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BMW puts 714 metal balls to impress you
posted May 24 2011 21:03.19 by Giorgos Lazaridis




BMW invests big amounts for quality (or just effective) advertising, like the "image eye burn ad" entry that i uploaded some time ago. This time, the BMW marketing department hired the talented people from Art+Com to make something impressive, and guess what, they did! Watch the following video with the 714 metal balls on strings, performing amazing kinetic sculptures.



[Via: artcom]    [Link: peterbmw1]
Tags: crazy photo/video   3D media   kinetic   artistic   commercial   animation   mechanical   crazy designs   
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