Through an immersive experience, with up to 1h20 of content, Perrier invites you to party, and live the craziest fantasies of 60 guests in a hidden place in Paris.
Japanese creative labo PARTY has launched a unique installation by leveraging 3D printer. You can create your mini-figure by scanning yourself, small size 10cm figure will cost you app USD 255. The exhibition takes place at Harajuku Tokyo from November 24th to January 14th 2013. More information is http://omote3d.com/
You can see how this figure is made and how it lives.
As part of Sony’s global brand campaign Make.Believe, Japanese creative lab Party has created a pretty awesome TV commercial taken in one, continuous shot. The film, which tells the story of a woman from her childhood the birth of her son, was created with over 70 performers using more than 200 devices. Read more…
Japanese agency PARTY have created another stunning music video-robotics crossover, again for androp. Interestingly, you can purchase the hero robot (singer?) as part of alimited edition on eBay. If you can spare $5,000 that is. Read more…
Japan’s hot shop ‘Party’ have launched a racing game that uses your social content as billboards along the track. It is an awesome execution with real game play value and an eerie distraction through the familiar photos whizzing past. Win the overall race and you could go to Japan, to see Toyota’s new sports car FT-86 unveiled. Read more…
If you enjoyed Barack Obama winning US elections or simply you enjoyed George W. Bush leaving being the President of the United States then you’ll maybe like this site created by the people at Shackleton called “Bush ByeBye Party”.
Simple and funny, it consists on what to do to celebrate this special farewell: an earth map to add your party, downloadable goodies for the parties (some of them hilarious, as for instance, Obama masks), a safe kit for the day after and some other stuff. It has been set 67 farewell parties so far, if you think you want to do it too don’t miss this site, it’s worth a while
Mobile marketing agency Yoc has developed an sms-based interactive campaign for Bacardi. The initiative takes advantage of Tv spots on MTV promoting Bacardi’s parties. Sending an SMS with the word “Bacardi” German mobile users receive a password to log on Bacardis’ website and access music samples, free downloads and the possibility to win tickets for the “Ritmo de Bacardi” events. The website Bacardi.de has been developed by Argonauten 360.
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