Man­u­fac­tured pop

Web Designer - - Popcorn Tv -

One of the many in­ter­est­ing things sur­round­ing this unique project is the role it has played in re­in­forc­ing an artis­tic part­ner­ship. In some re­spects the real story be­hind build­ing both Pop­corn ex­pe­ri­ences has been about es­tab­lish­ing Pop­corn 66 as a stu­dio. Very much a prod­uct of a cre­ative meet­ing of minds be­tween founders Ro­main Zi­touni and Priska, the part­ner­ship has gone from strength to strength dur­ing pro­duc­tion of both web­sites. “The Pop­corn Garage project re­ally started from a com­mon de­sire to col­lab­o­rate to­gether,” Priska ex­plains. “It was about cre­at­ing some­thing that be­longs to us with­out the in­volve­ment of an agency or cus­tomer, a fan project made by fans for other fans.” In­deed, the whole mis­sion state­ment for where the pair wants to re­side the­mat­i­cally with its work was very much set then and there. Fol­low­ing up with Pop­corn TV, the ap­proach re­mained dif­fer­ent to the tra­di­tional client and agency par­a­digm to stay true to the orig­i­nal vi­sion while crys­tallis­ing the in­flu­ences so close to their hearts. “The im­por­tant thing was to strengthen our links with Priska and un­der­line the point of how we com­ple­ment each other,” ex­plained Ro­main. “So we nat­u­rally de­cided to form the stu­dio Pop­corn 66 out of the shared am­bi­tion to work on cre­ative projects around pop cul­ture by bring­ing our ex­per­tise to­gether.”

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