Welcome to the Famous Five, our weekly series covering 5 famous places ThemeKeeper items have been used.
What Jack Whitehall, Microsoft and Nvidia used from Envato
Using: Avada by ThemeFusion
Jack Whitehall is an up and coming British stand-up comedian, actor and writer who’s appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Late Show with James Corden, The Graham Norton Show and in the recent BBC One programme, Decline and Fall.
And he’s using ThemeFusion’s Avada on his website. With its simple layout and clear focus on images, the site has shows off why this WordPress theme has become one of the most popular in the world.
Using: Uplifting Strings by Korolkov
Mischka Aoki is a luxury brand for children. And in this montage using, Uplifting Strings by Korolkov, they take us behind the scenes of putting together their Spring Summer Couture Collection for 2017. From cutting and dying fabric to detailing the dresses, you get a sense of how much care is taken to bring their concepts to life, and how beautiful the final products are.
All from a 3 minute video that’s as beautifully crafted as their clothes.
Using: MapSVG by RomanCode
Microsoft have used a СodeHolder item on their German website. Their page, “In dialogue with politics and society” features a map using RomanCode’s MapSVG to show off where they’ll be at CeBIT global, the largest computer expo trade show in the world.
It’s the second time we’ve noticed the tech giant using an ThemeKeeper item. The first was earlier this year in an ad for the Microsoft Cloud.
Using: Metal by Alec_Koff
Max +100500 is a Russian YouTuber with over 8 million subscribers. He’s used Metal by Alec_Koff in this video which starts like any average interview/video blog, but quickly escalates into a kung fu battle of epic proportions. It’s gotten nearly 2 million views.
Epic by WaveToys
And finally, Nvidia has used an AudioJungle track in a video about the VR Funhouse Game Jam which was held in Hamburg, Germany at the end of 2016. Filled with interviews with the gamers who competed in the event, which was held on a boat of all places, the video features competitors in action gaming on PCs that are no doubt sporting Nvidia chips. It’s an interesting and well produced video designed to satisfy the brand’s target audience. It uses Epic by WaveToys.
And that’s the Famous Five for this week.
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Opening credits: Future by soundEGO
Microsoft: The Beauty of Technology by Berlin-InEar