A worldwide art heist is all down to Samsung

Gary Freedman directs fun spot for Adam&Eve/DDB promoting TV artwork screens

Published On
Aug 05, 2019

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Prized artworks from around the world go missing in a fun new spot from Samsung -- but there's an explanation. 

In the ad, promoting Samsung's QLED technology for its TVs, we see frames in famous museums and galleries suddenly going empty, causing consternation among staff, visitors and forensic experts trying to get tot the bottom of it all.  Eventually it's revealed that the cause is man looking at the artworks on his Samsung TV screen, which displays art in "stunning detail" when the TV is off. 

The spot was created by Adam&Eve/DDB, and directed by Gary Freedman via Independent Films. It's running globally, online.

Credits

Date
Aug 05, 2019
Client:
Samsung TV
Agency:
Adam & Eve/DDB
Executive Creative Director:
Nat Potter
Creative:
Brad Wolfe
Creative:
Daniel Bailey
Director of Productions:
Jess Middleton
Production Company:
Independent Films
Director:
Gary Freedman
Producer:
Verity White
Executive Producer:
Jani Guest
Director of Photography:
Franz Lustig
Service Production:
Radioaktive Film
Service Producer:
Kate Galytska

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