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Temptation Art, 10

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August 2011
Magnum:  Temptation Art, 10

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It was in 2007, when Diver & Aguilar first started exploring the realms of high speed photography and special effects with their projects “light Mode Phantasm” & “Explosions”. Magnum has developed a technology, allowing them to include liquid filled chocolates into their Ice Creams. They Developed a new forming process based around continuous extrusions that allows them to shape in three dimensions whilst dosing the inclusions. Photographers Diver & Aguilar,were commissioned by Lola,to explore the possibilities of this concept.Producing “Art” by the creative reformulation of the ingredients. Testing the Big Bang theory,that everything is born out of matter,” we have created worlds within worlds, where anything is possible”. Firstly to imagine the possibilities, then to create the event, the artists worked with various techniques to capture their vision. Working with Detonators, Small explosives, High Speed trigger and Flash Photography at speeds of up to 1/2000 of a second.The calculations can be fed into the computer to predict the exact moment and therefore depth of the explosion or effect they wish to generate. The results,Unique infinite permutations from a world of chaos that paradoxically could only be created through very precise and technical calculations.The concept of Chaos has already had a lasting effect on science,It is only 50 years since Edward Lorenz first experiments on sensitive dependence and yet many academics believe that twentieth century science will be known for only three theories: Relativity,Quantum Mechanics and Chaos. “The flapping of a single butterfly’s wings today produces a tiny change in the state of atmosphere. Over a period of time, what the atmosphere actually does diverges from what it would of done.So in a month’s time, a tornado that would of devastated St louis doesn’t happen.Or maybe one that wasn’t going to happen does. “ Chaos theory has changed the way we perceive physics, no longer is it simply the study of subatomic protons in a billion dollar particle accelerator. Its presence now visible in all things universally; from nature and music to modern art. The Campaign was the brain child of Lola Agency in Madrid and the visuals will run as an all media print & digital motion campaign in over 20 countries.

Print advertisement created by LOLA, Spain for Magnum, within the category: Confectionery, Snacks.

Advertising Agency: Lola, Madrid, Spain
Executive Creative Director: Pablo Monzón
Creative Director: Gustavo Marioni
Photographers: Diver & Aguilar
Copywriter: Martín Feijoo
Art Buyer: Rachel Inton
Account Supervisor: María López-Chicheri
Advertiser's Supervisor: Mick Van Ettinger
Account Manager: Jorge Fesser
Planner: Erwin Flores
Art Director: Esteban Franco
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_tj_'s picture

I don't get it. Could I see another dozen or so iterations?

_tj_
Activity Score 133
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robinstam's picture

Instead of the elaborated, philosophical explanation, you can also write: 'we blew up icecreams and photographed it with a high shutter speed' ;-).

robinstam
Activity Score 215
Miami Ad School
Marlus Lau's picture

(Y)

Marlus Lau
Activity Score 1808
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blacksmurf's picture

@robinstam: LOL

seriously, 45 subjects for a sprout of chocolate is too much...

blacksmurf
Activity Score 200
Art Director |

easy to say "art director".

Vicente's picture

Cobb wasn't dreaming all along.

Vicente
Activity Score 24
Copywriter at home sweet home
Billoughsby's picture

OK.

Although I am humbled by the creative energy lavished on the rationale, Coke and Pepsi -- among others -- have been using splashing product in their ads for decades. So this is more "a nicely finessed take on an old chestnut" than anything else.

Is all that talk just a little silly?

Billoughsby
Activity Score 5154
Art Director |

That's it.

kleenex's picture

too many even if they all looked good.

kleenex
Activity Score 58793
Web Designer/Developer
fotdot's picture

What so tempting for flowers? I don't eat flowers.

fotdot
Activity Score 674
Creative Director
dean viii's picture

In response tot he long technical explanation, Helvetica is not a concept. besides,t he whole exploding things has been done. Sorry.

dean viii
Activity Score 1686
Creative Director
ishiboy's picture

Whoa! What's with the explanation???

ishiboy
Activity Score 497
Creative Director at Mumbai, India
shahidali's picture

It should have been Magnum Boom. Where's the temptation? Its not a photographic competition. Where's the ad?

shahidali
Activity Score 4067
Dhaka, Bangladesh |

shahid

HappyHour's picture

You could've achieved this effect in photoshop in a couple hours (I'm not entirely convinced you didn't). Should've spent more time coming up with an idea.

HappyHour
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This is not ad
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_tj_'s picture

I don't get it. Could I see another dozen or so iterations?

_tj_
Activity Score 133
Copywriter at tamm + kit |

tjarch.ca | good copy/bad copy

HTG¡'s picture

After a while all these ads look like something my monkey throws on the walls. Unless he did that on the ads already.

HTG¡
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Art Director at my head
Roger Keynes's picture

Or inspired by the end result of one too many Sangria's over looong Spanish ad lunch? ;)

Roger Keynes
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Roger Keynes's picture

Woah. So, how long was the ad brief?
Sorry guys.
Done-diddly-un.

Roger Keynes
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jackblack's picture

I'd love ice cream all over my face.

jackblack
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Troll's picture

It's like watching a car accident happen over and over and over and over again.

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