Audi A7 "Spray" Video

Starting back on October 18th in Berlin, Audi helped promote their new car, the A7. A massive

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Starting back on October 18th in Berlin, Audi helped promote their new car, the A7. A massive piece done entirely through the use of spray paint was created at a high-traffic area. The almost 11,000 square feet billboard took 14 days to complete. The campaign hinges on Audi’s desire to highlight the ability to create from a blank slate.

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