The Bruno Pieters Spring/Summer 2010 ad campaign portrays a minimalist form of photography. Iekeliene Stange, shot by Frederik Heyman in this futuristic, eerie ad, looks stunning in every shot.
The simple layout and well-lit setting of these prints allows the eclectic ambiance to fit well together despite the difference in the contrasting backgrounds.
Simple and strange, this campaign is sure to engage its audience and leave them wondering and wanting more.
Implications - With North American society becoming increasingly stressful on consumers, minimalist designs are becoming attractive to the general population because of its ability to lessen stress. Corporations looking to gain an edge over their competition may consider using minimalist designs for their products.
Bruno Pieters' Spring 2010 Campaign Is Through The Roof (And Walls)
1. Minimalist Fashiontography - The minimalist approach to fashion photography has the potential to attract consumers looking for stress-reducing designs.
2. Well-lit Settings in Photography - The use of well-lit settings in photography can create a suitable ambiance for minimalist designs, making it an opportunity for photographers and designers.
3. Futuristic, Eerie Ad Campaigns - The use of futuristic, eerie ad campaigns has the potential to engage audiences and leave them wanting more. This trend is an opportunity for creative agencies to experiment with advertising styles.
1. Fashion Industry - Minimalist fashiontography and well-lit settings in photography can improve the visuals of fashion brands and can be integrated in their marketing campaigns.
2. Interior Design Industry - The minimalist approach used in fashiontography can be applied in interior design, making it an opportunity for architects and interior designers to incorporate minimalist designs in their projects.
3. Advertising Industry - Futuristic, eerie ad campaigns, like the one used in the Bruno Pieters Spring/Summer 2010 campaign, can be an innovative and engaging approach for creative agencies in advertising.