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Do You Want to Remember?

Brand · March 26, 2013 ·

Watson DG created a beautiful new promotional website for the upcoming film «Do You Want to Remember?» by Danny Boyle.

In this innovative journey through the human mind, acclaimed director Danny Boyle dives into the realm of the subconscious with Trance. Exhibiting his usual bright color palette and contrasting grim, enigmatic atmosphere, Boyle takes us on a journey through selective amnesia and the depths of hypnosis, where reality is never exactly what it seems. Watson/DG was tasked with creating a site mirroring the chaotic distortion in the protagonist’s mind, conveying his inner self-conflict in a tangible medium. Watson employed a text platform for manual image corruption and achieved visual glitching and tearing from in-program, resulting in a whirlwind of fleeting images, words and symbols. Each leads to a different exclusive clip, or “memory”, with a bonus if you can remember (or forget) them all before inadvertently interrupting the trance. The quantity of “memories” acquired is shareable across multiple platforms, resulting in an effectively fragmented transition from cognitive cacophony to exceptional interactive experience.

A really splendid appetizer. Well done!

Diesel – The Magic of Christmas

Brand · December 18, 2012 ·

Diesel hypnotises its customers to reach ecstacy over their wondrous new Christmas gift selection. A witty comment on festive brand brainwashing. Behold the magic of Christmas in enchanting HTML5 and glorious and artistic canvas elements. A rich and «dizzy» experience created by Superheroes Amsterdam.

What are The Sevens?

Studio · July 4, 2012 ·

«What are The Sevens?» is an interactive film about a girl who discovers she has mysterious powers. The film and its characters appear to be caught in an infinite loop. Solve the puzzles to discover the true ending. Credits: Secret Location

New Citroën DS3

Brand · June 26, 2012 ·

Have a look at this brazilian microsite for the new Citroën DS3. Eventhough you might have already seen dozens of Flash sites like this, it is a solid piece of work. Slick transitions included. Credits: Rumba

Kinner Italia

Brand · May 30, 2012 ·

Kinner is an old Italian rugby brand with a lot of heritage. «The roots of Kinner Italia lie deep within the world of Italian football and rugby and for years have supplied men of action and other sporting heroes with high quality footwear.» This brand site is good-looking and has a lot of nice transitions but somehow it is debatable whether the use of Flash is/was absolutely necessary. Site credits: Premium Inc. and Yours

Welcome to the Bathtub

Brand · May 24, 2012 ·

Through a visually-dynamic web experience, visitors are invited to the Bathtub, join Hushpuppy in a celebration of life and childhood imagination. Watson DG created this nice promotional website for the movie «Beasts of the Southern Wild».

We are Maersk

Brand · May 9, 2012 ·

«We are Maersk» is a new storytelling platform for the Maersk shipping and energy company. It is customized to the users location and demonstrates how the company does business around the world. Nice campaign site created by LBi Denmark.

D-Day to Victory

Brand · April 23, 2012 ·

D-Day to Victory presents a fully immersive web experience with powerful compilation of accounts told by WWII veterans. Site credits: Secret Location

Insanely Driven

Brand · April 13, 2012 ·

Aimed at students and those in their early FMCG career «Insanely Driven» is a creative and innovative approach to character profiling and aims to drive awareness and understanding of the unique Reckitt Benckiser culture. Site credits: Euro RSCG London & Less Rain London

Falling Dominoes Game

Brand · March 6, 2012 ·

«Don’t have time to setup your own dominoes game? We’ve got you covered! Just get the bottle rolling and enjoy the falling dominoes fun.». The Falling Dominoes Game is a beautiful new microsite for Coca Cola. The «game» is actually quite pointless – then again it’s Dominoes, it’s just fun to watch. And just like the site pure eye candy.
via @JulienLavallee

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