DDB London: Harvey Nichols posters

DDB London’s latest poster campaign for Harvey Nichols continues the beautiful art direction we’ve come to associate with the brand

Picking up on the predatory nature of sales shopping, the posters feature vultures pouncing on some of the most coveted designer sale items.

Creative director: Jeremy Craigen
Creatives: Dave Henderson, Richard Denney
Photographer: Karena Perronet-Miller



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