‘We don’t believe in the normal way of doing something’ – Dan Wieden talks to Design Indaba
Our launch campaign for the new Audi TT is proving quite popular despite a minor typo.
Launch event animation
Some days are better than others. And in this building we’re a little partial to the first of April.
33 years ago, on the 1st of April, two guys did something fairly foolish: they quit their jobs and founded an agency. This agency, in fact. And this is why every year, while everyone else is consumed by fake headlines and bad pranks, we raise a glass (or, if we’re being honest, a successive bunch of glasses) to those two men, and to bad ideas with great consequences.
The 33rd Annual Founders’ Day Ball included red carpets, black ties, award ceremonies, and more drunken acceptance speeches than you can shake a swizzle stick at.
Wieden+Kennedy Delhi and Motherland are in Mumbai for a fortnight.
If you saw Motherland’s Military issue, you’ve already seen a little peek into Max Pincker’s super photo series Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty, and we loved it so much we brought it back for another round at this show, part of the city-wide Focus Photography Festival.
Curated by Bharat Sikka, the exhibition runs from March 13-26, daily 6-9pm at The Vintage Garden, 34D Patkar Bungalow, behind Snip Salon & Spa, Turner Road, Bandra (West).
Here is a sneak peek of the exhibition: