To celebrate and wrap up a memorable UEFA EURO 2012, we headed to Kiev on 1st July to create an equally special film of the final day. Featuring the Spain players and fans watching the game in the spectacular Kiev Fanzone, the film was shot using super slow-motion cameras and cutting edge drone-mounted cameras operating high above the city.
China’s Rendezvous in Space: http://nyr.kr/LzWcvZ
Over the last decade, China has moved with purpose, putting its first person into space, completing an inaugural spacewalk, and launching two lunar orbiters. But it is not doing anything rash; the pace, four missions in four years, is a stately one. “China’s careful, sustainable approach cannot be compared to some early Soviet ‘firsts,’ which took safety shortcuts in order to achieve politically-timed space spectaculars,” according to Andrew Erickson, of the U.S. Naval War College. “By working on its own terms, on its own time, Beijing is building for the future.” The caution also reflects the risk that when a project becomes so closely identified with national pride, its success or failure becomes doubly significant.
‘Citihenge’, a recreation of Stonehenge made of cars, is unveiled on London’s Southbank by Skoda to launch their Citigo model. The giant sculpture provides Londoners with a meeting point to celebrate the summer solstice. Amazingly they might not need umbrellas, as it’s not raining today in London. It is made from 18 scrap cars, weighs 36 tonnes and is over 5 metres tall.
I lost a bet and I have to come here and ask the hottest girl on a date…who do you girls think is the hottest girl in this place?