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New commercial spot about currency trading
produced by freeger.com
For museum goudA Trapped in Suburbia were asked to redesign the torture exhibition in their cellar. And so they started to think how to make it more exciting and get kids to read the little signs next to the torture equipment. They’ve decided to make it an experience put al the information on the floor with UV-paint. In this way you can only see something when you put on the UV-flash light otherwise it is just a white floor. So you really have to go exploring and discover new things.
All the info on the floor is hand drawn, even the text. Illustration was done by Jos Verwer, the typography by Trapped in Suburbia.
Special thanks to the CabFabLab, for their support.
For more images, check http://www.behance.net/trappedinsuburbia
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