Recent Work by Erik Almås

VAUGHAN HANNIGAN would like to share recent work by Erik Almås. Erik’s images often depict a journey in nature. Instinctively, Erik observes color and space in relation to the vastness of the landscape.

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Erik Almas + California Tourism

Erik Almas recently partnered up with California Tourism for a shoot at the Chapellet Winery overlooking Napa Valley. For a closer look, be sure to check out the behind the scenes video below.

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Recent Work from VAUGHAN HANNIGAN Illustrators

Tetsuya Toshima, based in tokyo, was one of four illustrators Baku Magazine commissioned to illustrate Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Anne Ulku teamed up with Futuralbum to redesign cover art for Flaming Lips, Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Alongside of Futuralbum, she also redesigned the Blibical verse for God Creates Woman for Man for a project called Old and New. Anne also partnered up with Ecolab to create an illustration for Water Risk Monetizer, an agency that provides tools to help determine the costs of water in new developments.

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Tetsuya Toshima for Baku Magazine


Tetsuya Toshima for Baku Magazine


Anne Ulku for Old and New, God Creates Woman for Man


Anne Ulku for Futuralbum, Flaming Lips


Anne Ulku for Ecolab, Water Risk Monetizer

On The Road with Braschler/Fischer

Braschler/Fischer has been partnering with reinsurance giant, Swiss Re, over the past few years. Recently, they have been busy traveling to Abu Dhabi to shoot a new project, Solar Impulse. Below are some Behind-The-Scenes images and info about the shoot!

“We did this shoot for Swiss Re, who is one of the main sponsors of Solar Impulse. We photographed the two initiators and pilots, Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg together with their plane. Solar Impulse is a one of a kind solar plane that is only powered by solar energy. The end of February, Piccard and Borschberg will start a staged around the world trip with their plane. If they succeed they will be the first ones to have circled the globe in a solar plane. They will start their adventure from Abu Dhabi.” – Braschler/Fischer

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Greg Williams + UNICEF

Greg recently partnered up with UNICEF to photograph football legend, David Beckham and music star, Robbie Williams, both longstanding Unicef Ambassadors. Greg photographed Beckham and Williams, fathers themselves, demonstrating the need to protect children from danger. The images have been released to highlight a new Unicef UK campaign to protect children from violence, disease, hunger and the chaos of war and disaster.

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Greg Williams – Bentley Signature Touch by Vertu

Greg Williams recently teamed up with Bentley to create a print and video campaign for the new Bentley Signature Touch made by Vertu. The Vertu for Bentley is a 13-megapixel Hasselblad camera phone with a sleek Grade 5 titanium casing and leather quilted trim to match Bentley styling.

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VAUGHAN HANNIGAN – Happy Holidays!

After another great year, we’d like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday! Below is a selection of favorite images produced over the past year by our artists.

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Martin Schoeller + TBWA + Infiniti

Martin recently teamed up with advertising agency, TBWA, to create a new ad for the 2015 Infiniti QX80.

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Julia Fullerton-Batten + VCCP + O2 + Samsung

Julia recently partnered up with London-based creative agency, VCCP, to create a holiday campaign for O2 advertising their Samsung phones, tablets and smart watches.

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Martin Schoeller + Grey Worldwide + Ally Bank

For the below, Martin partnered with Grey Worldwide to shoot ads for Ally Bank, a bank with no branches.

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