Asylum Artists goes cross border shopping with TD Bank

Asylum Artists was approached by our friends at Mirum agency to help tell a few little stories about the client experience banking with TD, versus banking with other banks.

The creative was to build a Rube Goldberg machine which would illustrate the frustration clients experience while dealing with their every day finances with other banks – such as cross border shopping – which TD Bank has now made easy.

But to illustrate something complex is no easy task! And a Rube Goldberg machine is no walk in the park!

Thankfully with the fantastic artistry of Toronto’s best props builder, Peter Sutherland, and many tests, hours, and with much elbow grease, we were able to bring this job from concept to completion!

Each Rube Goldberg machine (We created and shot 3! Stay tuned for the other spots!) was shot start to finish as a complete single take, but extra shots were taken for the ability to push in to certain details to really help display the beautiful artistry involved in these complex machines.

Enjoy the first of three TD Bank spots!

 

AsylumArtists.com presents – Archie Alleyne’s “The Evolution of Jazz Ensemble” December 2nd, 2010

AsylumArtists.com presents - Archie Alleyne’s "The Evolution of Jazz Ensemble"

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

You can now purchase your tickets for the event being held on December 2nd, 2010 @ The Asylum 100 Carlaw Ave, Toronto, ON.

All of the proceeds from the event will be going to the AASF, to help ensure young musicians can get financial support and learn from some of the greats in Jazz music.

Without the Past… There is No Future…

The website for the AASF.ca will also be launching on December 2nd, 2010. We have been in production on the website since late August, and now are working with TA2 Sound + Music, and Xerogravity.net to finish off the post of the production, and develop the flash site for all of the amazing content we have been getting. Thanks to all the support of our sponsors, and all of those who have come down to the studio to talk about Archie.