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Summer Break 2009

Sunday afternoon I completed one of the most rewarding projects this year. A Gap Ad-like art project featuring all of my son's second grade classmates. A couple of weeks ago, my brother-in-law and I photographed the children in the classroom. I explained my job as an art director for advertising, and told them that they were all "Talent" or "Models" for my project.

Today I went back to unveil the final product via a big screen presentation complete with music. I described the "client presentation" process, and told them they were the clients. They were very good clients, since they liked everything. I gave them each "leave behinds" of an 13 x 19 archival giclee (poster print suitable for framing) and a DVD rom with images and the presentation movie. They were soooo happy, it left me with a stupid grin on my face all day.

This is part II of a 4-part series. Last school year I did a winter scene titled "Snow Day 2007". Only two seasons left!

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December 11, 2007Comments are off for this post.

Snow Day 2007

Today I completed one of the most rewarding projects this year. A Gap Ad-like art project featuring all of my daughter's first grade classmates. Exactly one week ago, my brother-in-law and I took photos of all of the kids wearing their winter gear. I explained my job as an art director for advertising, and told them that they were all "Talent" or "Models" for my project.

Today I went back to unveil the final product via a bigscreen projection complete with music. I described the "client presentation" process, and told them they were the clients. They were very good clients, since they liked everything. I gave them all "leave behinds" of a poster print and a DVD rom with images and the presentation movie. And also one giant poster mounted on foamcore for the classroom. They were really psyched.

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