We were faced with a task of turning the tennis ball into a business symbol. We tried hypnotising that green fuzzy ball for a while and after several hours we had a transcendental experience. A vision. A revelation. All of a sudden, we could see a graph that was rising and falling. Eureka! There are lots of ways how to be creative. More about the campaign in the section Our work.Skip to next section
In Czechia, finding a photo model who is 50+ is a problem. We managed to convince a Russian army vet. We were ready for anything. Instead of a machine gun the fine fellow flashed a winning smile. He nearly fainted in the scorching heat and the studio spotlights but he never complained. Thanks to him the strong headline got an equal partner in the attractive visual. More about the campaign in the section Our work.Skip to next section
Forget about clowns with red noses, let tigers out of the cage. This is New Circus. Tons of acrobatics, expressive dancing and one little boy. You are watching bodies flying through the air as if unaffected by gravity and you are thinking if this is not the most surreal experience ever. The next day you get to work and create a visual. You add two logos and two websites. More about the campaign in the section Our work.
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1960s. New York. Advertising. This is how we wanted to look and how we wanted to feel. Check out our website and you will have to admit that there is something about going to work all suited up. Our thank-yous for amazing photos go to Tomáš, whose pictures will be appearing not only on our website but also in other Luftballon materials, and to always pretty Aneta Parris.Skip to next section