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Heineken: The Valentines Day Serenade App

2. February 2012

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Backing up from the last amazing brand film called “The Date”, Heineken have launched “The Serenade”. A cool Facebook app designed to help you ask people out on a date this Valentines Day, via a personalised “Serenade” video. It’s available in something like 20 languages, so just about anyone in the world can participate, a [...]

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LG: Fashion Industry Vacuum Cleaner Viral

9. January 2012

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Ok so this sounds a little weird right, a vacuum cleaner viral video? Well, yeah, it can be done, here is a pretty clever piece of work from LG in Australia that’s gone viral over the last few weeks, picking up over 1.5 millions views on the original video, with a number of others picking [...]

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YouTube Rewind 2011 Showcase

28. December 2011

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Well, what a year, particurally for the growth and promotion of online video, and as always, YouTube has released the YouTube Rewind 2011 Showcase for your viewing pleasure, just in case you missed it among the first 3 million views of the round up video so far… here it is! Via AdsMitchell. So what makes [...]

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Google: The Online Checkout In Real Life

25. October 2011

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Ever wondered what some of those annoying checkout experiences online would actually be like in real life? Well, here is Google’s take on them. A satirical 2 minute video highlighting just how important getting the checkout experience right actually is. And while the guy buying a loaf of bread might not be the very best [...]

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Red Bull Academy World Tour 2011

17. October 2011

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Here’s a great video from Red Bull which celebrates the Red Bull Academy World Tour 2011. The academy produced this music video to showcase many different musical styles from around the world. The film mixes different animation techniques reflecting the cities the Music Academy is touring through, using a combination of 2D, 3D, stop-motion, photography, illustration, [...]

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Stop Motion: The King of Legoland

11. October 2011

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I thought I might post up a little eye candy to help get you into the week, and for anyone who use to love their toys, I’m sure you’ll appreciate this stop motion video that takes us on a journey of transformation from toy to toy as you might have collected them back in the [...]

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Lynx: Sexy Rugby Rules For World Cup

22. September 2011

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Most of you would have heard about the “World Cup” on in New Zealand right now, but I suspect a large percentage of you, particularly people from the US, might not know all the rules of Rugby… So, in a style made famous recently, here is the “Sexy Rugby Rules” presented by Lynx. I thought [...]

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Blink 182: Stolen Fan Content Music Video

7. August 2011

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After almost 8 years, Blink 182 have launched a new single, and with that, a very unique approach to re-engage their fan base, by trawling YouTube for every video uploaded that used their music without permission, then they set about cutting it into their very own music video, turning the tables on their fans, and [...]

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Nokia N8: The World’s Largest Stop Motion Film

3. August 2011

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Nokia is making another big push to promote the quality cameras on board their latest range of phones, by partnering with Aardman Animations and Wieden + Kennedy once again to create the Gulp animation, a new Guinness World Record animation filmed on the Nokia N8. The stop motion fim is shot entirely on the new [...]

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OK Go + Google: Interactive HTML5 Music Video

31. July 2011

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The “OK Go” guys have a habit of creating highly shareable music videos, with their last one generating almost 30 million views on YouTube alone. So it was quite interesting to see them team up with Google to create an interactive HTML 5 experience as their latest music video. Called “All Is Not Lost” the [...]

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