Huawei Outdoor, Digital, Design & Branding, Case study Shot/Reverse Shot by Buzzman Paris

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Industry Mobile phones, devices & accessories
Media Outdoor, Billboard, Poster, Transportation & Vehicles, Digital, Interactive & Mobile, Design & Branding, Case study
Market France
Agency Buzzman Paris
Executive Creative Director Georges Mohammed Cherif
Creative Director Boucheron Philippe, Patrice Lucet
Released June 2017

Awards

Lions Communication 2018
Design Lions Spatial & Sculptural Installation and Experience Bronze Lion

Credits & Description

Client: Huawei
Product (Service): Huawei P10
Agency: Buzzman Paris, France
Entrant: Buzzman Paris, France
Idea Creation: Buzzman Paris, France
Production: Buzzman Paris, France
Marketing Director: Vincent Vantilcke (Huawei)
Head of Digital & Media: Benjamin Mercadier (Huawei)
Digital Marketing Manager: Luisa Billamboz (Huawei)
PR Manager: Angeline Poupin (Huawei)
President and Executive Creative Director: Georges Mohammed-Chérif (Buzzman)
Vice-President: Thomas Granger (Buzzman)
Managing Director: Julien Levilain (Buzzman)
Creative Director: Philippe Boucheron (Buzzman)
Creative Director: Patrice Lucet (Buzzman)
Artistic Director: Carole Morlot (Buzzman)
Artistic Director: Yvonnic Le Bruchec (Buzzman)
Account Director: Thomas Crouzet (Buzzman)
Account Manager: Clément Chagnaud (Buzzman)
Head of Social Media: Julien Scaglione (Buzzman)
Social Media Manager: Noémie Gmür (Buzzman)
Head of PR & Communication / PR Assistant: Amélie Juillet / Kenza Bennani (Buzzman)
PR & Communication Assistant: Victoria Morin (Buzzman)
Head of TV Production: Vanessa Barbel (Buzzman)
TV Production: Assya Mediouni (Buzzman)
Assistant TV Production: Saveria Besset (Buzzman)
Event Production: La Lune Rousse (La Lune Rousse)
Synopsis:
The Campaign
Huawei opened a gallery at the Rencontres d’Arles, the biggest photography festival of the world…and invited the famous New York portraitist Billy Kidd for an interactive exhibition. People who were admiring the work could also be part of it.
Creative Execution
Portraits of New Yorkers taken by Billy Kidd were displayed, with Huawei smartphones above them.
Behind the scenes, the photographer could activate the smartphones remotely to take pictures of the audience’s reactions in front of its photos. These faces were then printed and displayed as well, in response to the portraits. They became part of the exhibit. The exhibition was designed and the smartphone were placed to get the best reactions, and to transform them into a piece of work.
Indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
For the first time, the spectators of an exhibition were able to be part of the work. They also discovered that the Huawei Smartphone was able to compare with the best black and white cameras.
With this innovation, the Huawei Gallery is the Rencontre d’Arles’ exhibition that has generated the bigger amount of conversations…and of media coverage.
More than 10K were shared on line. And we got more than 90M impressions in social media.
We had to convince people who are really involved in photography (photo lovers, journalists...), so we decided to catch them in Arles.