Since launching the new website in February 2012, we have brought you features in Audiovisual, Campaigns, Who’s Who, Digital and of course our Editor’s Blog presented by Lürzer’s Archive Editor-in-Chief, Michael Weinzettl. Take a look at some of the Editor's Blog highlights of 2012...
Misogynistic or just brilliant? Michael Weinzettl looks at Agent Provocateur and the recent Tuxedo Confessions ad and discusses the feminist implications of creative advertising.
Film directors and advertising – what do the likes of Martin Scorsese, Federico Fellini, and Lars von Trier really get out of it? A credit or discredit to their careers? A look at when feature film directors direct commercials.
Japan made a seismic comeback at Adfest 2012. Take a look at the winners and our complicated relationship with the Japanese ad industry.
Big campaigns, humble beginnings: Lego, Apple and Honda all got their ideas from somewhere.
Where it all begins: What happens when art and advertising meet? Read about Staedtler’s print ad campaign which used artist Dalton Ghetti’s style.
"We are being forced to buy at the visual equivalent of Wal-Mart when we want Prada." - Creative director, publisher, bestselling author and former editor-in-chief of Creative Review: these are just some of the titles you will find on Lewis Blackwell’s résumé. Read the interview with the CCO of Evolve Images.
With the controversial Harvey Nichols ad appearing on the cover of Vol. 4/2012 here are some cases where the magazine – which gets distributed all over the world – has run foul of certain rules of what can and what cannot be shown, and as a result never reached some of our subscribers.