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.
Data is more than just countless lines of code – the place where they are stored is a true fortress. We made a production for Beyond.pl at its new Poznan customer data centre. Working under the watchful eye of heavily armed commandos resulted in an impressive film of a monumental character – from images through to sound.
Children of Labor is a stop-motion PSA geared towards the children of labor across the globe. In our execution, we experimented with stop-motion animation and cel animation. We believe it would be appropriate to construct our set out of white foam to match the cold, winter mood with added high contrast lighting.
The narrative for this animation involves a young child working in a clothing factory in the middle of a city. The child has been working long hours and is at a bus stop waiting to get home. Eventually, a school bus comes to save the child from the destructive work environment. The bus symbolizes a hopeful future for the child. A future that involves an education.
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.
Project Title : Why am i here? film for Kyoorius designyatra2016
Category : Video | Event
Country : India
This Anti-gravity film exploring unexpected shots were all shot live with a very experimental technique of mounting the camera alongside a custom designed rotating set. Various interesting props that lend itself to unique CG like visual experiences were used to create mesmerising shots that brings about the film. Random floating movements of the props creates surprising visual effects for the film. All white props were used exaggerating Kyoorius Designyatra 2016’s theme “WHY AM I HERE?”. Kyoorius has created and curated one of the world’s biggest and best annual conferences on design – Kyoorius Designyatra. Designyatra is attended by over 1300 delegates from across Asia and has featured some of the biggest names in global creative and communications industry.
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.
Snapdeal is an online shopping platform. The film was designed for rebranding of new Snapdeal logo launch. Products representing few key products range, all in Snapdeal red was animated in stop motion style to bring about a unique looking humorous film celebrating the new red logo.
In an apocalyptic future a man is searching for something. On his way through the wasteland he passes the remains of some of Copenhagen’s most iconic buildings (Queen Louise’s Bridge, Round Tower and The City Hall). He finally arrives at his destination at a dark and sinister looking place. He lights a flare, and the iconic wolf from Copenhell’s festival venue appears in front of him. The earth cracks open and hell breaks loose. Welcome to Copenhell 2017. COPENHELL is Denmark’s greatest rock and metal festival, which has drawn metal fans from both within and outside the country’s borders to Copenhagen since the beginning of 2010. The peninsula called ‘Refshaleaøen’ right in the middle of Copenhagen is the epicenter of these three days of hell on earth, and the raw, industrial surroundings are the perfect background for the brutal decibel bombardment from COPENHELL’s three stages. The theme for this year’s Copenhell is “The Apocalypse” and therefore a natural set off for the commercial.
In the opening scene “The Scavenger” is getting a signal on his device and sets off searching the wastelands. To link the scenery to Copenhagen we placed iconic buildings from the city in the environment. The Scavenger is also the center in the print campaign for the festival.