We created this giant entrance for Sense for their experiential activity in Hyde Park as part of the Jubilee family fun day.
We also created this one for their Cadbury’s Fingers activity at the same event.
Laura adds the final floral touches to this giant seed planter which is adorned with the clients corporate colours. Does the red & blue give a clue to who it is for?
This experiential twist on a serving counter was waved off by our team and is currently wending its way to our client in Chiswick for their interactive employee engagement activity.
The giant window box will sew the seeds of experiential motivation when it arrives at the clients head office and seeks to engage employees with their brand.
We have seen a shift in audience with this experiential project from consumer to employee, reminding us that employees can be a brands greatest ambassador. As the saying goes – “there is no better free advertising than word of mouth”. Enjoy!
Here’s a shot of our giant (1.8m tall) tins that we have just produced.
Due to go into the Trafford Centre tonight they will flank the 2 sides of the stage – event photos to follow.
We’ve just produced this giant mug @ 1m tall, OK maybe not enormous, but still fairly large!
Created in timber, carved, filled & sanded we then finished with a spray of eco paint.
Brilliant piece of Experiential work in France – memories of last years “Orange” TV adverts, but brought to life with comedy & audience interactivity.
Menacing, glowing black cubes wait till someone goes close enough. Then the cube asks where the person would like to travel. Pushing the red button produces a crazy celebration, complete with gigantic walking kisses, and provides the wishers large, customized mock tickets to their destination. Watching the faces of the onlookers is just as much fun as the experience itself!
The underlying message is that the company’s Escape service lets you travel to any destination you want. DDB Paris with executive creative director Alexandre Harve created this, as it did last year’s flash-mob “Welcome Service” scenes for Voyages SNCF. – Tuija Seipell