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Grey NY Documents ‘The Rise of See Forever’

Grey New York teamed up with Whitehouse Post and Carbon VFX to document the rise of One World Trade Center and promote One World Observatory, set to open in the spring of 2015 in “The Rise of See Forever: One World Observatory.”

In the 50 second video (featured above) the visual history of One World Trade’s rise is pieced together from hundreds of crowdsourced Instagram images. Reminiscent of a flipbook, the images flit across the screen, documenting the eight year construction of the structure in under a minute and ending with a 360 degree view of the building as it morphs into the One World Observatory logo and the line “See Forever.”

“The Whitehouse Post team and I have watched One World Trade being built from our office since we moved in six years ago,” said Executive Producer Lauren Hertzberg in a press release. “It has been an absolute honor for all of us to work on this project with Grey.” Read more

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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-Grey NY appointed former Fallon senior AD Han Lin to the newly created position of creative director of design.

-Pray tell, is the PC dying? link

-OMD and R/GA alum Jody Sutter joined Portland, Maine’s VIA Agency as executive director of marketing and new business.

-B-Reel signed comedy director Roderick Fenske for both the US and UK markets.

-Congressional districts: the new Google AdWords targeting option. link

-Carmichael Lynch continues pushing out more work for Subaru (above).

-If you feel like living vicariously through an Olympian, Nike has an installation for you. link

-Don’t worry ladies, the NASA stud is still “living the dream.” link

-Hot dog carts in NYC now substitute for Trojan condom dispensers. link