Visitors to Berlin have been introduced to the city's museums through 'Flashback', an installation along the Berlin Wall using projection and flash photography. The last remaining sections of the wall were turned into projection surfaces, with the project
Must have been scary for these people. When a man asked them the way to the train station, he suddenly faints, as well as 50 people around him. Why, well because they have a bad breath.. One of the funniest flashmobs we’ve ever seen, no dancing, jus
BMW created an after image effect advertisement. A high powered camera flash was setup with a BMW logo behind the cinema screen. During the closing frames of the advertisement, it was triggered and the audience was asked to close their eyes, which reveale
City cars, station wagons, convertibles, vans, bikes, scooters and so on can be rented by the new rental service of Peugeot called Mu. They made people aware of this new service by a flashmob. Tagline: “Peugeot Mu, Join the muve”.
Since the first flashmob of Improv Everywhere , many groups/organizations have done the same. T-mobile with its dance in Liverpool Street Station and sang the song Hey Jude with thousands of people on Trafalgar Square in London. Also in Belgium VT
Some department stores have to prove that their fashion are affordable and can be used on a daily basis. Brand Alley promoted this in a creative and unconventional way. The store in the United Kingdom changed the crosswalk at Oxford Circus in London into