I saw the creative and I said, "Holy shit, this is amazing!
But "Get Out" remains the focus as the awards season unfolds. It's also received a Golden Globe nomination, though, bizarrely, in the musical and comedy category, a move that seems to marginalize the film's profound social commentary.
Maybe that's why the brand is famous for a cool authenticity that doesn't take itself too seriously, as evidenced by its website, which is more a place to entertain than sell thanks to its famously funny product descriptions. Luke Skywalker at rave." Koizumi also inhabits a hallowed place among gamers as a godfather of "Super Mario Bros." He's been involved in the Mario universe since the '90s and worked on classics like "Super Mario 64" and "The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time." Most recently, he produced for the Switch "Super Mario Odyssey," a travel-themed game that sends the beloved character into new kingdoms.
Its Palace-Adidas reflective bucket hat, for instance, is described as "My actual fave. A former film student, Koizumi is known for his emphasis on story elements and creativity.
Before being promoted to global chief creative officer at Publicis, Bruno Bertelli had won accolades for his bold, authentic work on Heineken at Publicis Italy, where he was CEO and executive creative director.
Campaigns like a responsible-drinking spot that showed strong women ignoring heavy imbibers to the tune of Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out for a Hero" helped the agency secure the brewer's worldwide business without a review; not long after, in May 2016, Bertelli received his new title.
A 2015 Brooklyn Museum retrospective examined the way in which Wiley deconstructs, as the show's catalog put it, "the politics of representation by portraying contemporary African-American men and women using the conventions of traditional European portraiture." Translation: He paints black people, from LL Cool J to fellow visual artist Wangechi Mutu as the type of towering, heroic figures art history has reserved for white people.