Our creative technologist Murilo went to Berlin the other week to bend his imagination around code and music. Read his story and trendspotting from Music Hack Day.
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To help Candyking make Easter a bit sweeter for Scandinavian candy lovers we made a digital egg hunt with a game plan stretching over two countries.
To help Universal Music discover new talent in a digital world, we worked closely together to develop a new music distribution platform for unsigned artists. The result is Spinnup – a one-stop shop for artists who want their music online and are looking for a record deal with a major label.
Did we unknowingly sign up for a subscription on the Consumer Electronics prize in the Webby Awards? Or do we just happen to make awesome websites? We’re not sure, but somehow we managed to win the category for the third consecutive year. For the same client. Thanks Zound Industries for great teamwork on the Urbanears site (which also happened to win the Best Visual Design category for mobile and apps, and got an honoree in Best Practice). And thanks Universal for great teamwork on the #TrueReveal campaign that got an honoree in Viral Marketing. And thanks everyone who voted for us in People’s Voice Award. Now, let’s pop the champagne!
This sunday MTV launched their new show Ex on the Beach (hot singles + paradise island + exes = drama). To generate buzz around the show we coined the word ex-posure, for unexpectedly running into your ex, and made an ex-posure forecaster to help people avoid it. Want to stay clear of exes this spring?
Get your own ex-posure forecast on http://www.mtv.se/exposureforecast
What happens when you gather musicians, dancers, hackers, scientists, architects and creatives to talk about the blend of art and technology? To be perfectly honest, they won’t come to any very concrete conclusion, but one thing is guaranteed: the debate will be totally inspiring.
A few months back we made an experiment in a nuclear reactor to launch the cover art of Avicii’s new album with the force of Tweets. The plan was to smash a black glass pane that concealed the art work by letting tweeters pump up the volume on a stack of speakers behind it. It didn’t turned out quite as we expected.