Imagine a place where wild utes roam, where expert handlers capture them and harness their raw power, turning beasts into champion thoroughbreds. Well, that place is Walkinshaw Station. This adventure-tourism campaign promoted the launch of the Amarok V6 W-Series collaboration between Volkswagen and legendary performance tuning house Walkinshaw.
Written by DDB Sydney Directed by The Glue Society Produced by Revolver
Following an intense period of lockdown, Emerson’s unveiled the tiniest pub ever to grace the shores of the land of the white cloud. This pint-sized pub gave Kiwis nationwide the opportunity to enjoy an uninterrupted one-on-one with an old mate. Tiny Pub toured the whole country — and was booked out at every turn. In fact, for a tiny pub, it proved a massive hit.
Written by DDB New Zealand Directed by The Glue Society
To celebrate the success of the Netflix Original Series ‘Kingdom’, we created a three-story museum of historical artifacts – bringing to life the rich imagined history of ‘Kingdom’ at Song Won Art Center in Seoul, Korea. From severed heads to living zombies, this multidimensional experience thrilled fans, with a full month of tickets sold out in less than a day.
A response to Brexit – this largescale installation depicts a conspicuously yellow forklift overwhelmed in its attempt to raise a wooden crate. A solitary choreography between two common objects of function conveys a sense of heavy exasperation. Monolithic in presence, the work sits isolated on a plane, highlighting the symbiotic yet lifeless existence of both objects.
Hot with the Chance of a Late Storm Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney
Many a child cried when this sculpture appeared at Tamarama beach. But the simple twist of making an entire ice-cream van melt all over the sand provided many more with the most potent climate change message imaginable. The work was even featured at the Paris Climate summit.
A seemingly strong and stable relationship can sometimes reach a point where the arrival of a single question can sow a seed of doubt or destruction. This artwork allowed the audience to explore this downfall in a literal way. By entering an ordinary looking house, visitors discovered this one rained on the inside. Continuously. At the beginning of the 30 day experience, it was relatively exciting. But after a few days, the deterioration was palpable. And the rot had set in.