Film by A.Pizzalis
Video Roberti | Scichilone
Talents involved | Francisco Porcella (in the video),
Marcello Ascani, Mattia Bonavida,
With the aim of telling the story of Talisker's connection to the sea, four #wildspirits, image-thieving travelers, have been selected for a two-day lighthouse experience.
The lighthouse conceived as a symbol of departure, of moving away from the coast, but above all as a symbol of returning home. The four wild spirits have been questioned on three fundamental aspects of their indomitable nature.
what drives you to go? What does being a wild spirit mean to you? but above all, what does it always bring you back home?
And the world gets a new perspective, the “different” is simply “new”.
For the FW 19/20 press day Attila&Co presents its customers’ collections and last innovations within a suggestive and creative frame born from the unusual meeting of two stories: the tea and the first moon landing, this year celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Uncommon, and yet metaphorically in line with one of the most discussed contemporary themes: innovation and heritage, the elsewhere and the different. East and West. The Earth and the Moon.
Video by A.Pizzalis
Soundtrack ORION | Nicolò Chenet
As in the progress of civilization, so in the creative one, there is evolution only by putting together disparate pieces, irreconcilable at first glance. A constant experimentation of new languages.
The result is a first cultural, then aesthetic, then temporal friction. A research made of various references. Wes Anderson, pottery, CRT monitors and old videos from the Nasa archive. The end of the ‘60s, seen from the intimate perspective of provincial living rooms.
Pieces of daily life, fixed in that moment in which the words were pronounced “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.
A bed of rough pottery. Uneven and greyish, as the surface of the melancholy satellite. Armchairs, cups and teaspoons in 1,62 m/s2 gravity.
An intimate view inside the life of a "Londoner in Milan".
Attila&Co press day
"Brand communication meets contemporary art and social responsibility"
The main objective is to create a visual conversation between the post-pop art of Pablo Llana and the urgent matter of preserving the ocean. We’ve chosen Pablo’s art because of simple statement he made about his work: “Garbage ends up in the seas and in our environment. The pigment comes from nature, so today in our century I get it from all the plastic” .
With provocative attitude Pablo underlines the fact that garbage somehow became as “easy to find in nature” as color pigment. We use Pablo’s art, along with our clients products, to get an important message through: all this doesn’t have to end up in the ocean.
Covering over two-thirds of our blue planet, the ocean makes it habitable. It is at the origin of all life on Earth and affects each of our lives: it is the source of our freshwater and of half the oxygen we breathe; it also influences our climate and weather. Our ocean provides food, medicine, and mineral and energy resources. It supports a multitude of life forms and shapes the Earth’s characteristics. For this season’s press day we’ve chosen to support a very important cause: preserving it.
We believe the most powerful ways to get a message through are ART (say something) and ACTION (do something). That’s why for this season we are involving an artist and a direct-action movement.