Have you ever visited an ancient monument and found it so destroyed that you can not even tell what the original form looked like? Well, now you can finally see them get restored right in front of you in just 3 seconds.
Achieving every tourist’s wish of seeing the original version of monumental ancient sites such as the Greek Parthenon and Egyptian temples, NeoMam studios created this new clever project for Expedia.
Although it was intended as a catchy marketing technique, the project visually brings to life ancient sites that have been depleted throughout time.
However, due to many archeological concerns and legal issues concerning the protection of heritage sites, having these ancient sites restored in real life is very unlikely. So, this brilliant project gives you the chance to see all your favorite ancient sites and tourist destinations get restored right before your eyes.
NeoMam is a content marketing agency that constantly uses visual elements in all their ideas.
“The team at NeoMam know how to make every campaign effective —an ability few other marketing agencies can lay claim to,” says Joe Jamieson, Content Manager of Work the World. “Since day one, NeoMam has understood our highly specific needs and have produced and outreached stunning visual content that always yields real measurable results.”
Meanwhile, the artists behind these brilliant renderings are Maja Wrońska and Przemyslaw Sobiecki, who work at This Is Render.
The ancient sites include the Luxor Temple in Egypt, The Hadrian Wall in England, the Ancient Pyramids of Mexico and the Roman temple of “Area Sacra Di Largo” which was ruined badly that you can not even identify that it was once a temple.
Operating more than 200 websites, Expedia is a platform for booking anything related to traveling from hotels to airline tickets to car rentals and vacation packages. The Washington-based travel company is now known as the world’s largest online travel company.