Dec
05

Weekend Video: A subway full of apples

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Check out this video from City Harvest. As part of their efforts at reminding New Yorkers not to waste food during the holiday season, they loaded up a subway car full of apples and filmed it arriving at the shuttle platform at Grand Central.

Well, not really. The apples are computer-generated, but the ad, shot entirely on an iPhone camera, looks pretty slick. It certainly gets the point across. Draftcb, the agency behind this subway-themed public service announcement, put out a video showing how they put this one together. Watch it after the jump.



Categories : Subway Advertising

9 Responses to “Weekend Video: A subway full of apples”

  1. Son of Spam says:

    Totally unrealistic. The conductor doesn’t have an accent and you can hear him clearly.

  2. JP says:

    I really enjoyed this. Thanks for posting it Ben!

  3. SEAN says:

    Was there an app for that? I second that sentament, wow!

  4. herenthere says:

    I actually thought they filled the car with apples…but then the second video totally blew my mind.

  5. Peter says:

    Note that all the MTA logos and identifiable “trademark” graphics are deleted.. . . . .

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