Made of vinyl and touring different cities, The Red Ball Project is a project conceived by artist Kurt Perschke. “Through the magnetic, playful, and charismatic nature of the Red Ball, the work is able to access the imagination embedded in all of us,” states the artist. A few American cities have had the pleasure of hosting the large red ball as well as international cities such as Taipai, Sydney, Aru Dhabi, and Barcelona.
A happy follow-up to this previous post.
Too often the public never gets to see the results of a project like this. Limited Edition is where Sydney's shelter animals were put up for adoption in a highly creative way. Twenty-one of Australia's top photographers donated their time and expertise to shoot one-off portraits of 63 animals for Sydney Dogs & Cats Home (SDCH).The results? All of the portraits were sold, which raised thousands of dollars for SDCH. Most importantly, all of the animals, except for two, found loving homes (as you can see in these photos).
Congratulations to creative agency M&C Saatchi for pulling off this successful campaign.“We couldn’t have hoped for a better outcome. More importantly, lives were saved, and we are very happy about that.” - M&C Saatchi Senior Creative Jason Woelfl
Now showing throughout Sydney Australia's bus shelters are posters of animals up for adoption. These aren't your typical pictures of homeless pets. These adorably cute animals have been shot by 21 of Australia's top photographers for a project called Limited Edition. Put on by Sydney Dogs and Cats Home, the creative project had each of the 21 photographers shoot three cats or dogs resulting in 63 one-off prints."The photographers were asked to bring out the personality of each animal. And just like the animals at the Home, each print is unique. All prints are signed 1 of 1 by the artist."
Full gallery here
Agency: M&C Saatchi
See the results here.
I applaud Saatchi for doing this. This left me literally in goosebumps.
Agency: M&C Saatchi - Sydney, Australia