100 Years Of Style In 100 Seconds

The amusing and interesting short video was created to commemorate the grand opening of Westfield Stratford City, the largest urban shopping center in Europe. The Viral Factory produced an original and fun short, called 100 Years / Style / East London.

The clip describes a century of fashion and dancing styles in East London, from September 13, 1901, to September 13, 2011. A well-known British composer Tristin Norwell took a single music track and changed the main theme in order for it to fit the different time periods.

The movie clip is directed by Jake Lunt and shot for four days in various East London locations. The video rapidly goes through different styles from the 20s to the present day, and apart from the effective synergy of music, dance and clothes, a careful selection of props and locations brings pleasure to the eye.

Flying People in New York City

An original video, made by an advertisement agency Thinkmodo, of three human shaped RC planes flown around New York City and New Jersey to create an illusion of people flying. This interesting viral marketing campaign was designed to promote the Twentieth Century Fox upcoming movie – Chronicle. You can see how parts of the RC aircraft actually move the legs and emulate a human moving in the air. An out of the ordinary idea, worth your attention.

  • 21.04.2011
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Wedding Dance

Catherine Middleton​ and Prince William -  the most famous and most discussed couple. Remember their wedding? T-mobile saw a chance to make a spectacular ad for their company. They thought of how it could be – the wedding? Traditional? Classic or something else? T-Mobile’s Royal Wedding Dance celebrates the marriage of William and Kate with the help of a host of royal look alikes and music from East 17! Watch the video to find out what they did. Continue reading … Wedding Dance

  • 03.01.2011
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Google Earth Skydiving

Friends in Japan go skydiving with Google Earth. To do that they made a studio for filming that using Google Earth projection and some special effects. Nothing too fancy, just a great idea and a bunch of creative students.

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