Finnish graphic designer and illustrator Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen is kept busy helping Nike, Nokia and T-Mobile sell things. He’s also happy making art just for the sake of it. Commercial or otherwise, his work would make Salvador Dali proud, and possibly even hang up his lobster-shaped paintbrush.
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Stu’s directed 500 commercials, a tv series, and will soon shoot his second feature. But what he really wants to do is dance! He also sometimes jokes about wanting to dance.
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