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Advertising Agency: Grey Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, GermanyChief Creative Officer: Fabian KirnerCreative Directors: Alexandros Antoniadis, Martin VennArt Directors: David Baertz, Markus Werner, Channie HansenCopywriters: Thomas Kuhn, Helge HoffmannDigital Concept: Serdar KantekinAdditional credits: Christoph Pietsch, Andre Schieck, Jann EickerPublished: March 2014 LINK!
Hannah Price photographs her ‘cat callers’ on the streets on Philly. The photographs in “City Of Brotherly Love” are a collection of candids snapped after a stranger has hit on her. LINK!
Mexican artist Pedro Reyes recently constructed a series of working, mechanized instruments from dismantled guns, giving the weapons new life with music. LINK!