Sometimes we meet talented creatives who work on fictional projects for brands. Although fictitious, these creations are sometimes so excellent that they deserve to be adopted by brands. Based in Montpellier, Thomas Larthe is one of them. He worked on a print campaign project for the Oreo brand that we find very successful.
A few years ago, Oreo celebrated its 100th anniversary. The creative has therefore imagined a series of prints that divert the famous biscuits of the brand to revisit different great moments of history, as the fall of the Berlin Wall. The four creations, subtle and aesthetic, are to be discovered below. To learn more, visit the Behance page of the project.
1943: The Little Prince