Guido Daniele, an author behind all those “Handimals” we covered in the past, worked with AT&T on a campaign to sell AT&T’s roaming capabilities. You can see the results inside this post. Most of the images I posted lack the signage, info and logos present in the actual billboards you can see across the country. The animals and imagery painted on the model hands are to symbolize the countries in which you have ‘roaming’ capability. The photo shoot for the nine initial ads was two weeks long. The hand-painting took approximately one full day, with Guido beginning in the morning as co-workers prepared the lighting and retouching on the shots taken the day before. By the time they were ready to shoot, it was already nightfall! I will let you choose yourself which of these photos you like the most. My favorite is the coral one. Enjoy!
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