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all other stuff ambient trends July 16, 2009

La Vitrine

La Vitrine – Montreal from steven bulhoes on Vimeo. Developed by the moment factory and Photonic Dreams, this installation includes tracking devices and low-resolution LED displays and is capable of showing many different visualizations based on the presence and movement of people! Filmed and edited by Steven Bulhoes, music by Bonobo! Imagine if we could replace all  the ungly advertising billboards with this!…

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ambient July 4, 2009

When it rains it bleeds

Advertising Agency: Colenso BBDO, Auckland, New Zealand Photographer: Steven Boniface Executive Creative Director: Nick Worthington Art Director: Emmanuel Bougneres Copywriter: Nick Worthington Agency Producer: Paul Courtney Producer: Rollercoaster Design Account Director: Scott Coldham Senior Account Manager: Janelle Van Wonderen Scary as hell but still a brilliant ambient media example, via  I believe in advertising…

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all other stuff ambient videos June 24, 2009


Civilization by Marco Brambilla from CRUSH on Vimeo. Civilization is a video installation we created with artist/director Marco Brambilla for the elevators Standard Hotel in NYC. It’s comprised of over 400 video clips and it takes elevator passengers on a trip from hell to heaven as they go up or from heaven to hell as they go down.…

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ads ambient May 28, 2009

Sob o Sol

How cool is that? It changes color when exposed to the sunlight! Imagine how powerful that is, when you hold the magazine in your hands! A big Bravo to the print production manager that is missing from the credits! Ambient media is the way fwd for all advertising ..just my view! Credits: Advertising Agency: DDB, Brazil Creative Directors: Rodrigo Almeida, Renata Florio, Júlio Andery, Rodolfo Sampaio, Sérgio Valente Copywriter: Geraldo Gonçalves Art Director: Markus Correa Photographers: Rodrigo Ribeiro, Sérgio Prado…

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ambient May 8, 2009


“Here’s footage of the Loch Ness monster, live in Tokyo! For the film “The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep” was a 18 meter high monster in the Tokyo Bay projected. These were “special effect projectors & pumps, which according to the water receded into the light. Music & Sound effects were obviously not lacking. Disney World Technology Meets Guerilla Marketing”… via blissblog…

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