Sony’s new Bravia ad is the sequel in spirit to last year’s ad featuring 250,000 multicolored superballs and a steep San Francisco street. This time an array of copper pipes plus hundreds of cluster bombs and mortars dispensed 70,000 liters of paint on and around an abandoned high-rise apartment complex in Glasgow, Scotland. The paint, delivered on site in 1 ton trucks, was non-toxic, water-based, safe enough to drink and harmless to skin. Clean up took 5 days and 60 people. Video is available in HD, in addition to footage from behind the scenes.
Previously: 250,000 Bouncing Balls