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The Top 5 Things We Saw in November!

30 Nov

November! If you like what you see here drop us a line.


The Future of Mobile Gaming Has Arrived..

And now the fate of the Galaxy is in your hands.

The Star Wars: Falcon Gunner Augmented Reality game brings the Imperial Forces fight into your own backyard, literally. Amazed, you will be!


Destroy to Create

The pursuit of destruction in the name of creation.

Nike’s rather dark and subversive London launch event for the new Destroyer range of apparel.


Drivers Wanted..

For a test drive with a twist

Skoda transforms the common desk chair into a fully functional rally car seat with this Augmented Reality game, promoting the new Fabia RS.


Flush Tracker

Embrace you’re inner toilet humour.

Ingenious idea putting Domestos front and centre of National Toilet Day. Insert lavatory pun here!


Scrabble Block Party

Contains a Giant Man, a Dragon and Pie-throwing Idiots.. say no more.

Scrabble: The Block Project. A very cool live activation that sees an apartment block get transformed into a living Scrabble board. N1I1C3E1


What the music industry is teaching us about Location Based Services

22 Nov

In a surprising move – judging their reputations as change-fearing stick in the muds – the music idustry is leading the way nicely with its uptake of Location Based Services.

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Top 5 things we saw in September!

23 Sep

Here are some of the things we’ve been enjoying at P|SF recently.

This time we have a bear, Facebook ‘Likes’ get physical, destroyer burritos, catwalk to consumer fashion, and a nostalgic tune about your old neighbourhood. If you like what you see here visit our blog to see more of the latest work that’s happening in experiential and digital, or drop us a line.

The Tippex Bear.

A new take on an old favourite – Does a bear ____ in the woods?


With a knowing nod to Burger King’s classic Subservient Chicken campaign, Tippex creates a narrative blank to be filled by audience suggested outcomes in this humorous and engaging viral.

The Like Machine

You Like. You swipe.


Here at P|SF opinion is divided – either this is the most amazing way to track consumer behaviour and engage them both digitally and physically, or the most sinister method of data-collection to date – what do you think? The technology and opportunities are undeniably impressive.

The Wilderness Downtown

Arcade Fire and Google Earth take you back to the block

Arcade Fire and director Chris Milk have created an innovative interactive video for their new single The Wilderness Downtown (a P|SF stereo favourite). The clip employs Google’s Chrome OS, Maps and the latest HTML5 technology to take you through a stirring and personalised trip of the streets you grew up on.

The Destroyer Burrito!

Nike & Korean Burritos?? Just go with it.

What’s more natural than Nike and Korean Burritos? Probably a lot of things. But in a crowded marketplace this is a fresh take on social media integration campaigns and it has nice local relevance.

Burberry Live

Fresh from the catwalk to your iPad


English fashion house Burberry continue to break new ground in the digital sphere. Last season Burberry globally broadcast their collection live in 3D. This season customers at selected Burberry stores worldwide will be able to order the clothes directly from runway using an innovative new app.

BBC 6Music – A triumph for grass roots activism? Or groundbreaking cynical social media campaign?

11 Aug

As everyone will be aware, the BBC Trust has now saved 6Music from the threat of closure. This was the result of a wildfire social media campaign sparked from within the social media leaders and gatekeepers –  the very people who worked for – or with – 6Music interestingly enough.

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Myspace Admitted to Rehab, but is there a Darker Underlying Prognosis?

30 Jul

With MySpace having announced that they are to embark on a brand re-launch and site design overhaul, questions still remain as to how effective this will be at stemming the tide of users  abandoning ship in favour more popular social networks, such as Facebook.

More to the point, the case could be presented that (until now) MySpace’s unwavering reliance on a content (music) hosting proposition, vs that of a content sharing proposition – adopted by Facebook – has already left them out at sea – and out of the hands of users, literally.

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