Anything but Standard. In our first collaboration with the luxury hotel chain we decided to celebrate the most absurd, memorable and naughty guests complaints, comments or requests in the past 15 years. The Anything but Standard 2014 calendar features a collection of photographs that bring to life comments such as, “My girlfriend and I spent lots of money at the bar and on room service. Any compensation would be greatly appreciated.” and “I lost my kush. Where’s my kush?” Produced in a high gloss vibrant red, the calendar brings a bit of The Standard’s LA glamour and fun to every wall it adorns. Bring on 2014!
MOCAtv wanted to leverage it’s ever-growing youtube community and convert viewers to subscribers. So we created The Art X You Series, where the subscriber audience will be able to collaborate with a renowned artist. In the first installment of the series we worked with the most talented internet artist in the world, Rafaël Rozendaal. We turned the user comment section into a social media challenge and asked viewers to create an original idea for an URL and submit it so Rafaël could turn the most inspiring submission into his next art piece.
KK has teamed up with MOCAtv to help launch the world’s first art-centric Youtube channel. From strategic positioning to web films to social media platforms encouraging users to upload their own art, we’ve helped create a democratic space for MOCA’s artful programming to be viewed and shared by everyone. More here.
In our latest project for Red Stripe, we turned a corner shop into a huge musical extravaganza by transforming everyday items into musical instruments.
Bottles turned into trumpets, pot noodle pots turned into maracas and tins into xylophones. All instruments were brought to life when someone selected a can of Red Stripe from the fridge and we captured all the reactions with hidden cameras.