When approached to brainstorm and create online concepts for the iconic singer and all round outrageous superstar Grace Jones, Paris Panda suggested that Grace should arrive on the Facebook scene and ruffle a few feathers!
Who better than Grace to carry off such a feat? After some highly amusing research we crafted a new Facebook Application called Socially Sick, a phrase that a teacher once used to describe the school girl – Grace Mendoza.
We felt there was a definite calling for some outrageous, naughty behaviour amongst all the hugging, kissing, poking and general Facebook niceness. Spread the outrage here and find out how friends can ‘Lick’, ‘Pooh – pooh’, ‘Give the finger’ or ‘Howl’ at their mates as well as ‘Drag by the hair’, ‘Stand up’, ‘Dress down’ or ‘Slap’ each other in true Grace-like diva fashion.
As part of a wider campaign in support of the album release, ‘Hurricane’, her first in 20 years Paris Panda also delivered several eye catching online ads for placement across music and gay sites using artwork by none other than infamous street artist Banksy.
Grace Jones’ Hurricane went on sale on November 3rd and is followed by the EP release of ‘William’s Blood’ on December 8th, ‘William’s Blood’ is an 11 minute art piece produced by the much acclaimed Chris Cunningham. The award winning, music film and video director has previously won awards for Bjorks ‘All is full of Love‘ and directed Madonna’s ‘Frozen’ video.