Men's luxury retailer Alfred Dunhill launches the Autumn/Winter "Voice" campaign, which features well-known, inspirational male figures talking about their experiences and outlook on life. This season, the brand has enlisted actor John Hurt, designer/artist Jamie Hewlett, director James Marsh and architect David Adjaye.
Hurt talks about the lunacy of answering emails as they arrive, Hewlett about drawing pictures, Marsh about the joy of small achievements and Adjaye about 40,000 years of architectural thinking, in these nicely-shot, black and white clips from full-length films, which appear on the brand's Facebook page.
For the Spring/Summer season, the brand had worked with Olympians Matthew Pinsent, Iain Percy and Louis Smith. Sir David Frost, violinist Charlie Siem and artist Harland Miller have also been featured in previous executions.