RareKind x Naked
An on-pack promotional campaign brought Naked and RareKind London together, when we were asked to produce a large-scale mural painting using spray paint showcasing the ‘juiciness’ of Naked!
The artwork we produced was then used in a massive online, point of sale and on pack promotional campaign.
RareKind x Sol Beer
We worked alongside Creatives from world-class ad agency BBH to help them produce a series of films where we paired artists with Sol Beer’s ‘Local Heroes’ project. Ben Holman directed the films with the Blacksheep Studios. Four films were made in which we have artists – Matt Small – Beste Ever – Ben Slow – Ino, respectively, creating stunning portraits of the film’s subjects, as the narratives unfold. David Samuel produced the art worked quotes in hand painted lettering that incorporate into the film creative.
RareKind x Relentless
Jamie Julien Brown and David Samuel were asked by Relentless Energy Drink to produce an installation in their Denmark St. Soho store window. Working within a creative framework to capture the essence of ‘energy and movement’, here’s what they came up with. Mirrored acrylic with gloss paint and el wire. Check the video produced and directed by Lyle Lindgren.
RareKind x Pentand Brands
Working alongside the ever so talented Stu Ross-Sheran, a CD at Pentland Brands we produced this large wall painting at their offices in Finchley, North London. Stu re-branded the company and we produced paintings inside and out along with some hand pulled screen prints which were drum scanned and used as texture and colour for business cards and letterheads etc. Amazing project.
RareKind x Breaking Bad DVD Release
RareKind teamed up the Big Money Screen Gang and Sony Home Entertainment and produced this film for the Breaking Bad series 6 DVD launch.
Working with RareKind artists Aroe and AVK we produced a large-scale mural depicting a selection of scenes from the series. Alongside this we were also commissioned to write, storyboard and produce an accompanying promotional film.
Images from the painting were photographed, printed onto a banner used the read-o-graph of the Prince of Wales Cinema Leicester Square for the promotional screening.