For one of its most epic campaigns of the year, EVO worked with Jim Beam to create bold and memorable content for the Devil’s Cut brand. Three fans were given a once in a lifetime adventure in Alaska, New York City and Maui.
EVO’s task was to capture the thrills and excitement of each experience and produce three 30″ spots as well as 15″ versions for social media roll out.
Project Title : Game Of Thrones – Sword Experience
Category : Digital Marketing | Innovative / Experimental
Country : United States
Sword Experience is an interactive art installation for GOT shown at SXSW and Comic Con 2015. After getting their picture taken, fans step on stage facing a big projection.
They then swing a replica of Arya’s training sword to try and hit targets. Once hit, the targets spill GOT inspired artwork onto the canvas. As the artwork grows, fans reveal a unique portrait of themselves.
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Minique helps make life easier for all ladies on the go. Travel light with the mini monthly beauty set that fits almost any bag. Personalized from a variety of beauty brands delivered right to your door each month.
This one page narrative gives a first hand perspective of the influence technology has on today’s youth. The audience can scroll or click through different scenes which portray different social situations. Parallax scroll effects and animated graphics entertain the users while providing educational information.
Legendary EDM DJ Tommy Trash (real name Thomas Olsen) worked with composer Dan Heath to re-imagine his huge EDM hit ‘Hex’. We were tasked with shooting and editing a piece that saw Tommy on the piano with a nine-piece orchestra behind him.
A man faces the mundane routines of daily life in the city, empowered by his desire to get more out of life he spontaneously quits his job to travel the world. The title sequence was inspired by “The Dolphin’s Tooth”, written by a very captivating author, adventurer and motivational speaker – Bruce Kirkby.
Project Title : Don’t Eat Me Sealife Awareness Campaign
Category : Digital Marketing | Branding / CI
Country : United State
Global fishing is rapidly destroying the population of ocean habitats. Due to the demand for seafood, loss of habitat and unsustainable fishing practices, three quarters of the world’s fisheries has significantly depleted. Fish populations like tuna, cod, halibut and haddock in the North Atlantic Ocean have declined to one-third of what they used to be. Seafood is consumed faster than the rate of replenishment.
Due to the demand, large, profit-seeking commercial fleets have developed more sophisticated fishing equipment and techniques to exploit the sea. A lot of these fishing methods are highly destructive to the ocean’s habitat. Some techniques include bottom trawling that involves dragging nets across the ocean floor, destroying everything along the way. If this continues, it will harm the food chain of natural habitats.
Our task was to bring Wynyard Quarter’s sustainability goals to life and inspire building owners, tenants, and visitors to join and track their progress. Our idea was to create an engaging, explorative and “virtual” user experience coupled with infographic style data that grows alongside the sustainability movement.
Namale is a word that comes from the Fijian language and means “Unique Jewel”, it perfectly represents Creations Namale’s products which are all handmade and crafted with the finest materials available.
Category : Online Video | Visual Effects / Motion Graphics
Country : Canada
We worked to create a video for Kobo’s latest e-reader, the Aura One. The idea was to create a visual portal into an easy to use device that would take you to far away places, unheard of adventures and beautiful worlds.
Faroe Islands’ ‘Sheep View’ videos boosted tourism! Tired of waiting for Google to map the archipelago, Faroe Islanders mounted cameras to sheep to create their own version of Google Street View. The campaign was a hit. With a budget of just $200,000, it generated 2 billion media impressions and an estimated PR value of $50 million.