Innocean & Hyundai Power Latest Campaign Using The IONIQ Range

Innocean & Hyundai Power Latest Campaign Using The IONIQ Range
B&T Magazine
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The race to electric is on as a new era in automotive arrives. As EV adoption continues to grow, Hyundai is launching IONIQ, a range of award-winning, all-electric vehicles to innovate how Australians move into the new electric era, in a new campaign developed by Innocean Australia.

The IONIQ range will revolutionise the way Australians transition to electric mobility. The new IONIQ brand platform, ‘Tomorrow looks good’, offers a positive outlook on the future, with an experiential lighting display powered by and triggered by the IONIQ range in the campaign.

Innocean Australia teamed with Scoundrel Director James Dive to develop a new visual aesthetic – with LED light bars powered purely by the IONIQ’s ‘Vehicle to Load’ capacity.

These LED bars were strapped to the sides of the vehicles for the TV commercial. Every time the cars move forward, a customised light trail is left behind. Each IONIQ’s ‘light path’ was inspired by each model, choreographed to move in sync to a Stalking Gia cover of the song Tomorrow from the musical Annie.

The innovative technique was all captured in-camera using a method developed by Scoundrel and FIN Design + Effects that utilises all the latest aspects of long-exposure filmmaking while still allowing the creative team to push and finesse elements in a way that would not normally be able to be done with a regular long exposure capture. And all without the need for CGI.

“Research shows there is a growing uncertainty about the future, with many people concerned that innovation and technology is leading us down an isolated, disconnected path. And the EV category is no different, with brands reflecting a cold, tech-focussed world that lacks humanity. Therefore, to differentiate ourselves, we needed to position IONIQ as an EV brand that brings optimism to the EV category,” said Jenny Gulliver, Hyundai director of marketing.

“The filmic approach was to push the visual technique of light painting. Emerging tech can now allow light trails to be whatever you can dream of. The principles are still the same, but these light patterns no longer require you to wave a torch about in the dark. Instead, a singular length of LEDs can now be pre-programmed with an image. The LED length then steps through the image one line at a time using a depth of 210 pixels on each side of the car. As the object moves, the programmed pattern is painted one line at a time,” said James Dive, Scoundrel director.

“Wherever there’s an IONIQ there’s a bright future nearby. By merging the technique of light trails with the tech of the pixel stick, the IONIQs become a symbol of optimism,” said Dave Varney, Innocean creative director.

“It was an interesting process not really knowing how it was going to turn out. Even on set we had no way of knowing how it would look but the result is amazing”.

The campaign includes a TV commercial, plus will feature on digital, cinema and out-of-home media channels.

Credits:
Hyundai Motor Company Australia
Jennifer Gulliver – Director of Marketing
Alex Pinsuti – Head of Market & Brand Product
Emily Melinz – Brand Specialist
YouRhee Sung – Brand and Product Marketing Coordinator
Innocean Australia
Wez Hawes – Executive Creative Director
Dave Varney – Creative Director
Damon Porter – Creative Director
Georgie Parchet – Copywriter
Lachlan Rotherham – Art Director
Michael Macgregor – Design Lead
Renata Barbosa – Head Of Production
Dave Anlezark – Content Editor
Vincent Pled – Senior Account Director
Chiara Marotta – Account Director
Michelle Livni – Account Director
Adam Hosfal – Managing Partner
Jasmin Bedir – CEO
Gual Barwell – Chief Strategy Officer
Lucas Black-Dendle – Strategy Director
Production Company: Scoundrel
James Dive – Director
Adrian Shapiro – Executive Producer
Morgan Benson-Taylor – Producer/ Associate Executive Producer
Shelley Farthing-Dawe – DOP
Eat the Elephant – Lighting Tech
Beth Ryan – Production Designer
Adam Wills – Offline Editor
Cream – High-end Retouching & CGI
Pieter Owen – Senior Retoucher
Lee Turner – Senior Retoucher
Rozanna Bigeni – Creative Producer
Innocean Worldwide Australia Pty Ltd Level 9,1Pacific Highway North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia T (02) 9927 1500 www.innocean.com.au 3
Photography
Photoplay Photography
Michael Corridore
Wellcom Creative Production
Jake Condon – Integrated Producer
Kim Garraway – Integrated Producer
FIN Design + Effects – VFX
Jesse Meha and Stephanie Pocklington – VFX supervisors
Emily Newbould – VFX Producer
Alastair Stephen – Head of VFX / Executive Producer
Fergus Rotherham – Colourist
Rumble Studios
Tone Aston – Lead Sound Designer
Sean Wilkinson, Cam Milne – Sound Designers
Michael Gie – Sound Executive Producer
Music
Level Two Music – Music Supervision
Stalking Gia ‘Tomorrow’




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