THE CONTAGIOUS CONVERSATION / CAPTURED IN AN IMAGE

The Contagious / Publicis Cannes seminar visualised

At our seminar, done in conjunction with Publicis at last week’s Cannes Lions festival, we experimented with live scribing – the art of capturing a conversation in real time, in a visual and dramatic style.

And without further ado, we present to you the results. The wonderful Dan from Scriberia has added to, amended and tidied up his representation of ‘The Contagious Conversation’ into a handy, one-size-fits-all image for your future reference. Doesn’t it look stunning!

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The Contagious / Publicis Cannes seminar visualised

At our seminar, done in conjunction with Publicis at last week’s Cannes Lions festival, we experimented with live scribing – the art of capturing a conversation in real time, in a visual and dramatic style.

And without further ado, we present to you the results. The wonderful Dan from Scriberia has added to, amended and tidied up his representation of ‘The Contagious Conversation’ into a handy, one-size-fits-all image for your future reference. Doesn’t it look stunning!

Our favourite bits are the Twitter birds emerging, tweeting, from a tasty pie to represent Wieden+Kennedy London’s recent Bake Club campaign for Lurpak, the smiley happy vibrator representing Durex‘s evolution from mere protection to the art of pleasure, and finally, a teeny tiny cartoon Barack literally ‘kicking off’ Pepsi’s Refresh Everything campaign.

Pass it on. Send it around. It’s all the contagious conversation, innit?

All that remains to be done is to thank the following lovely people. First, our friends at Publicis for providing us with a platform to share. Second, all of the audience who camped out to watch Ben Stiller came to see us. And third, all the people committed to furthering the contagious conversation. You know who you are.

For more details on Dan and his team and Scriberia, head to www.scriberia.co.uk.

http://www.contagiousmagazine.com/2010/06/contagious_conversation.php

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Autor: Gabriel Catalano - human being | (#IN).perfección®

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