Eva Kolenko Shares Vision With VSP

Godfrey Q & Partners called on Kolenko for a challenging but exciting assignment: shoot lifestyle stills and motion on location from a first person perspective celebrating the emotional benefits of good eyesight.  Shooting three overarching narratives over three days, Eva utilized a special rigging for the cameras at times that allowed the talent to wear them, capturing the believable, Go-Pro perspective needed without compromising resolution.  Agency Credits:  ECD: Paul Hicks; CD: Jeff Nee; AD:  Dana Gross; CW:  Bryan Dempler; Producer: Bridgette Myers; Account Mgr:  Sarah Greggor;  Production: Producer: Carmel Cottingham; Production Coord: Michelle Stauffer; Camera Assts:  Amber McKee & Paul Davies; Wardrobe:  Deb Depolito; Props: Nissa Quanstrom; Groomer: Tricia Turner

Could Commercial Art Save the World?

Judging by the diversity of our Behance followers, digital art, photography and other forms of commercial imagery definitely attract people of different cultures, which is a start, isn’t it? Here’s of list of the places our followers live:

Slovakia, United Kingdom, Brazil, Egypt, France, Peru, Poland, China, Italy, Canada, Colombia,Taiwan, Belgium, France, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Mexico, Turkey, Russia, Pakistan, Austria, Iraq, Ecuador, Vietnam, Germany, Ukraine, India, Indonesia, Spain, Finland, Bulgaria, Belarus, Mongolia, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, South Korea, Venezuela, Columbia, Syria, Netherlands, Croatia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Yemen, Qatar, New Zealand, Guatemala, Chile, Argentina, Romania, Pakistan, Republic of Georgia, Kuwait, Nigeria, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Gaza Palestinian Territory, Bangladesh, Malta, Iran, Kosovo, Jordan, Denmark, Portugal, Sweden, El Salvador, Philippines, Tunisia, Serbia, Hungary - oh, and the US.

Thanks to Electric Art and their Schick project for pumping up our Behance following.

Zachary Scott Goes Animal for Benefit Cosmetics

We LOVE Benefit Cosmetics! Zack’s most recent effort for them, Roller Lash, just launched in stores. Working with Hatch Design in SF, Zack and team created a retro hair salon with a twist to highlight the new mascara technology. Woof! Credits include: Benefit Cosmetics: CD: Hannah Malott; AD: Megan Fletcher; Sr. Designer: Emily Williams; Production Mgr: Jennifer McDonald. Hatch Design: CD: Joel Templin. Producer: Megan Sluiter; Wardrobe Stylist: Gillean McLeod; Props & Sets: Kendall & Meagan Faeth; Make-up: Stephanie Daniel; Hair: Carlos Ortiz. Here’s the ad plus a few b-t-s images.

Eva Kolenko Teams With Landor

Landor Associates in SF brought Kolenko in to shoot design concepts for a line of new products for ThinkThin last spring, then asked her to shoot the hero imagery for the packaging that ultimately rolled out starting in February 2015. We just got our hands on the final on-pack samples and think they look great. Design Director: Anastasia Laksmi; Food Stylist: Lillian Kang; Props: Glenn Jenkins

Eva Kolenko Redefines Mall Food

Westfield San Francisco Center brought Eva Kolenko and team in to create appetite appeal for an array of eatery choices at the mall through some beautiful food porn, and as you can see, the effort succeeded. CD: Peter Donnelly; Sr. Designer: Phuong Ngyuen; CW: Joyce Pennell; Producer: Carmel Cottingham; Food Stylist: Robyn Valarik; Prop Stylist: Glenn Jenkins

Electric Art Creates Mayhem for St. George Insurance

What’s the worst that could happen?! In the home insurance business, attacks by aliens and King Kong-sized gorillas would certainly be considered for that list! Using stock background photography and their considerable cgi and retouching skills, EA humorously depicts those unlikely scenarios in a campaign by Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney. Credits include: CD: Darren Borrino; Art Director: Simon O’Neill; Copywriter: Rob Cartlidge; Art Buyer: Skye Houghton

Zachary Scott’s Grooming Magic for BIC Razors

Using BIC Razors will not only tame your facial hair, but bring out your suave side. That’s the premise for a new campaign from Cramer-Krasselt AD Jimmy Deitzen and shot by Scott. The work launched in the US and will be moving to Canada this spring, and along with print and packaging, will include some nifty interactive banners that allow the viewer to transform the look of the talent using their mouse. Thanks to our killer crew for helping Zack crank out another winner: Producer: Megan Sluiter; PA: Eniko Perhacs; Assistants: Danny Ventrella and Dennis Ayuson; Groomer: Stephanie Daniel; Wardrobe: Gillean McLeod; and Prop Asst: Max Duck.

Electric Art Collaborates on Daniel Johns Album

Working with photographer Aref, EA helped create the moody cover art for former Silverchair frontman, Daniel Johns’ first solo album cover art. Johns is one of Australia’s most influential performing artists, and EA is one of the country’s premier creative retouching/cgi/production studios, so it’s a great match up. Wanna hear the first track released? Go here: http://bit.ly/1LVhh5m for some “Aerial Love”,

Eva Kolenko Shoots Starbucks

Starbucks recently introduced dessert-inspired latte flavors and hired Eva Kolenko to shoot imagery for the POP materials to launch them. Big thanks to our crew: Robyn Valarik our food stylist, and Kelly Allen who helped with all the props. Loved working with the whole team at Starbucks.. Drew Wilson (AD/CD) and Jodi Morrison and Beth Wing (Art Producers). Bring on that sweet caffeine goodness!

Electric Art Creates Bugs for Bayer

Working with Redhanded, Melbourne, this campaign launches a new product from Bayer called Poncho Plus that protects crops from a range of pests. Each little pest was sprayed with platinum & photographed by an electron microscope at the CSIRO in Geelong and blown up to 500 times their size. EA worked through the vast array of supplied microscopic black & white captures & pieced together the little critters, then colorized them & enhanced their tiny scary little features. Agency: Redhanded; ECD: Paul Hand; CD Tim Forte; GCD/CW: Dan Forrestal; Microscopy: Colin Veitch

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