Cat Velez - 2nd Nov 2015

Frank Borin has worked his magic to give British pop band The Vamps a wholly American look to match their sound. 

It sees the guys staging a city-wide takeover, tagging their logo with spray paint and fireworks as well as disseminating a clip of singer James McVey on all available screens to get the word out that The Vamps are performing atop a telecoms-tower near you... You gotta think big if you're up against 1D and Bieber!

PRO Credits


ProducerGina Leonard
Production CompanyLucid
CommissionerRachael Paley

Cat Velez - 2nd Nov 2015

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