Archive for the ‘Street art’ Category

Drive Skate Shop: fully-skateable sandwich board

maandag, september 24th, 2018

The Drive Skate Shop in Vancouver has transformed two of the most traditional pieces of retail signage into attention-grabbing outdoor. The shop designed a fully-skateable sandwich board and created posters made from wood veneer to mimic the look of wall ramps. How’s that for fun?

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Renault I Changing Racing Track

donderdag, september 20th, 2018

Packed full of Renault Sport expertise and passion, the new Renault MEGANE R.S. offers not only high speed, but impressive agility as well. To mark its arrival in Bulgaria and showcase it’s amazing 4CONTROL four-wheel steering system, the iconic sports model had to prove to the public that it could easily conquer every corner.

For the purpose, Renault challenged its 280-horsepower engine on an interactive track that changed its shape on every lap. Piloted by one of the best rally drivers in Bulgaria, the car maneuvered through constantly shifting circuits, created online by fans of the emblematic model. See how the new Renault MEGANE R.S. completed the challenge in the video from the live event.

Who’s America: Mexican wall

woensdag, september 12th, 2018

Sacha Baron Cohen’s new show “Who Is America?” is already causing its fair share of controversy in the U.S. — and to promote it in Belgium, broadcaster BETV is running a potentially controversial stunt. In a campaign by FCB agency Happiness Brussels, the broadcaster built brick walls overnight in front of three Mexican restaurants — and attached a billboard for the show to the walls. Somewhat amazingly, none of the restaurant-owners were notified beforehand, but luckily, they had a good sense of humor and no complaints were filed. Instead, the agency reports that the out-of-home installations left passers-by with “a mix of curiosity and discomfort”–which was of course the campaign’s primary goal.

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The Unsinkable Truth – One dead sea is enough

woensdag, september 5th, 2018

Thousands of plastic waste bottles were collected from the local community, to create a temporary floating installation that read “One Dead Sea Is Enough”. Covering over 600 square meters of the Dead Sea’s surface, the installation remained afloat for a few days, after which all the plastic waste was retrieved, processed and sent to recycling.

The Unsinkable Truth – One dead sea is enough from Emad Khayyat on Vimeo.

Fonddonorov: Bloody Puddles

woensdag, september 5th, 2018

In the center of St. Petersburg, surrounded by historical monuments and tourist attractions, unusual art objects appeared – red puddles with messages in Russian and English about the importance of donating blood regularly. In this way bloody puddles remind saint-petersburgers that in the summer most of a donors leave the city for vacations and hospitals especially need donor blood.

Quebec city magic festival: The Mind Reading Billboard

donderdag, februari 1st, 2018

This billboard isn’t your typical billboard. With eye tracking technology this billboard can read your mind!

Coca Cola: Gratitude Warms You Up

dinsdag, januari 9th, 2018

When it’s cold at the bus stop, gratitude will warm you up. Find someone around, press “thank you buttons” at the same time and let the cold melt away.

PerrierXwild: Shanghai Jungle Metro

woensdag, december 20th, 2017

For the PerrierXWild limited edition designed by artist Juan Travieso, Perrier transformed Shanghai’s South Huangpi Road Metro station into a jungle with STDecaux.

Samsung: #Dobiggerthings

dinsdag, oktober 24th, 2017

Samsung used the power of the new Galaxy Note8 to bring Dublin’s skyline to life. Introducing ‘A Song for the City’. #DoBiggerThings

Pantene: The Hair Falling Billboard

dinsdag, oktober 17th, 2017

Bangkok is ranked number 1 in worst traffic congestion in the world. Pollution damages the skin but also the hair what a lot of people don’t know. To address that, Pantene created a giant spectacular with hair…