Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Makita drills "20.562 holes"

Convince people that Makita drills are high-precision power tools. Can one power drill be more precise than another? Yes. Makita drills are ergonomically designed to fit perfectly in any hand. They rotate at an optimal speed to minimise vibration. And they have a "shock buffer" system that ensures the perfect pressure of the drill bit point on any surface. So really, a Makita drill goes exactly where you want it to. they drilled over 20.000 holes into a wall to create a huge black and white image of, well, a Makita drill. To create the correct tones, the distances between the holes had to be very carefully calculated.

Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi Johannesburg, South Africa.