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Tweets Come Alive

Salt, lemon and a good shot: that's what it takes.

Why does it matter
  1. A live pop -up, pixel based and tweet empowered band gig...easier done than said, so that's why we like it!
  2. No distance between the ad and the user, not even creatively, since even the actual pixels are user -generated.
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What is the most viral band these days?
Jose Cuervo might argue it’s OK Go, hence its sponsorship for two upcoming gigs in Rio and Sao Paulo.
Cool, but it doesn’t blow your mind yet, does it?
Well, remember those fan arts with every pixel of a celebrity being made of fan -taken pictures, composing a stunning mosaic? Now, imagine you had the same for videos, hashtags and facebook posts. London -based agency Albion popped the whole platform open for Cuervo, and served the campaign fresh to the web.
“A Quick Shot of Ice Cold”, would you.



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