We assisted on the creation of The Good Sun’s – Pop Wound, directed by Christopher Poole.
The video was featured across press, blogs and broadcasters including BBC1, Channel 4 & Channel 5.
Launched: February 4th 2012 | Views: 40,000 in 4 days | View the Video
Future Games of London asked us to create a viral to help promote their new mobile game ‘Grabatron’.
We teamed up with Christopher Poole and delivered a bespoke video by internet sensation Brett Domino.
The video received prominent mentions across blogs and social media, earning 100,000 hits in the first 10 days.
Launched: December 23rd 2011 | Views: 100,000 in 10 days | View the Video
Over 8 million views playing over 10 years of vuvuzela noise.
Our most successful viral was created within 48 hours of it becoming clear that the sound of vuvuzelas was a major talking point of the 2010 World Cup.
The viral underlays repeating vuvuzela audio to any website, allowing everybody to do it on their own and friends’ websites, making the joke personalised for all.
The viral was picked up for sponsorship by Paddy Power and was mentioned everywhere including the Huffington Post and the National Post.
Launched: June 15th 2010 | Views: 2 million in 72 hours | Visit the Site
MichaelJFoxNews aims to raise $15,000 for The Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research through what might be considered the web’s most tasteless joke.
The website shows a shaking version of FoxNews.com with a donation banner at the top.
The website helps break down social taboos associated with Parkinson’s disease, an effort that has sparked debate across the internet.
Launched: May 10th 2011 | Views: 100,000 in 24 hours | Visit the Site
Whilst we didn’t create the content of this video, we did work our seeding magic to help it go viral.
Ten days after the video’s launch, the YouTube views were at 333. At this point we started seeding and brought the views up to over 100,000 within two weeks.
We also helped bring in over 1031 likes, over 400 comments and 130 channel subscribitions.
Launched: Jan 11th 2011 | Views: 133,000 in 6 Months | View the Video
most popular in france, where the burka is banned.
The BurkaVision website has been getting consistent hits since its creation back in April 2010.
It was our first viral and remains many of the team’s favourite. It allows you to surf the internet through a virtual burka super-imposed onto your screen.
The viral is still currently the world’s most realistic burka simulator.
Launched: April 20th 2010 | Views: 240,000 in 4 months | Visit the Site
Vanilla Ice Promo
A Video with Vanilla Ice and vanilla and ice.
EattheChef gave Webdemic thirty minutes with rapper Vanilla Ice in a studio kitchen.
Along with Christopher Poole, they wanted us to create a viral to accompany their own video. With only a week to plan, we created a video that gained 14,000 views without having the benefit of even being on YouTube.
The video shows vanilla ice making a very special surprise sandwich.
Launched: 7th April 2010 | Views: 14,000 in 3 days | View the Video
Charlie Sheen’s Winning Website Maker.
In March 2011, we celebrated Charlie Sheen’s public outburst by giving people the means to make a website party just like Charlie.
The site imposes party and drugs paraphernalia onto any website accompanied by music and lights.
Objects include cocaine, alcohol, cigarettes and a pair of knickers.
Launched: March 9th 2011 | Views: 50,000 in 6 Months | Visit the Site
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