Print advertisment created by Jung von Matt, Germany for MTV, within the category: Media.
Aberdeen in February 1981: on his fourteenth birthday, a lanky young man is faced with a decision. Bicycle or guitar? If the opts for the bike, he’ll save himself bloody fingers and stress from the neighbours. He doesn't spare himself the stress with ignorant assholes. He doesn't keep still, but he's too quiet. His self doubt about growing ever stronger. As are the pains in his stomach. He doesn't find an outlet, but he does discover heroin. He takes high doses and goes right down. A shotgun prevents the impact. Aberdeen in February 1981. Kurt Cobain decides against the bicycle.
Executive Creative Director: Armin Jochum, Götz Ulmer
Art Directors: Angela Bolliger, Johannes Riffelmacher
Copywriters: Jonathan Schröder, Christian Suntinger
Photographers: Stephan Försterling, Marco Pape
Typography: Angela Bolliger, Johannes Riffelmacher
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