The very last issue of 2014 bears a cover illustrated by Bruno Nakano for Leo Burnett Sydney’s McCafé campaign.
Inside the magazine, the interview deals with the – not very Christmassy – subject of breasts: Camille Paglia, Professor at the University of Arts in Philadelphia talks about the way have been presented in popular culture.
In the digital section, Razvan Capanescu, CCO at Leo Burnett London and Bucharest, shares his picks. Plus the finest campaigns in TV, print and digital from around the world.1
The collection of top-class illustration work that awaits you was selected from a total of more than 5,100 submissions received from 1,050 illustrators based in no fewer than 67 countries, thus making it a truly international affair.
The final selection was made by: Michael Weinzettl (Lürzer's Archive), Matthew Eve (art/design historian and illustrator), Craig Frazier (Illustration Designer), Anne Telford (editor-at-large, Communication Arts), Gideon Amichay (NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, YES, New York) and Tolga Büyükdoganay (Ogilvy & Mather/ Frankfurt am Main).
Nicolas Duménil & Jacques Denain
Nicolas Duménil and Jacques Denain are creatives at Paris agency, Herezie.
"The best piece of creative work around at the moment is 'Bentley Burial'. A simple but brilliant idea, with no budget at all, which caught the attention of thousands of journalists and revealed that they came for something way more important than a billionaire’s whim. Genius!"