Palau de Les Arts: Feel the emotions

Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions
Palau de Les Arts Integrated Ad - Feel the emotions

Despite the fact that more than several people visit the City of Sciences area – comprising the Hemisferic (IMAX cinema), Science Museum and Oceanogràfic (one of the largest aquariums in Europe) annually, the Les Arts programme is still unknown to many Valencian citizens and visitors.
Although the Les Arts building is seen as one of the most iconic architectural symbols of Valencia, its high quality and varied programming – which is on a par with the great European opera houses and theatres – doesn’t have the level of recognition it deserves. Serviceplan Spain developed a campaign that will give more exposure to Les Arts and its unparalleled cultural program, by bringing people closer to the content of the space itself. So the Emociónate en Les Arts campaign was conceived in order to communicate the wide variety of performing arts and cultural offerings available to people at Les Arts, and was also composed with conventional offline and digital ads and actions.

At the heart of the campaign was an installation involving placing 10 large supports outside Les Arts, on the promenade closest to the other frequented by visitors to the City of Sciences, in order to make it visible from all angles. For each of the 10 letters making up the word E-M-O-C-I-Ó-N-A-T-E, visuals representing different artistic disciplines of the cultural program of Les Arts were applied to decorate the letter. The letters had a striking design and were made with a light-reactive “iridescent” ink, so that when night fell, the entire word was illuminated and was visible from a distance in different parts of the city, having the effect of drawing more visitors to the building like moths to a flame. Each of the 10 supports also incorporated a QR code which passers-by could scan that linked to videos of shows in the Les Arts cultural programme, as well as a Spotify code which enabled people to listen to music related to the programme.

Source link

  • Share:

Leave a Comment

sing in to post your comment or sign-up if you dont have any account.