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The German Association of Image Creators – or BUBIG – emerged from the German special-interest association of representatives for photographers and illustrators (RFI e.V.) founded in 1992. At the moment, it is delighted – following a successful UPDATE SALON – about the influx of new members from the areas of illustration, photography, film & production… for instance, 2Agenten, Anyday, Emeis Deubel and 70Seven.
“Participating in UPDATE gave us the perfect opportunity for a constructive exchange. Both within the industry and with the Bubig members who participated. Thank you UPDATE.” Tobias Bosch, BUBIG.
BUBIG is taking this opportunity to tell you about its workshops. Recently, workshops were held on the topics of the use of LinkedIn, AI as well as the presentation of a software manufacturer for tracking image rights violations.
And there are new board members who now support the production area among affiliated members : Andreas Krogmann (Alwayseverything) and Arne Weingart (Lunik) look forward to their new responsibilities.
As you can see, there are plenty of reasons to join BUBIG. The association sees itself as a voice in Germany and Europe for agencies of photographers and illustrators as well as photo and film production companies. BUBIG represents more than 30 agents and production companies at the moment with its wealth of experience in the areas of photography, film, illustration, animation and production for stills and moving images.
Your benefits as a member : Exchange and coordination between fellow industry professionals on all important topics, free legal consultation and participation in workshops and seminars. And as always – it doesn’t cost anything to ask… !
GoSee : bubig.net
12.09.2023 show complete article
There is a new look & find book by Martin HAAKE c/o 2AGENTEN. It’s called ‘By the Sea – The World of the Coast’ and invites readers on a journey to the coasts of the world with detailed maps, thrilling stories and plenty of astonishing facts – with elaborate pictures to browse through, and simply, be amazed.
“Why is the tide sometimes high and sometimes low? Who discovered America before Columbus? And when did people start loving the sea? This large-format book shows and explains the fantastic coastal world – a very special strip where water meets land that has shaped life on our planet since ancient times. Each page takes us along the oceans of the world, from the Wadden Sea to Waikiki, from Brighton to the Barrier Reef, from the times of the great sailing vessels to the challenges our oceans face today. Along the way, we encounter legendary pirates, terrifying sea monsters, sailors on shore leave, and a friendly sloth in the Brazilian coastal rainforest. An adorably beautiful look & find book chock full of detailed maps, thrilling stories and many astonishing facts.” says Gerstenberg Publishing.
For many years, Martin HAAKE c/o 2AGENTEN has worked as a freelance illustrator for international publishers as well as in the areas of editorial and design. His clients include The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, National Geographic and Penguin Books. His illustrations have received multiple awards.
By the Sea – The World of the Coast (Judith Homoki, Martin Haake) 370.0 mm x 275.0 mm x 10.0 mm, completely in color, 64 pages, hardcover, ISBN 978-3-8369-6188-2.
29.03.2023 show complete article