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Philips: Robot Skin

Shave it baby!!!

Philips: Robot Love - MPEG-4 clip
By popular request, here’s the spot for the shaving system that every men would buy. Sooooo… Does it ship in Bjork too?

The spot has been directed by Bruno Aveillan and produced at Short Films, London. Director of photography: Philippe Le Sourd.

Creative agency: DDB, London. Creative director: Stuart Buckley. Creatives: Mark Thompson, Dave Newbold.

The robot has been designed by Stephane Levallois and realized in the Spadaccini atelier.

ExVoto and Wizz added the necessary CGI beautyfication. Editor: Fred Olszak. After Effects and logos by Rushes.

A grande richiesta, lo spot per il sistema di rasatura che ogni uomo comprerebbe. Ma c’è solo così o anche più Bjork?

Lo spot è stato diretto da Bruno Aveillan e prodotto presso Short Films di Londra. Direttore della fotografia: Philippe Le Sourd.

Agenzia creativa: DDB, London. Direttore creativo: Stuart Buckley. Creativi: Mark Thompson, Dave Newbold.

Il robot è stato progettato da Stephane Levallois e realizzato presso l’atelier Spadaccini.

ExVoto e Wizz l’hanno abbellito in computer grafica. Montaggio: Fred Olszak. After Effects e logo sono opera di Rushes.

Robot Skin: Feel Different

DOWNLOAD (HI RES): Scarica Robot Skin.
[Format: MPEG-4 - Size: 16 MB - Running Time: 2 min.]

WATCH (LO RES): Guarda Robot Skin in finestra.
[Format: Flash Video]

LINK: Visita Rushes.

LINK: Visita Wizz.

LINK: Visita ExVoto.

LINK: Visita Short-Films.

LINK: Visita DDB London.

LINK: Visita robotskin.com

IMDB: Pagina di Philippe Le Sourd

CODECS: Flash

{ 2 } Comments

  1. Arkham | 13 February 2008 at 04:08 | Permalink

    Really?

    I don’t like this at all. It feels like such a cheap rip of the bjork video, (I realise Chris Cunningham doesn’t have a monopoly on female robots, but still) and the shaver-as-extention-of-her-arm thing looks so forced, i think it fails on lots of levels.

    Bad design, bad concept, bad execution.

    :D

  2. DeK - Delirium et Kaos | 13 February 2008 at 12:34 | Permalink

    I like the concept, but yes, every time you go for something that Cunningham did before, you find the way paved for you, but there’s almost no way you’ll manage to add something new or better to it.

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