Authentic vintage objects that were given a voice, litteraly.
Just like Louise and Auguste's bed displayed in Paris's Eastern station where so many men took the train to the front a century ago.

The story of Louise & Auguste's bed
A series of objects with a soul
to turn History into human stories.
Agency: DDB
Copywriter: Jean-François Bouchet
Art Director: Emmanuel Courteau
Creative Director: Alexander Kalchev
Account managers: Paul Ducré, Alexandra Lair
Client: Musée de la Grande Guerre - Elena Le Gall, Lyse Hautecœur
Director & Photographer: Marc Da Cunha Lopes
Stylist: Isabelle Baudry
Editor: Anne de Chacaton
Motion Designers: Elqui Reboulet, Michael Brisard
Sound: Studio 5 - Clément reynaud, Cédric Boit, Alexandre Vicart, Marine Cremer
Music: Raphaëlle Thibaut
Awards: One show (1 bronze, 1 merit), French ADC (1 silver, 1 bronze, 5 shortlists), 5 Grand Prix Strategies: Brand Content (gold), Media (gold+special jury award), Event (gold), Advertising (silver)
LIVING OBJECTS - The last witnesses of WW1
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LIVING OBJECTS - The last witnesses of WW1

The Museum of the Great War presents LIVING OBJECTS. Authentic vintage objects that were given a voice, litteraly, to become the very last witnes Read More
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