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ManvsMachine – Nike Air Max

February 7, 2014 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

Air Superiority

Having just seen the new Robocop movie, it seems salient to have a post featuring ManvsMachine…Fresh from last years D&AD pencil for their 4Seven idents MvsM are on fighting form with their latest work for Nike. Continue reading “ManvsMachine – Nike Air Max” »

Atyp – Nike Digiwall & Permission To Explode LP

December 13, 2013 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

Chris Angelkov from Atyp sent in some interesting pieces last week.  The first was an intriguing “holographic” in shop display system for Nike. (above) and the second was an unusual film for the Release of Si Begg’s Permission To Explode album (below) Continue reading “Atyp – Nike Digiwall & Permission To Explode LP” »

Best of 2012 in motion graphics & animation part 2

January 25, 2013 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

dotmogo Blog best of 2012 665x166pxTime to look at Part 2 of our best of motion graphics and animation of 2012.  In this part we’ll look at Commercial work, Installations, Channel Idents, Pop Promos, Outdoor, Best Edit and Non Broadcast. Continue reading “Best of 2012 in motion graphics & animation part 2” »

Billboard Guitar Pee Game & Installation

May 23, 2012 by Tim Rabjohns | 0 comments

Imagine you are Van Halen and such is your guitar prowess that when you go to pee you hear the sound of cascading guitar solos – well now you can!  You may remember what fun we had with Toylets – the urinal based video game from Sega, last year.  Well, I recently found out about another urinal-based piece of fun dreamt up by AlmapBBDO for their client Billboard, whilst looking at the very reasonable Cool de Estambul blog.

The Guitar Pee is a mix between men’s urinal and an electric guitar. As you empty your bladder you can trigger guitar notes and noises to play from this specially modified urinal. After you are done, each guitarist can listen and download his recent-released “mpee3” by accessing the Guitar Pee Gallery via mobile.

So far The Guitar Pee has toured several bars in São Paulo, registering over 1,500 unique guitar solos (and counting). I think we should start lobbying to get these things installed in the UK.  On the strength of Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, and Dave Gilmour  – what could go wrong…?  the only problem I have is that we need to think of some way for the girls to make music whilst in the ladies room – answers below, please…

Client: Billboard, Advertising Agency: AlmapBBDO, ECD: Marcello Serpa, Luiz Sanches, Creative Director: André Kassu, Marcos Medeiros, Art Directors: Guiga Giacomo, Copywriter: Ricardo Wolff, Technology: Cricket Design, Director of Technology: Fernando Boniotti, Sound: Mugshot, Mockup: Frank Morais

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Coca-Cola Digital Installations

February 20, 2012 by Reuben Armstrong | 2 Comments

To mark their 125th anniversary last year, Coca-Cola launched a wide-range of campaigns to celebrate the brand. The iconic drinks label are not afraid to splash their marketing budget on extravagent projects and whilst not all of last year’s campaigns were as impressive as each other, there were certainly a few interesting pieces, particularly their digital installations.

The above video is a well-presented case study from a Istanbul-based agency Antilop showing the brand experience their created in Santralistanbul, a museum and gallery space. Antilop are a relatively new company, established in 2010, but a piece like this for such a huge client is a great portfolio piece for them.

Designed specifically for the Galeri1 space in Santralistanbul, they created an 90sqm immersive environment with a 270-degree projection system. The space is also filled with a quadrophonic soundscape produced by Antilop’s own sound design team. Continue reading “Coca-Cola Digital Installations” »