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featured by POP. : GoSee welcomes NEW entry POP., post production from Hamburg; we present you the wonderful job for the MERCEDES-BENZ EQS with photographer David Daub as an introduction

NEW at GoSee is POP., the creative production studio headquartered in Hamburg with a focus on art direction, CGI, photography and post production. With more than 10 years of experience, POP. offers award-winning services in cooperation with the world’s best agencies and brands. The agency was founded by Florian Schmucker and Jonas Ellerbrock.

POP. Postproduction offers you look development, high-end post production and composing from an individual motif to global cross-media campaigns. The agency’s circle of clients include photographers, advertising agencies, graphic designers, publishing houses, and artists.

We present you the extremely glamorous motifs photographed by David DAUB c/o WILDFOX RUNNING for the MERCEDES-BENZ EQS, post-produced by POP. The future is electric and intelligent. Intelligent electro-mobility – that’s what the Mercedes-EQ stands for…  EQ represents the two Mercedes-Benz brand values, emotion and intelligence, and comprises all essential aspects of customer-oriented e-mobility.

Styling by Peninah Amanda, hair & make-up by Helena Narra, location by Holger Oloff Geissler and produced by CLAAS CROPP in Berlin. GoSee : daimler.com////eq-marke-neupop.cool
29.09.2021 show complete article


featured by GoSee FASHION : SENNHEISER headphones campaign with styling by Réka Maria Probst c/o FREDA+WOOLF

Stylist Réka Maria PROBST c/o FREDA + WOOLF worked on the launch campaign of SENNHEISER’s new in-ear audiophile wired headphones with David Daub c/o WILDFOXRUNNING and hair & make-up by Patricia Heck c/o NINA KLEIN.

How Réka made her dream of becoming a stylist come true? While studying Fashion Design, she noticed that whenever she was designing, she would place the piece of clothing into a context and tend to think more about an atmosphere or situation than the piece of clothing itself. She was soon determined to bring this vision to life and create the images she had imagined. After studying Men’s Fashion, she supported the Fashion department of Süddeutsche Zeitung magazine, before moving to Berlin to work for Interview Germany. In the almost three years of working as a fashion editor for Interview, her style developed into what it is today: a conceptional interplay of colors and proportions, which have an agitating, very positive effect on viewers. Following the successful launch of L’Officiel Germany, for which she set up the Fashion department, Réka decided to dedicate her work entirely to her freelance projects. Today, Réka lives in Berlin and loves to travel around the world for her jobs.

Among her clients are Aeyde, Apropos, Closed, Daimler, Davidoff, Dermafique, L’Officiel Germany, Interview Germany, Iphoria, Kat Frankie, King Kong Magazine, Levi’s, Liebeskind, Malaika Raiss, The Medley Institute, Vein Magazine … and photographers with whom she has worked include Adrian Crispin, Julia Grossi, Christian Hagemann, Sascha Heintze, Patrick Hui, Kirchknopf & Grambow, Jan Lehner, Jonas Lindström, Sara Merz, Mark Pillai, Sabrina Theissen, Cathleen Wolf, and Nicole Maria Winkler.
01.09.2021 show complete article


#OhneGastroKeinHappyEnd campaign by illustrator Bastian PREUSSGER c/o WILDFOX RUNNING for Kolle Rebbe

Bastian PREUSSGER c/o WILDFOX RUNNING illustrated the motifs for the #OhneGastroKeinHappyEnd campaign, for which agency Kolle Rebbe teamed up with Hamburg-based restaurateur Jo Riffelmacher – former art director at Jung von Matt – to support the hospitality industry which has suffered so badly from the Corona crisis. Client of the campaign #OhneGastroKeinHappyEnd is the industry network Leaders Club. Front and center in the poster and social media campaign are well-known films and series which would have ended quite sadly had it not been for all the restaurants, clubs and cafés.
27.07.2021 show complete article