It’s been a whirlwind of activity at SXSW in Austin, Texas this year! We’re excited about the buzz the following campaigns have been generating:
In 1994, a well-known publisher released a fighting game starring a then 22-year old basketball superstar by the name of Shaquille O’ Neal. Capitalizing on his immense popularity, the publisher allowed the game to be released with numerous shortcomings. The game has become a cult-classic, attaining the status of “so bad its good.” This time, Shaq-Fu returns and this time we won’t FU it up!
The URB-E Commuter is the perfect vehicle for the highly congested urban environment. Its three-wheel trike design allows for added stability and greater lower speed maneuverability, perfect for navigating pedestrian traffic. Plus, it has a 20-mile range on a single charge, a top speed of 15mph, and can fold small enough to fit next to you on a train or bus.
Misfit Shine is an elegant, all-metal activity tracker that you can sync with your smartphone just by placing it on your phone screen. Find out how active you are every day, and set goals to become more active. Wear it how you want, wherever you want.
Yako-na is a pure cinema film, a visual journey imagined from the perspective of the San Marcos river, and what it has seen over time.
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