Here’s a quick little video of the team rigging our stand at Westfield Shopping Centre, Stratford.
As we prepare to tour our stylish photo booths around the country, here are some shots of the build as it takes shape in the workshop.
Our photo mechanic is out on the road, heading for Tesco stores around the country.
Complete with inbuilt greenscreen and bespoke 3 frame print our stylish photobooth begins its tour today heading to Tesco extra stores.
Created for Diet Coke and integrating their latest Marc Jacobs campaign we vinyl wrapped the exterior of the booth, skinned the touch screen inside the booth and designed the photo print layout.
Our fabulous Experiential stand has another outing at the NEC this weekend for Clothes Show Live.
This time around the stand has a more conventional footprint, but we have still managed to squeeze on our full photo mechanic with 3 upload kiosks to allow social integration of photos.
Once again our stand and photomechanic wow visitors to the NEC, giving them the opportunity to take home their own Jean Paul Gaultier posed photo
Diet Coke Brand Warriors help consumers to pose for their photo
Consumers’ images are displayed on a 42″ screen
This September we are celebrating again as the enhanced stand became the talk of LFWE host venue Somerset House, London.
With the floor plan re-design creating a full photographer’s studio & the addition of a bespoke photo-mechanic, Diet Coke generated a potential reach of over 250,000 consumers.
Styled to support the launch of limited edition JPG bottles & cans, the stand housed a striking JPG header & photo backdrop. Giant cans once again provided eye-catching storage solutions while ipad kiosks & stylish plinths “hero’d” the product.
We loved our bespoke photo-mechanic as much as everyone who stepped up to strike a pose. We had many laughs road-testing before it went live for LFWE. Once on-site, consumers could choose a day or night JPG themed image to strike a pose “sea-side style”.
The photo was instantly available for upload onto Facebook, email or Twitter via ipad kiosks.
LFWE saw a total of 1700 photos taken, 560 published on Facebook, 90 on Twitter & 500 emailed directly. Every participant was encouraged to “like” the Diet Coke Facebook page. With all social media figures totalled, the Diet Coke brand had a potential reach of over 250,000 people, pretty good figures for photo fun.