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The Vagabond Project

“The Vagabond Project” is a travel web series that recommends the hidden gems of Hong Kong and Beijing to young influencers. Completed in April 2012, the show garnered a Webby Award in the Travel & Adventure category in 2013.

Follow “Project Runway” model winner, Millana Snow, as she uncovers Gen-Y subcultures in adventure, art, music and nightlife to food, fashion, sustainability and architecture. Catch the highlights in the trailer and some of the webisodes below!

TRAILER

BEIJING ARCHITECTURE

BEIJING STREET SNACKS (Part 2)

PEKING DUCK

HONG KONG STREET FOOD

WAKEBOARDING

LAN KWAI FONG

ROOFTOP BAR

SHOE BEATING

MACAU SKY WALK


May 2013 – The team reunited, but this time in New York City, to celebrate our WEBBY AWARD win!

For more webisodes of “The Vagabond Project”, visit www.thevagabondproject.tv

Posted 5 years, 1 month ago at 12:53 AM.

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Urbanears (Mandarin remix)

Street Value, the distributor of Urbanears, asked us to “remix” the brand’s product videos for their sales staff in China. So we changed the voice-over from English to Mandarin, added subtitles and appended a customized ending (3:00 – 3:25) to the original 4 videos.

Posted 5 years, 4 months ago at 2:43 PM.

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The Vagabond Project (Producers’ Message)


Slate Takes took great pleasure working with the producers behind “The Vagabond Project“, a travel web series that recommends to young influencers the “hidden gems” of Hong Kong and Beijing. It covers everything but the kitchen sink: from adventure, art, music and nightlife to food, fashion, sustainability and architecture. The show explores the sub-culture of both cities with host, Millana Snow. But first, check out what the producers have to say about the show here. Stay tuned for the webisodes to come! (Completed: October 2011)

Posted 5 years, 6 months ago at 10:07 AM.

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Sound Freaq Sound Platform

Sound Freaq tasked Slate Takes to introduce its new Sound Platform, a speaker system that features Bluetooth wireless technology. You can stream, high-quality stereo audio directly from your iPhone, iPad, Mac or other Bluetooth-enabled devices. (Completed: Aug: 2010)

This video has aired on the Home Shopping Network in the U.S..

It has also played at HMV stores in Hong Kong, on the Sound Freaq Sound Platform stand, such as this one in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Posted 6 years, 9 months ago at 11:50 PM.

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