Dita Von Teese starring in interactive Perrier campaign
Nylon Studios recently conceptualized and created a musical score for Perrier’s new interactive campaign, starring the lovely Dita Von Teese. Nylon was approached by production company The Colony and Ogilvy Paris to create a sultry soundtrack for the campaign’s innovative user-driven website. The site offers a game in which a lingerie-clad Dita strips and seduces in a variety of scenarios in a luxurious Latvian mansion.
Nylon composers Johnny Green and Jack Milas, in tandem with audio mixer Dave Robertson, created a sleek, adaptable soundtrack which gives nods to the musical stylings of Chris Isaak and Nick Cave, while adding a burlesque twist. The final score slowly builds at the right moments simulating a live musical performance and commercial sound – a combination rare in web content.
Nylon Studios mixing engineer Dave Robertson remarks, "The music aesthetic evolved over the whole project to a perfect balance between racy and recognizable."
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Nylon Studios' composer Jonathan Dreyfus and sound designer Simon Lister created the engaging music for a new call to action PSA for Oceana, featuring HBO's Entourage star Adrian Grenier. The PSA was directed by Klaus Obermeyer of Aero Films and Nylon Studios was hand-picked to design all sounds for the TV spot. Click here for the spot.
Simon comments, "The sound design complements the music without over powering the music, soft splashes, underwater atmospheres, slow motion feeling sounds."
Behind-the-scenes photos and a brief interview with Adrian were covered in the June issue of GQ Magazine.