Nylon Studios is a New York and Sydney-based music and sound house.
Nylon Studios Says 'Yes' with Leo Burnett Melbourne
In light of the 2017 Marriage Equality Plebiscite in Australia, Nylon Studios collaborated with Leo Burnett Melbourne, Airbag Productions and Manimal Post to create this spot in support of the Marriage Equality Australia Campaign. While the spot was initially planned for only online usage and a one-time-only media spot, donated by Wrigley's, during the finale of The Bachelor, the overwhelmingly positive response from the media and public led to a stream of free media offers from companies in support of the cause, including retweets from many of Australia's public figures and even the Queen of Daytime herself, Ellen Degeneres.
The simple, yet beautifully powerful, images were paired with a gorgeous cover of Crowded Houses's 'Don't Dream It's Over' by Australia artist and activist, Sarah Blasko, thanks to Nylon's Licensing Manager, Chelsea Ramsden.