Category: online video

A Lesson in Covering Up

Authors: Claire Coady, Social Media Manager and Simon Robertson, Strategist, BBH London Want to find out how to get a great look under even the most trying of conditions? Let YouTube celebrity and makeup artist Lauren Luke show you how in this helpful tutorial: [youtube width=”640″ height=”360″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-XHPHRlWZk[/youtube] If that wasn’t quite what you were expecting, you’ll know what Lauren’s many...

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Between Fantasy & Reality: Dels’ “Trumpalump” Promo

Author: EmmaLou Johnson (@emmaloujohnson), for Mint Source (@mint_source) [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spNJrsgc_YI&feature=channel_video_title[/youtube] The promo for Dels’ “Trumpalump” looks at the space between fantasy and reality and very cleverly focuses on a line from the track, as the directors behind the promo explain it: “Our process of generating ideas always starts with the lyrics. With Dels it helps massively that his lyrics create such vivid...

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We know Chrome is fast, but is Opera faster than a potato?

We enjoyed the new spoof of BBH New York’s / Google Creative Labs ‘Speed Tests’ films for Google Chrome. We particularly like the casting of two ‘Scandinavian’ looking gents as the main protagonists; perhaps a gentle reference to our own ECDs on the project, Calle and Pelle Sjoenell. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaT7thTxyq8[/youtube] Here’s the original, in case you missed it. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCgQDjiotG0[/youtube] And here’s our...

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Violently elemental. Yet beautiful. Time-lapse of Eyjafjallajökull erupting, May 2010

During the eruption of the volcano that no one can pronounce (or barely even spell) Sean Stiegemeier took his Canon 5D Mark II out and produced this rather ace short film, set to music sung by Jónsi (lead singer of Icelandic band Sigur Rós). We like the ethereal music mashed up with something that is, essentially, destructive. Violently elemental. Yet beautiful....

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The Enduring Power of a Story Well Told: The Man Who Walked Around the World

We’re super proud of our friends at BBH London who’ve produced something very special for Johnnie Walker. “The Man Who Walked Around the World” is a six-minute piece of storytelling that features Robert Carlyle walking through the Scottish Highlands. Carlyle tells the story of the brand’s birth, growth and development via some dazzling copywriting from BBH’s Justin Moore. This alone...