Do you like working in your "office"? Thats a question for todays creatives, who would love to be in a space, which is not an office.
Gone are the days when companies would be looking for offices spaces, with cubicles ( for privacy and focus ) and driving their employees mad. The claustrophobia must have been unbearable. Then things progressed slightly, and the idea of open office spaces came about. That worked to a certain degree, with the bosses inside glass offices, like goldfish, keeping an eye on the productivity of the group. Both the ideas meant there was always a a burden of overheads like maintaining an office, its bills, its rents etc. That does'nt really sound interesting.
Now, there is a new age of working spaces, called shared spaces, which is something that tantalises our joint creative brains. The chance to work alongside different creatives, both freelance and small enterprises like us, who want to collaborate and share their ideas.There are no walls, in most places, there are shared resources like the same secretary taking messages, or the same huge conference rooms to meet your clients etc. Young companies like us can keep their costs low, and focus on their end product. There should'nt be restrictions placed on entrepreneurs and freelancers to operate, as they all want to work on their million dollar ideas in a space with some great minds, supported with up to date technology.
This is what we have been looking for. This is what we will get.
During the Haute Coture show in Dubai, Harpers Bazaar teams up with Mann to create these spherical moments as part of their exclusive editorial story. Open the link to see more.
Set in urban tones, the new story for LV is quite a charm for the viewers. Rush, movement followed by beautifully styled LV pieces by Keanoush Da Rosa, this is one of our favorite stories of the month. The story shows Keanoush's strength in mens fashion, is yet another creative opportunity for the upcoming mens fashion content market in UAE. We are looking forward to see more from Keanoush's mens fashion.
We love this minimalist and distinct approach to this cover. Hardly ever seen a cover like this, a face which is put sideways and the focus is on the miniature story. Derived from the idea of the Giant, we really think this cover stands out from the clutter of many of the magazines.
We love the simplicity of this film. Sharp silhouettes, poetic movements with black and white contrasts makes this film another iconic project by the Duo Karine & Oliver. London/Swiss team that visited Dubai over the recent months to shoot some the very modern works for many magazines. Check out the film below and their work in the WOLFPACK page.