R/GA honored for its digital campaign, featuring VR by Jim Fiscus, for Samsung’s Rihanna/ANTIdiaRy collaboration

R/GA won a Graphite Pencil in the Branding/Digital Brand Expression category at this year’s D&AD Awards for its campaign promoting Rihanna’s album ANTIdiaRy. The campaign centered on an app comprising eight 360-degree environments, or rooms, that viewers could explore by moving their phone around. Jim Fiscus shot VR, stop-motion photography, stills, closeups, and backplates for […]

Brinson+Banks on shooting an image library for Samsung in Hawaii and Iceland

“When we aren’t working, we’re dreaming up our next trip. Often, that’s just a couple of days exploring California in our VW Westfalia van with our dogs,” explain Brinson+Banks, who share their adventures on Instagram with the hashtag #WestCoastExplorersClub and on their website. “So last fall, when the amazing team at Edelman reached out to […]

Samsung commissions Nigel Cox for campaign promoting its high-tech washing machines

Melanie Acevedo shoots ad campaign for Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge and Note5

TracyLocke in Dallas commissioned Melanie Acevedo to photograph a lifestyle-based campaign for Samsung‘s Galaxy S6 edge and Note5. The shoot took place this past July, and other than Melanie’s fantastic images it was notable for the stifling Texas heat and the scrumptious food at Mesa Mayo. “I was so full I could barely make it […]

Michael Muller shoots gladiator-themed ad for Samsung

Michael Muller recently shot an ad for the Samsung Curved UHD TV based on the concept of a Roman coliseum—because, well, it’s curved—filled with gladiators. The shoot took place in an old quarry in New Zealand. Here’s a look… . . .

Steven Lippman shoots image library for Samsung

Steven Lippman recently photographed an image library showcasing Samsung‘s smart TVs. Steven, who shot the images over a two-day period in New York City, created these photos almost entirely in camera, including the flare, which adds depth and interest to the photos. “My approach is always to capture as much as I possibly can in […]