Campari, one of the world’s leading alcoholic spirits, has released its annual calendar for 2014 – and this one focuses on the celebration of global cultural heritages.
The theme for this year’s calendar is “Worldwide Celebrations”, with each month focusing on a unique festival from a different culture around the world. Campari employs this new theme in showing the globalization of the various cultures of the world and vivifies the spirit, passion, style and charisma of the cultural celebrations.
Distributed in international limited edition of only 9,999 copies, the Campari calendar is one of the world’s iconic artistic calendar. It is a rare collectible for the few who actually get it, and it is a tribute to the talents and photographers that make it rich in color and photographs every year.
The twelve images – representing twelve months – that will be featured on this year’s calendar have been inspired by the following festivals: The 12 images of the Calendar have been inspired by the followings festivals across all the continents: Spring Festival – Beijing, China; SautizaBusara – Zanzibar, Tanzania; Mardi Gras – New Orleans, USA; Hanami – Tokyo, Japan; Feria de Sevilla – Sevilla, Spain and Midsummer’s Eve – Stonehenge, England.
Others include Rhein In Flammen – Bingen, Germany; Festival y Mundial de Tango – Buenos Aires, Argentina; RegataStorica – Venice, Italy; Festival de lasCavaleras – Aguascaliente, Mexico; Melbourne Cup – Melbourne, Australia and Reveillon – Copacabana, Brazil.
Hollywood actress, Uma Thurman, 2003 Golden Globe Best Actress Award winner, is the sole star of the project while the shoot was done by Paris-based South African Photographer, Koto Bolofo.
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