We’re an advertising agency – we build brands.

To feed our curiosity and to keep each other inspired, we gather and display bits of our appetite for life, design, beauty and thought, giving you a taste of what inspires us in our work.

 Enjoy our view.

advertising / May 25, 2012

The Meaning of Life

Try to be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations. It is the conclusion of Monty Python’s brilliant film The Meaning of Life. We agree.


design + photography / May 21, 2012

Pin Art by Philip Karlberg

Photographer Philip Karlberg's photos are characterized by a pristine, near-perfect quality that nevertheless retains a suggestive secrecy. His works often involve visual clues, but this pin art series demands even more imagination of its viewer. It is a rarely seen technique requiring craftsmanship and a keen eye, which we can always appreciate. If you're unable to identify every one of them, look at their iconic glasses: Karl Lagerfeldt, John Belushi, Jackie O, Johnny Depp, Lady Gaga and Steve McQueen.

film + spiritual / May 21, 2012

Yoga refreshed

As you might know, we love yoga and we’re always searching for innovative ways to encourage people to discover the elevating pleasures of yoga. This short clip is definitely a step in the right direction. The beauty and serenity yoga lays upon its practitioner in the morning can initiate a wonderful day with a clear view. We hope we’ve inspired you to experience the delight of Yoga, for which the best place, of course, is Delight Yoga.

film + video / May 21, 2012

Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson

Wes Anderson is one of our favorite directors in both feature film and advertising. We especially appreciate his writing and art directing skills. With Moonrise Kingdom he’s yet again sketched a stylized version of the real world, thought through to the tiniest, quirkiest detail in the classic Anderson style. Anderson’s characters and stories have a certain bittersweetness you’re not likely to see from anyone else. Also check out the fairly odd fairytale-like film poster and the film’s website, which we’ve posted below.

design + photography / May 14, 2012

Kirschner Identity by Six

If you’re thinking about cycling up and down a couple of hills anytime soon, there’s no need to worry: your outfit has been taken care of by Kirschner.
This new cycling apparel brand from Brazil collaborated with SIX, a UK based design agency that developed everything from name and identity, right through to the apparel design and promotional collateral. We like its modern styling with vintage nuances, giving the brand its own unique identity. All you need is a bike to match.

source: www.madebysix.com
film + spiritual / May 14, 2012

Flight of the Frenchies

Just watch the video and you’ll feel what we mean. In your stomach – that is. So maybe not during lunchtime. We advice you to download the full movie anyway.   Sebastien Montaz-Rosset portrays people with a passion for life without fear and isn’t much of a chicken himself. So what’s the message? Face your fears. Whatever they are. Spirituality from the edge of a cliff. Now jump. Or click – coward.

advertising + photography / May 14, 2012

IWC by Peter Lindbergh

Every picture in this series makes you curious to see the next. You want to know the story. We especially appreciate the subtlety of the watches in the series.

On the other hand, with an all-star cast, a pile of cash and photographer Peter Lindbergh, you couldn’t expect the outcome to be any less – brilliant.

design + digital / May 11, 2012

76 Synthesizer

The analog funk finally found its digital way. This virtual analog monophonic synthesizer for the iPad is inspired by synthesizers from the 70’s, and combines playability with style. We’d like to encourage this movement and hope to see more of the old cool revived. As we like to say: don’t fake the funk – revive it.

source: synth76.com