Prince Claus Conservatory Groningen: Airinstruments, Spring Variations

The students of the conservatory preform multiple times a year. It is very worthwhile to enjoy these top musicians of tomorrow. By completely removing the cello, trumpet or flute the interaction between the talent and the instrument becomes explicitly visible.

Advertising Agency: Dizain, Groningen, The Netherlands
Art Director: Roel Tiemessen
Copywriter: Erik Meijerink
Photographer: Peter Tahl
Additional credits: Students of the Prince Claus conservatory

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Phil Lestino's picture
Phil Lestino
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Can't see that the instrument being explicitly visible is better than being actually visible....she looks like she is enjoyng a rather long baguette;-)

Wordfruit's picture
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Is the idea that without live music (instruments) we're missing something in our lives?

If so, could a line of copy help make the idea clearer?

dean viii's picture
dean viii
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I just threw up in my mouth. For many reasons.

kleenex's picture
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why??? Why get rid of the instruments???

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Emily Blawyn
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