Photos of seven bare-chested women with the painted bodies support a social-media campaign "What normal feels like," executed by the agency Karmarama.
Two spots created by JWT London and produced by Academy Films, introduce the viewers to some strange scenes shot on Canon cameras.
Called a “Double Space for BMW—Precision & Poetry in Motion,” the installation consists of two shining aluminum 15-by-10 m curved sheets hanging under the ceiling of the Raphael Gallery of the V&A Museum.
The special event will be organised in the form of hackaton—the companies will have to present data-driven solutions, based on data provided by Unilever.
Through partnership with the nonprofit Turnaround Arts, participating schools will be able to stage "Annie" with the financial and professional teaching help from both the program and the production team behind the film.
The social-media campaign promoting the event and launched by main content partner Upworthy.com, a super popular mission-driven content platform "about things that matter," has already gone viral with more than 400,000 views, 150,000+ social actions.