The Storyboard could have been better proportioned, to admire instantly. But nevertheless, these billboards captured driving essence or the story which BMW fixated with a family. Now as BMW a brand, that can print glossy banners, life-size or facade full-blown screens and pulsate a visitor. But they have made a subtle essence to the branding, which was not jarring but optimal and lively.It blended simplicity but had emotions.What kind of emotions? Happiness, Family value, Moments coupled with the product, How often would you see facades hold such branding elements? Agreed, they adorn the interiors. But there exist a neat idea for most businesses to replicate this scene.
All does know its a brand of its own class. But when the brand looks to reach to people humbly, is more often a cinematic experience to the passer-by, some wondering a day to step-in and belong. Who said machines are machines? But they are used by humans, and machines are emotionally related, atleast in the sub-continent, and there lies a connection.
Now stepping aside and looking at Audi, another new showroom in the city, with narrow frontage, but enlarged it visually - by creating a void next to two buildings at the front. Created a vacuum to find what is missing betwixt two adjoined building, drives one in - and there you find gorgeous Audi scintillating in dazzle halogens, just at your eye-level view - and when the door is shut - a huge Audi banner on the facade - creates a sensational, dazzling sight - primed to be prestige and adorned.