The interactive advertisement ties in with the Brooklyn Museum's exhibit on Bowie's visual legacy and New York Times editorial content

To coincide with the Brooklyn Museum‘s David Bowie Is exhibit, The New York Times  and BMW collaborated on an interactive Bowie-themed advertisement. Users can access the AR on any mobile device to step into an immersive representation of one of David Bowie's most iconic outfits—the striped bodysuit by Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto—and examine a virtual version of BMW's X2 vehicle. The experience is accessible through the New York Times app (no stranger to augmented reality content) alongside the publication's AR feature exploring Bowie's costumes.

The ad, created with Brooklyn-based agency Fake Love, ties into the multimedia museum exhibit, which was sponsored by BMW (along with Spotify). Open in Brooklyn until July 15, the show includes a broad collection items, such as Bowie's handwritten lyric sheets and music videos, that follow his creative process.

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To coincide with the Brooklyn Museum‘s David Bowie Is exhibit, The New York Times  and BMW collaborated on an interactive Bowie-themed advertisement. Users can access the AR on any mobile device to step into an immersive representation of one of David Bowie's most iconic outfits—the striped bodysuit by Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto—and examine a virtual version of BMW's X2 vehicle. The experience is accessible through the New York Times app (no stranger to augmented reality content) alongside the publication's AR feature exploring Bowie's costumes.