Ray-Ban: Rare Prints

A many layered thing.

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Saiman Chow, who has just signed with Blacklist, New York for US representation, directed this stop motion spot for Ray Ban. It was based on an existing print ad for Ray-Ban featuring nesting dolls. Chow used a broad range of materials to create the piece; the model's head is made with clay, the skull from yarn, and the beard from colored paper. The spot is the latest in the 'Never Hide' series for Ray-Ban via Marcel, Paris.

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Date
Nov 16, 2011
Agency:
Marcel
Client:
Ray-Ban
Creative Director:
Sebastien Vacherot
Writer:
Sebastian Piacentini
Artwork:
La Boca
Art Director:
Bastien Grisolet
Production Company:
Blacklist
Director:
Saiman Chow
TV Producer:
Cleo Ferenczi
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