Georgia May Jagger and internet phenomenon Grumpy Cat have been photographed with Opels from past, present and future. Not for nothing, because you can find the photos on the Opel calendar 2017.
Georgia May Jagger, daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, appears to have a great preference for Opel. She got photographed by photographer Ellen van Unwerth with both modern and classic Opels. Our preference naturally went to the beautiful Diplomat with which she is photographed.
In addition to Georgia May and the Opels, the Internet also shows the Grumpy Cat phenomenon. Marketing director Tina Müller: 'Georgia May Jagger and Grumpy Cat are icons of this time. Ellen von Unwerth is also a real artist with the camera. She gives photography to cats a new dimension. " The brand then reports that Von Unwerth is known for its cool, intense photos. According to Wikipedia she is also known for erotic feminity, but perhaps that part of the description has been lost in the translation. She is particularly known for her photos of Claudia Schiffer. Maybe that is the link, because too Schiffer once worked for Opel.
The photos of Von Unwerth can be found on the Opel calendar 2017, with the title Opel Wonderland of Dreams. Opel is thus continuing the theme of 2016. For that calendar, Karl Lagerfeld photographed the Opel Corsa with his cat Choupette.
Opel even organizes a vernissage for the calendar. At the start of 2017 the photo exhibition will be Opel Wonderland of Dreams opened. The 'making of' will also be shown there. Both Ellen von Unwerth, Georgia May Jagger and Grumpy Cat are present at the opening.
And what about Grumpy Cat? The cat with a wax figure in Madame Tussauds and more Facebook followers than the brand itself was positive as always. "Sausage Photo Shoot Ever," let the cat know via social media.
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