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RECOM GmbH & Co. KG

Amount of Images: 11

about the artwork
Zwei unserer Mercedes-Benz - Kampagnen (GrowUp + A-Class Lifestyle), für die wir gemeinsam mit der Berliner Agentur "antoni" unsere CGI- und Postproduction-Skills ausreizen durften.

 
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Pascal Schonlau

Amount of Images: 12

 
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Anton Watts

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
I was one of 11 photographers commissioned by Redwood to shoot the automotive art book ASTON MARTIN - THE BOOK, featuring Aston Martin’s most iconic cars from the 1940s to the present day.  Each photographer was allocated a chapter and car; mine was the DB7.  I set my character driven story depicting edge and sophistication in Joshua Tree National Park.

 
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Todd Antony

Amount of Images: 6

about the artwork
A personal project exploring the Japanese art of 'Dekotora'  For more than 40 years Japanese truck drivers have been piling on lights, patterned fabrics, and other over-the-top adornments to their work trucks, creating moving masterpieces covered in LEDs. This tradition of decorated trucks or “Dekotora” originated from a 1970s Japanese movie series inspired by Smokey and the Bandit titled Torakku Yaro or “Truck Rascals.” Drivers first began decorating their vehicles in the style of the comedy-action films in hopes of being cast in upcoming films. Eventually the extravagant trucks became a way of life for many workers, with decoration costs to produce such elaborate vehicles sometimes running over $100,000. Although the art form is now in decline after it reached its peak in the ’80s and ’90s, the Utamaro-Kai Association of Dekotora drivers has begun to help raise funds for various charity initiatives, including areas of the country that have been hit by the recent Tsunami. Also included is work for the new Suzuki Swift and Carwow.

 
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BEN & MARTIN

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
'Hocke' (German for squat) - a revived 90s hip-hop pose, trending on instagram and in fashion editorials - is the title of a series by BAM, aka Ben and Martin. The two photographers portrayed chilled car lovers, posing with a vintage Golf Mk1 and a Toyota Tazz on the beaches of Muizenberg, outside of Capetown.   South African manufacturing plants were the last ones to build the entry level cars up until the late 2000s and both models are still hugely popular today, greatly defining the streetscapes of the cities. All bare bones and boxy, these affordable cars are like blank canvases that can be driven as they are or pimped out and completely converted under the hood to challenge modern supercars for a race.  

 
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Agnieszka Doroszewicz

Amount of Images: 12

 
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Markus Wendler

Amount of Images: 5

about the artwork
Mercedes G-Klasse. Dichte Weitwinkelfotografie aus extrem kurzer Distanz zur fahrenden G-Klasse zeichnet diese Strecke aus. Ungewöhnliche Dynamik und Action zieht den Betrachter mitten ins Geschehen. Im editorialenl One-Shot Gedanken sind diese Aufnahmen nicht composed. Pure Fortografie verknüpft mit brachialer Explosivität und dem archaischsten Geländefahrzeug. Stronger than time.

 
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Making Pictures

Amount of Images: 10

about the artwork
The Wade Brothers photographed Paralympic athletes for Toyota, the worldwide mobility partner for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

 
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Anke Luckmann

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
Lexus NX - Reflection Client: Lexus Canada Agecy: DentsuBos Production: HOLIDAY Local Production: 24/7 Art Director: Peter Gomes Writer/gcd: David Pigeon Agency Producer: Erica Metcalfe Photo Agent: Marta Calheiros Post Production: Harvest

 
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Sarah Kindermann | fraukindermann

Amount of Images: 12

about the artwork
 "Catanare" is the Venezuelan name for klunker, the English name for an old shabby car. In the oil richest country, where petrol costs 100% less than drinking water, these old cars are common in the daily Venezuelan street scape. In addition to private drivers, this type of vehicle is traditionally used as a collective taxi called "taxi por puesto" and is considered a cheap and flexible alternative to the regular taxi and waiting for the bus. It thus serves as a transport vehicle of a fixed start and end point, for example, the connection of two cities, towns or urbanizations. Depending on the agreement, the end point can be set by the passenger. The price for passenger transport is negotiated before departure and paid in cash when getting off. As Venezuela suffers from the worst economic crisis in its history in recent years, these rolling historic vehicles are slowly disappearing from the streets. Not that there is not enough petrol to fill their fuel tanks, the gasoline paradise has problems getting spare parts for their "Catanares" because of the economic embargo. To the detriment of the population thereby the public passenger transport worsens and has become a speculative object of the countrys hyperinflation.