Harold Chapman’s new travel piece, “Land of Milk and Honey”, documenting a recent trip to Northern Israel and the old Crusader base of Akko in particular – is now headlining in the Arbuturian. Part 2 out next week.
Here’s another commercial Harold Chapman Art Directed for Kinder at the end of the summer, shooting on location in East Molesey and in Centrestage Studios in Islington. Apparently since being posted on-line a few weeks ago it has already had 4 million hits.
Here’s an ad Harold Chapman art directed for Pol Roger champagne (allegedly Churchill’s favourite) at the beautiful Munden Estate near Watford in August. Memories of summer…
Harold Chapman’s review of the new Degas exhibition at the National Gallery – “Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell” is now running in the Arbuturian. The exhibition is a rare opportunity to see works from the Burrell collection, normally housed in Glasgow. It runs until 7th May, 2018 and is a good primer on the great Degas.
Here’s the new video for Mercury, Brit and Grammy nominated North London indie rock band “Wolf Alice” which Harold Chapman art directed earlier in the summer – “Yuk Foo”: Sit back and enjoy!