If There Is Much In The Window There Should Be More In The Room

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Bach Played on Giant Forest Xylophone

This video of a Rube Goldberg musical device in a forest that is spectacularly large will both astound and give you a sense of serenity and bliss as you watch and listen. The music kicks in at about 35 seconds into the clip.

Okay, so it is technically a commercial for a unique wooden cellphone case, but they only flash that element at the very end for a few secs. The beginning of the video shows some of the setup and process, but once you see the ball start rolling down this device and the music begins - WOW! The Feed would like to take a moment to honor the creators of this amazing video - we salute your genius!

This is an incredible ad for the Touch Wood SH-08C, a limited edition wooden phone byDOCOMO. Although it is not a great ad from a branding perspective, it is a pretty phenomenal achievement, not to mention visually stunning.
The ad was created by using an insane quantity of wooden pieces to build a long downhill track/Xylophone that was able to reproduce Bach’s Cantata 147, Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring.

Concept by Invisible Designs Lab’s Kenjiro Matsuo.


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