This week saw the introduction of another component within Sony’s global ‘#ICan’ campaign as urban street artist Oliver Switch transformed a street in Camden, London with a stunning glow in the dark mural.
The artistic piece took on the campaign’s theme ‘#ICan see in the dark’ and saw Switch use vibrant colours, along with UV lights & paints to produce an animated drawing of a moonlit forest – a display that can be capture perfectly using the low light capabilities on your Xperia device!
Want to check it out for yourself? The mural will be on display until August 17th 2015. For those who can’t make it to London, check out the video below:
It’s also been a week for celebration here at Sony, especially for our friends over at Sony Music UK who achieved a 20-year best for its domestic artists in the Official UK Singles Chart, with a top three streak.
One Direction came out on top with their fourth No.1 single Drag Me Down, Calvin Harris hit No.2 with his single How Deep Is Your Love in collaboration with Disciples, and Little Mix stood at No.3 with Black Magic after enjoying three weeks at No.1.
From music to movies, as this week has also seen some exciting news for all you film buffs out there.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has unveiled release dates for 16 films that will be coming out on the studio’s 2016 and 2017 slates, including a Jumanji reboot set for Christmas (nearly 20 years after the first film hit our screens), two more additions to the Bad Boy movies & Stephen King’s The Dark Tower.