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Posted May 20, 2013on:
It is estimated 67% of online searchers are driven to search by an offline channel. Connecting the offline, to the online, and back again, is exactly what Rijksmuseum did here – creating a fantastically shareable video and image, driving immediate and sustained buzz and massive queues at the opening these theatrical types were promoting..
Hat tip: Clairey Ross
Great concept from Confused.com – presumably in collaboration with Butterfly Twists.
Of course, as YouTube commenter unreal203 pointed out:
There are tens, if not hundreds of millions of women all over the world who drive in heels every day with no problem. It’s not a hard skill to aquire, if it can even be classified as a skill at all. Real women do it in heels.
Haha. Too true. And IMHO if a woman was running the competition you’d also get a fabulous pair of heels to change into / out of thrown in as well as the sensible flats… So it’s a bit of a gimmick that doesn’t quite get how a women might see all this. But still. All in all it’s nicely done: