See Your Favorite Advertising People Get Blown Away in Super Slow Motion Wind portraits promote GE's holographic project

For Creative Week, GE and BBDO New York created a nifty holographic installation called "Throttle Up" that invites visitors to build a jet engine piece by piece. To promote it, Socialistic captured some super-slow-motion footage of well-known ad people taking some jet-engine-caliber wind to the face. The results are pretty amusing (see five videos after the jump), although cynics would say several of these people deserve a super-slo-mo slap to the face instead. See a few more videos at Throttle Up's Tumblr.

Gerry Graf, Barton F. Graf 90001

James Cooper, JWT2

Lars Bastholm, Cheil USA3

Colleen DeCourcy, Socialistic4

Seth Weisfeld, Huge5

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