Death in Venice (1971)
Death in Venice (1971)
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Mirko Borsche is a renowned german creative art director born in 1971. He has extensive experience in working both for advertising agencies, such as Springer & Jacoby and clients like Levi’s, MTV, and Mercedes-Benz, and Balenciaga.