Tiffany’s New Christmas Campaign Features Robots! #Robotics #MakeRobotFriend
Highlighting the maker element of their product with the slogan ‘Christmas Made by Tiffany,’ Tiffany’s launched a new add campaign with maker robots. The Robots, based off the iconic Tiffany’s boxes, also remind us of our very own Adabot!
Nodding to its new marketing campaign ‘Christmas Made by Tiffany’, which imagines the ‘magical’ construction scenes at the brand’s workshop during the busy season, Tiffany & Co has created an installation of interactive robots that have premiered in Covent Garden.
The robots, adorned in the brand’s trademark colour, have been named the Tiffany Robot Crew and will move around London during the holidays.
Complete with a giant boom box, the installation plays famous festive tunes with a twist, and allows customers to interact with the brand on social media and have a message appear on the main robot’s stomach.
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