L’Odysée de Cartier – Inspirations Come Alive

I wanted to share this beautiful video by Cartier with you.

Entrancing, like a fairy-tale, it is very nice to do nothing but stare at beauty for three minutes, before the world encroaches again.

Enjoy! Happy Sunday!

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12 Responses to L’Odysée de Cartier – Inspirations Come Alive

  1. andrea says:

    That advert aired on UK tv’s last night, it was totally mesmerising, it is the first time I have ever seen a Cartier advert, they launched into tv advertising all guns blazing that is for sure, it was like watching a mini film. If only the rest of the tv programmes were that good.;-)

  2. Wow, I bet that cost more than a few quid to make…

  3. Exquisite.
    I want that bracelet.

  4. Dionne says:

    Sigh….. that was lovely.

  5. annemariec says:

    I’ve just been watching this on the Cartier site, and in one of the bonus features the makers of the film were talking about the huge scale of the project. The composer of the score remarked that ‘it is always necessary to be a little scared – well, this scared me.’

    I like this remark. It’s good to be scared at the beginning of a creative project. If you are not, there must be something wrong, with it or with you!

    It’s worth watching the bonus features, esp. to see how they handled the panthers (there were three).

  6. Charles says:

    Amazing! simply Amazing – the most perfect world, magical, adventurous and like young
    love a rollercoaster of visual image, feelings and imagination! Bravo.

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