Te Papa Tongarewa (Museum of New Zealand) wanted people on the street to have a taste of Andy Warhol to promote the Warhol Immortal experience. We custom-built a 70's subway photo booth. And developed a pop-art photo treatment.
L'Oreal was looking for an extra touch of luxe for their Colour Trophy award night, and found it with our love-seat. A logo wall added impact.
The Dowse Art Museum emphasise street art and participation at The Big Day Dowse event. We collaborate with artists, like BMD, to create a compelling attraction. Participants took home an enduring memory.
When the New Zealand International Film Festival wanted fun interaction with their nostalgic titles, we were there. When they needed social media snaps for their Facebook page, we were there too.
Film sensation What We Do In The Shadows won the the film marketing top gong this we. We supported the campaign with Instagram, roving and red carpet photos, and a pretty sharp mock up of the infamous flat, strengthening their social media presence.
A pop up photo booth is an idea worth spreading, and that's just what TEDx Auckland have done for the last three years - we ran our studio with love seat in the break out zones, and headed to the party for more GIF times.
Absolutely Positively Wellington hosted the All Blacks and South Africa and used pop up studio, with photo and video to invite fans to demonstrate their support.
Sustainable Coastlines do an absolutely incredible job with coastal cleanup and environmental education. We love to support their annual ball in Auckland, with our vintage Amazing Travelling Photobooth.