Sony is currently taking over walls and public spaces in Paris to run its Donwalkalone campaign, which is also supported by a website www.dontwalkalone.com. Actually you understand there’s Sony behind this only if you read the post on Buzz is Media, where they give credits for the action to the Japanese brand and the agency Vanksen.Projection SonyCaricato da culturebuzz
The online part is not particularly interesting, but it’s functional to push the contest which challenges les Parisiens to find the spots around Paris where the animations are projected. I must say it’s not easy/intuitive to understand what’s the product promoted with this action. I admit my French is far from being perfect, but the copy on the site is quite vague and insubstantial… In any case, the object of the action should be a new kind of poster/sticker called “Cling Rite”, perfect for ecological urban guerrilla actions. The stickers are indeed based on electrostatic principles which allow people to attach and remove them easily without leaving any sign on the surface. I kind of have the feeling this is a cool idea but, as I said above, it’s not very clear what it’s about. Is there anybody out there who can clarify a bit more the action? Merci!!
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