Tag Archive: Emilio Lekuona

The other side of midnight

September 16, 2014

  LZFs headquarters takes on a strange new charm in the witching hour Insomnia can be both a blessing and

LZF – Festival of the Catalogue

July 1, 2014

  The Pamplona Bull Run, Semana Santa, the Tomatina Tomato Fight, Las Fallas. Sure, these are all great Spanish festivals.

Lzf Photo shoot – Making of Marbella

June 26, 2014

Marbella, Spain, holiday home to the rich and famous from around the world. Millionaires, sheiks, movie stars and football players

LZF – 2014 New catalogue in print.

June 12, 2014

  There is something purely artesan in printing, even though the machines are now high tech, and every thing is

LZF – photo shoot at Hotel Caro, Valencia

June 3, 2014

More new images were taken for our 2014 catalog, at the Caro Hotel in Valencia. This antique and beautiful building,

LZF Lifestyle: Country House

May 14, 2014

  Months ago, we presented a blog entry on the making of a photo shoot for our new catalogue, that was shot

Funky Film Archive: High Fidelity

March 17, 2014

Last year’s campaign had an incredible audiovisual support that allowed us to create that jazzy mixture of music and light

LZF Funky Films Archive

February 5, 2014

The first funky film dates back to 2008. Created by Marivi Calvo and produced by Lekuona Studio in 2008, is a good example of how

Costa Brava style, new LZF photo shoot

January 29, 2014

  Bucolic, warm and natural. These are the sensations you get the first time you see the pictures for the

Emilio Lekuona, Sandro Tothill, Marivi Calvo and Etienne Stehelin from LZF Creative Team

LZF at the Red Dot Awards 2013

October 23, 2013

  So they packed their best suits and dresses and headed to Berlin to attend the annual Red Dot communication

New You Tube channel for LZF. Loads of stories, any time.

June 28, 2013

  By now you must know how much we like to bring you day by day news about our products,

LZF High Fidelity Campaign: The album covers and the posters

March 28, 2013

The album covers were the start of this whole project, they took the new lights and absorbed their vibe, then