The first Sony Bravia Television Advert with the 250,000 "superballs" I thought was amazing, but now on a Glasgow tower block another amazing Sony event is about to take place, this time with 70,000 litres of paint!
The empty multi-storey high rise in Queen’s Court, Toryglen, will have thousands of gallons of paint blasted across it by fireworks as part of a multi-million pound campaign for Sony’s high definition Bravia LCD TV.
The advert has already been filmed, and we are awaiting release, they used:
- 70,000 litres of paint
- 358 single bottle bombs
- 33 sextuple air cluster bombs
- 22 Triple hung cluster bombs
- 268 mortars
- 33 Triple Mortars
- 22 Double mortars
- 358 meters of weld
- 330 meters of steel pipe
- 57 km of copper wire
First the 250,000 "superballs" and now this 70,000 litres of paint! This will surely make Sony be remembered, not only by its unique extravagant adverts, but by it's colour!
Two very good choices to portray the colour, I hope to see more adverts! Fancy that, I am actually looking forward to adverts for once, rather than cursing at the television set and changing channel!
It is true, I actually can't wait for an advert to be released. Tell me what you think.
My PSP Console, arrived today at 8:45 in the morning, which I wasn't expecting, I thought that it would come around 11:00, but instead they decided to deliver it as soon as possible. Anyway, it is charging at the moment and I will be able to play it within the next hour or two, I am quite pleased that it arrived early as otherwise I would have been moaning all the time up until it arrived.