Another Christmas card highlight: This is how we chose to present our creative team in our ad agency’s Chirstmas card 2012. A brilliant example of what can happen if the boss (me) has an alternative hobby. My employees were all very enthusiastic though and adapted 100% to thier roles as members of an airborne divison.
Just wanted to share this photo with you guys. It’s the output of a photo session, we held in November 2012. We used the photo for our advertising agency’s Christmas card, that was sent out to all our clients during December.
The story of the photo is that 2 new recruits (2 new employees that joined our team in December) have arrived to the front line to assist our small, creative team. For several months we had been far too busy work-wise, and backup was urgently needed. That is what we were trying to show and tell in a slightly alternative way.
The location was an old barn far out in country in Southern Jutland, Denmark. It was freezing cold, but we kept warm on hot coffee, plenty of cigarettes and Jack D. The cold got you to think about the poor men, that basically were dressed like us back in Normandy. They must have had a hell of a time.
The uniforms are mostly repros, but the weapons and different pieces of equipment are the real thing from my collection.
Hope you like it?
This blog is an online catalogue of my small world war 2 militaria collection, that I have been putting together since the summer of 2011. It’s primarily made for myself, but perhaps you will find my different military items and collectibles interesting.
It’s my intention to make a small post each time I acquire a new interesting item and this way document my collection as it grows. If you feel for it, you’re welcome to comment on my different posts and various items.
From time to time I have some items for sale as well.
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