Brief Explanation: FACES OF EVIL this is the theme of Hans Weish䵰ls book and art project, which shows the thirteen cruellest and most infamous dictators of the last century as they have never been seen before: naked, uncensored, close-up and vulnerable. The portraits were created from separate photographs of over 350 people from the countries that suffered from their dictatorial regimes. Describe the brief from the client: Project for our own publishing company. Description of how you arrived at the final design: Hitlers portrait has been carefully constructed from photographs of 37 different people. His nose belongs to an estate agent from Berlin, his upper lip to a locksmith in Dresden. His hair is put together from the hair of an artist in Weiden and a ranger in Bamberg. The chin stems from a Hamburg restaurant owner, the eyes are those of a bank advisor in Frankfurt, the lachrymal sacks are from a precision mechanic in BautzenEvery wrinkle, eyebrow and mole has been replicated true to the original. Indication of how successful the outcome was in the market: 2 book presentations in Frankfurt and Leipzig (Germany), 5 exhibitions in europe, more than 200 press reactions around the world, more than 1000 google entries.
Type of Entry: Corporate or Brand Identity Category: Books Title: FACES OF EVIL Advertiser/Client: DAS COMITEE Product/Service: PUBLISHING COMPANY Entrant Company: DAS COMITEE Hamburg, GERMANY Design/Advertising Agency: DAS COMITEE Hamburg, GERMANY Creative Credits Name Company Position Hans Weish䵰l Das Comitee Creative Director Janet Riedel Das Comitee Graphic Designer Dirk Silz Das Comitee Creative Director Helen Zeggai Das Comitee Brand Manager Hans Weish䵰l Das Comitee Photographervia www.coloribus.com