?

Andreas Freitag and his Sublime team have built a visual bridge between then and now with their sensational artwork. They place people from the present within the context of the time. The result is an alarmingly modern visual world with an interplay of diverse, dangerously seductive symbols …

 
 

HOW TO DIE WELL – insurance group ROYAL LONDON, illustrator Andrea Ucini and the agency RANKIN present the beautiful book on the difficult topic on GoSee.NEWS

ROYAL LONDON addresses the topic of death directly in the book presented here in an attempt to, if not break with taboos, at least moderate them and perhaps even do away with one or two altogether.

RANKIN AGENCY : “The UK’s largest mutual life insurance, pension and investment company, Royal London, has teamed up with creative agency RANKIN and Italian-born, Denmark-based illustrator Andrea Ucini for a purpose-led campaign to equip people with the tools they need to speak openly and honestly about death – and help prepare themselves and their loved ones for the inevitable.”

The result is ‘How to Die Well’, a detailed publication with plenty of information on topics such as end-of-life planning, bequests, funerals, and not lastly, saying goodbye or even grieving and mourning. The book is available in libraries as well as online. Free of charge ...