Emil LEVY c/o BIRGIT STÖVER ARTISTS presents the new image film on GoSee.News and the matching motifs for the WMF BLACK KNIFE. Embracing the claim ‘Never Sharpen Again’, WMF is introducing the first knife Made in Germany with a blade plated completely with a diamond-like carbon coating.
Outstanding knives have always been at the core of the WMF brand: “With our new Ultimate Black knife series, we’ve created another innovation. The exclusive WMF Diamond Cut ensures that the knives stay sharp and you never have to sharpen them again.” WMF.
Its secret lies in the exclusive WMF Diamond Cut technology. For this, the blade is subjected to an innovative hardening process. This is followed by a precise, laser-controlled robot cut to create an optimal cutting angle. Finally, the entire blade is coated with an extremely hard, diamond-like carbon coating in a PVD process under vacuum. This protects the cutting edge against wear and tear, while ensuring that the knives remain permanently sharp.
Testimonial of the spot is star-studded TV Chef Andi Schweiger. He demonstrates the ‘Ultimate Black’ knife series for you here in photos and film. He became known to a broader audience above all as the protagonist of the German docusoap ‘Die Kochprofis – Einsatz am Herd’ on RTL II. He is a member of the chefs association Junge Wilden, and is now among the chefs on the TV show ARD Buffet full of tips & tricks by the ARD broadcasting network.
WMF GmbH (once known as Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik) is a formerly publicly traded manufacturer of tableware and equipment for the household as well as the restaurant and hospitality industry. It was founded in 1853 by Daniel Straub and Schweizer brothers. In 1880, a merger with Ritter & Co. formed the Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik AG. Headquarters of the company is in Geislingen an der Steige. Since 2016, he company has belonged to the French Groupe SEB.
GoSee : wmf.com & birgit-stoever.de
B&A Germany (Bernstein&Andriulli) is in the German market with German and international light designers : “We are creative solution providers: Storytelling, content, shared resources, multi discipline collaborations and everything. We look forward to seeing you !” Ilse Johanne Pfeiffer and team.
B&A REPS is a global management agency representing a diverse group of creatives who provide forward-thinking and award-winning visual solutions. Our talent includes photographers, illustrators, animators, design studios, CGI artists, mural artists, hair & makeup artists, stylists, immersive technologists, and full service production experts. Diversity in the disciplines of talent we represent has made us a conduit for creative cross-pollination. Within our group, we represent both emerging talent and accelerate growth for our established artists. Our agents and artists are creative solution providers. B&A is based in New York City with offices in London, Germany/Berlin, Shanghai, and Sydney.
B&A is part of Great Bowery. They have reimagined the traditional agency approach by uniting a diverse range of globally recognized luxury image-makers with creative strategists to offer clients end-to-end service from project inception to full-scale execution. Across the entire collective, their services include creative, artist representation, image licensing, and distribution strategy. Founded in 2015 with headquarters in New York City and London, their clients are comprised of the world’s most iconic companies, spanning fashion, beauty, Web3, technology, and more.
Brands that are part of Great Bowery include Bowie, CLM, Coveteur, Gallery Stock, GBI, Lookbooks, M.A.P., Streeters, Trunk Archive and B&A REPS, of course.
GoSee : ba-reps.com
Photographer and Director Simon PUSCHMANN c/o UPFRONT realized the launch film for the cutting-edge coupé SUV NIO EC7 with a blend of CGI and real-life action. NIO is a global company for intelligent premium electric vehicles.
Agency: Interstate, London. Production: RDM, New York. DOP: Chris Fanning. Post Production and CGI: Taylor James. DC Edit: David Theill. DC Grading: Florian Schaefer. DC Music: Tom Puschmann).