October 1, 2015 Awesomeness
Have you ever seen a giant wooden xylophone in the forest? Just kidding, of course you haven’t! Well until now that is…. The Japanese adverting agency known as Drill Inc. built a giant wooden xylophone that’s roughly a mile long in the middle of a forest. Each wooden key is made up individual notes, and when a wooden ball starts rolling down it, it plays Bach’s famous Cantata 147. And yeah… they did all of this for a cell phone commercial.
3 responses to “This Incredible Mile Long Wooden Xylophone Plays Bach When You Roll A Ball Down It”
Reblogged this on weggieboy's blog and commented:
Following the horrific news out of Paris, it is good to see our kind also is capable of beauty and joy. I want to dedicate this to the poor souls who died pointlessly, terribly in Paris. Words are beyond me just now.
Reblogged this on Cryptic Garland and commented:
It is so nice to get an advertisement that is gentle, engaging and peaceful.
And thank you to Michael Bradley.
What an amazing creation!