Super cool campaign, that uses really simple measures to create awareness and controversy around the changes in climate. It calls out the politicians that effectively stop progressive environmental legislation. Well done!
Bringing a little class room psychology into the onboard education. Making education entertaining. Whaaat!?! And of course doing the whole thing with behind the scenes footage etc. An interesting way of making ‘inflight’ ATL.
Just revisited this clip. This is a video for an Unkle track called Heaven. Great track… but even more spectacular are the visuals, which are taken from a skate video called Fully Flared, which is directed by Spike Jonze (of course). Just crank up the volume, lean back, watch and dream away. Makes me wish I still skated… but alas…I got all the equipment and no skills left. One of my colleagues revisited the old passion on his stag party… and broke his arm. Getting old.
Just came back from a hot, hot Berlin with people fleeing the city during daytime going to the lakes but returning in the evenings again for dinner & drinks. Great way of living and so much creativity going on in a city that still constantly transforms.
This video was created by my friend Silvia & Nando from the Spanish/Berlin based brand PotiPoti – visit their shop in Rosenthaler Straße 66 if you come by Berlin. Last week they won the first German fashion film award with this lovely video – enjoy and have a great summer!
MEC in Copenhagen has developed a concept for Sony Ericsson we call The Copenhagen X Sessions. X because it is for Sony Ericsson’s Xperia platform, the X10 model for starters, and Sessions because we gathered the cream of the Danish upcoming music scene and recorded a string of music and video sessions with them. The concept is ultra high quality in artist, performance, music and video – totally free for download. A new type of concept where the company – in this case Sony Ericsson acts like a record company except… we made it free. It benefits the musicians – who are paid and a platform and free recording/video and the brand Sony Ericsson – because they are associated with music and provides content to their target audience and phones, which should generate sales, buzz and loyalty. Everybody wins. Quite simply. The first sessions to be released are from the excellent danish bands – I Got you on Tape, Giana Factory and Sleep Party People.
The sessions are recorded and produced at Black Tornado Studios in Copenhagen, by Mikkel Max and Ebbe Frey – both previously in Epo555 and all video art was done by Michael Voight from Good Boy Creative. Here is a behind the scenes clip from yesterday, when one of the last sessions were recorded with the band Cody – indie, folky, post rocky country – excellent stuff. I apologize for the non HD quality, but it was recorded with the X10:-)
Check out the website www.xsessions.dk – it rocks. Enjoy.