This September Harvey Nichols opened a new store in Bristol. As part of their opening campaigns they like to integrate something that its representative of each specific city. And, in Bristol, who-else is more recognizable than our good old Wallace and Gromit? And, of course, the very glamorous Lady T.
Now even Wallace and (a reluctant) Gromit wear designer suits and accessories. I was involved in the making of this campaign produced by John Woolley. Directed by Nick Park: the very talented Debbie Smith and Graham Maiden did their magic in the model-making department and Loyd Price and I did our sculpting and posing to camera on the studio floor (with the lovely, lovely team: DDB London, Harvey Nichols and the photographers). It was a very intensive yet amazing job and it is very rewarding to see these images all over Bristol!
Labels: Harvey Nichols, Wallace and Gromit