"I fink U freeky and I like u a lot" and hell breaks loose in a black and white inferno of dancing elephant-snouted kids, albinos, real live snakes - caressed in the most sexually suggestive way possible, rats, stuffed lions, and black eyed Yolanda floating in a tub of FREEKY. There's even a kid with Yolanda's haircut painted in black flashing by for freaky-deaky details. Also, roaches. We can't have a video without a district 9 reference. Well done on the directing, Ninja.
PrimalScream Music & Sound has re-recorded the iconic music of classics Halloween and The Exorcist for a chilling promo campaign for the new FX Networks’ series American Horror Story. The series is a new psychosexual thriller from the creator of Nip/Tuck and co-creators of Glee and centers on the Harmon family who move to Los Angeles as a means to reconcile past anguish. The all-star cast features Dylan McDermott as Ben Harmon, a psychiatrist; Connie Britton as Ben’s wife; Taissa Farmiga as the Harmon’s teenage daughter; Jessica Lange in her first-ever regular series TV role as Constance, the Harmon’s neighbor; Evan Peters plays Tate Langdon, one of Ben’s patients; and Denis O’Hare as Larry Harvey.
Everyone who saw the end coming when they spotted the bears flat tummy say "aye"! Aye! Matters not, it's still funny as hell, and who doesn't love a bear director that says "explosions" with such glee? Yes please, more explosions.
"The more you watch Canal+, the more you love cinema"
Vitamin has produced a rugged new promotional campaign for FX Network’s Sons of Anarchy. The Vitamin team conceptualized a unique hands-on approach for the package, employing a technique that gives it the feel of something out of a sketch book. Using a combination of hand-painted graphics and prints of 3D silhouetted motorcycles, the spots take us on a rumbling ride through barren oilfields and dark highways.
MPC Digital launches in the US with an Interactive Sound Installation that allowed users to play virtual musical instruments by moving their bodies in front of motion-tracking cameras. The unique musical experience conducted by the audience, was concepted by Mother New York, and was the centerpiece of Kyocera's activation at Virgin Mobile's FreeFest, a full-day music festival featuring Cee Lo, Patti Smith, etc. attended by 50,000+ people.
Belly button lint makes great kindling.
"Working with Science World is a great opportunity creatively", says Nicolas Quintal, Creative Director, Rethink, Vancouver. "As we are communicating to parents with kids we are able to have fun with the message and bring to life a lot of fun facts."
Ever wonder where they come up with all these facts? The team at Rethink finds most of them online and then submits them to Science World to weed out the urban myths from the truths. Some little known knowledge from past ads in the campaign include:
Your body contains enough carbon to fill 9,000 pencils.
Most lipstick contains fish scales.
Tigers will use a litter box.
A sneeze can travel 12 feet and hover for three hours.
"TOO MANY LIKES!" reads the sign before they blow the man up.
"Enough likes before Friday and we save him" reads the sign at the end.
This is a nice way to promote Steven Soderbergh's "Contagion", they made a bacteria billboard. The posters were actually like giant petri-dishes and prepped with fungi and various bacteria, so that over the span of a few days, the name of the film would literally grow on the posters. I love how they managed to make it grow in the shape of Biohazards symbols as well, nice touch.
When CBS Sports wanted to create an exciting new graphic package for the 2011 U.S. Open, they teamed up with Manhattan-based Click 3X, a full-service creative group specializing in on-air promotion and network branding.
Click 3X was tasked with essentially revamping and rebooting the entire package of elements that the network had been using for the past five years in conjunction with this annual event, the fourth and final part of the tennis season's Grand Slam (which includes the Australian and French Opens and Wimbledon).
Jung von Matt are creeping us out with this lovely gory bowling ball set designed by spraygun artist Oliver Paass. The balls looks like decapitated heads in various states of decay, with the holes strategically placed where there's a nose, open mouths or a missing eye. Ugh! :) The decapitated head balls were placed in several German bowling alleys instead of the standard balls, and each set was finished off with a black ball advertising German horror TV channel No.1 : 13th street. Nice. Check out the balls in action.
You've heard of a land of a thousand lakes, I'm sure. So when 358 Helsinki were tasked with creating the promo or "Finland's got talent" they had to riff on that. Riff. Get it?
Collaborating with History Channel for the second time this year, METAphrenie has delivered a new promo and show open for the high profile movie event “Gettysburg.” The two-hour special, Executive Produced by Ridley Scott and Tony Scott, presents the engagement in a new light imbuing the stories of eight soldiers with the terrifying experience of war.
Brand New School Opens Twentieth Anniversary AICP Show, Debuts Historical Interactive Installation at New York's Museum of Modern Art
NEW YORK - June 6, 2011 - The artists and producers from international production company and design studio Brand New School (BNS, www.brandnewschool.com) are very proud to announce their role in designing and producing several key artistic elements debuting June 7 at the 2011 AICP Show, The Art & Technique of the American Commercial. The annual program, hosted by the Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP), premieres each year at New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), before travelling on to high-profile venues in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Miami, and Richmond over the weeks to come.
For 2011, BNS art director Christopher Palazzo and his colleagues created the show graphics packaging for this year's 20th anniversary AICP Show, while developing and programming the thematically related, 40-foot interactive installation set to debut in MoMA's Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden at the June 7 event.
On May 2nd 2011 conductor is Jesper Nordin and the Copenhagen Phil (Sjællands Symfoniorkester) did a flash mob at Copenhagen Central Station playing Ravel's Bolero to the unsuspecting but enthused public.
Fancy some cathartic balloon popping to a speeded version of the William Tell Overture, while animated pop stars and pop culture references fly by? Have I got the ad for you mate! I spot the Nirvana! Nevermind cover turning into a bat having its head bitten off by Ozzy in here. I think I see Britney having babies too. Fun animation that hopefully will have us name-calling what we see in the comments much like we did in the Virgin's spot the band names, and the spot the song title commercial.
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