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Famous Paintings Recreated Using Thousands of Color Pencils

Published 4 years ago

Last year we’ve featured Faber-Castell’s Amazing Spiral Pen Drawings, and now they come back with another beautiful ad campaign.

To promote Faber-Castell’s top-of-the-line range of “Artist Color Pencils”, Ogilvy & Mather Singapore re-created well-known masterpieces such as Vincent Van Gogh’s “Terrace Cafe at Night” and Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” using thousands of color pencils as the medium itself.

The final piece looks so good, that I’d love to hang it on my wall!

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Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore
Chief Creative Officer: Steve Back
Creative Directors: Troy Lim, Jon Loke
Art Directors: David Stevanov, Kairong Ku, Si Hui Heng, Jon Loke
Copywriters: Adeline Siow, Troy Lim
Illustrators: Dash Kadam, Inessa Loh, Loh Yi Qi, Danny Ong, Alicia Tan, Joycie Koor, Brandon Sim
Photographers: Jimmy Fok, Calibre Pictures
Account Managers: Shirley Tay, Ng Hui Min
Retoucher: Lay Leng

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