In celebration of Temple University, NoLibs production shop Klip Collective made Philly’s buildings come alive.
The firm projected video and slogans onto notable Philly landmarks leading up to last month’s Temple Made Live event and also did projections at the event itself. Neiman Group, in charge of the Temple Made campaign (and the team behind the Nerf gun powered by Twitter), commissioned Klip Collective to do the work.
You might have seen Klip Collective’s work at the Philly Geek Awards this year. The company did the animated shorts that introduced each award category and was also responsible for the genius podium effects (HughE Dillon called it “coolest podium used in any awards ceremony in history“).
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Catch Klip Collective’s work at this weekend’s Data Garden event at Bartram’s Garden.
Updated 12:28 p.m. 10/10/12 to fix Klip Collective’s name. We mistakenly called the company “Klip.tv”