A 600-frame animated short film for Coca-Cola where each frame was captured on t-shirts worn by participants around the world.
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Thanks for lettings us know, but instalment is the correct British spelling (we're based in London). Installment is the American spelling.
It's a mid-tone metallic, so looks silver under bright lights or near-black in a darkened edit suite.
No, it's just a good a smooth base that slides round easily on the desk.
Thanks for letting us know. Fixed now!