Dulux Walls - Director's Cut (2010)

 
 

Dulux Walls - Director's Cut (2010)

The film was directed by award winning Director Adam Berg and highlights the journey of colour across the world as people and colour combine to regenerate public and private spaces. Each local community was engaged to transfer dull and grey spaces into something more interesting using Dulux colour paint. Further events are scheduled to take place around the world in the near future as part of Dulux’s ambition to ‘add colour to people’s lives’. Some interesting stats on the project are:

Brazil
2150 litres of paint
42 paint brushes
188 Roller heads
30 Colours
95 painters and volunteers

France
1050 litres of paint
40 paint brushes
214 roller heads
28 colours
75 painters and volunteers

UK
1140 litres of paint
46 paint brushes
200 roller heads
24 colours
110 painters and volunteers

India
2200 litres of paint
56 paint brushes
180 roller heads
32 colours
120 painters and volunteers

Weblink: www.letscolourproject.com
Client: (Dulux) AkzoNobel Decorative Paints
Agency, City: Euro RSCG London

Director - Adam Berg
Creative Director - Fernanda Romano
Creative - Fábio Abram
Creative - Bráulio Kuwabara
Senior Planner - Rebecca Moody
Agency TV Producer - Jodie Sibson Potts
Production Company Producer- Ben Croker
Agency Account Director - Ken Mulligan
Production Company- Stink Productions, London
Music title & Artist: “Go Do” – Jonsi

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Man I wish they had painted some of the bland hoods around here.

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