Whether it’s the main draw or a feature of a larger event, photo booths add an element of entertainment and ensure social sharing. We’ve mastered the art of the photo booth in every form through years of custom designs, development, and fabrication. Branded backdrop, kaleidoscope infinity room, 360* boomerang, or clever GIF – the possibilities are endless, and we work tirelessly with clients to make sure the output represents their messaging completely while creating a unique highly shareable moment.
At Wango Tango, 7-Eleven wanted a photo activation as cool as their convenience stores on a summer day. We designed a pool backdrop set on the floor, inviting guests to kick back and sit in one of our floaties. An overhead shot gave the illusion of an actual pool experience, making this activation a convincing brag of a good time.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch knew they needed something out of the box for iHeart Radio Jingle Ball. We dreamed up a forced perspective photo opportunity where guests appeared to be falling into a bowl of the breakfast staple. Surrounded by larger than life props like twisty straws and emoji pillows, the result was visually stimulating and crazy delicious.
Macy’s is the top department store, so anything with their name on it deserves the top output. That’s why we go all out for their activations. At Jingle Ball, we fabricated a life-size snow globe where guests looked “stuck” inside. A Snapchat filter added a touch of holiday spirit with Macy’s bags, while props like gifts and antlers added perspective. At iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, our Macy’s Style House was rife with photo opportunities. Out front, our in-house illustrator designed a playful pair of butterfly wings for a self-directed photoshoot. Our exclusive Snapchat filter brought the mural to life and when used, unlocked a butterfly crown face filter. Once inside, guests were met with a pillow fight photo moment. Pillows suspended in air made the holographic bed scene appear to be mid-action, and our 360° Boomerang social output ensured the product felt organic and worthy of a post.
Verizon and iHeart Radio teamed up to create pop-up concerts in cities across the country and challenged Revolution to guarantee fans would remember their experience. With that in mind, we designed and fabricated unique photo booths for each show, pulling inspiration from the city as well as the artist while keeping the logo lockup in every output.
In Los Angeles, we kept it as visually bright and cool as the City of Angels. Guests at Bazzi struck a pose, then another, creating a seamless double exposure effect. Our Piso 21 activation took inspiration from the group’s Colombian background to create a GIF of guests “biking” through the barrio – with instruments of course!
In Seattle, we went all out for the birthplace of grunge. At Mark Ronson, we drew from the singer’s trademark style to custom design a disco ball and neon motif set to make guests the star of the show. Our digital graffiti wall at Shaed combined art and tech, as fans drew their designs and sent them to socials afterward. Concert-goers at Brockhampton took it to new heights – literally. Our forced perspective activation made fans seem as though they were scaling a building and making it look easy.