Relish "Careful what you sign for" (2016) 1:39 (UK)

Relish "Careful what you sign for" (2016) 1:39 (UK)

In this hidden camera spot, a barista helpfully explains to the punters how much they're in for -- after they've already put their signature on something. Funny as far as stunts go. I just don't know why we bother with hidden camera spots any more.

 

Romanian creatives make an accept ring for Pride

On May 23rd 2016, the Coalition for Family gathered 3 million signatures to change the way “family” is defined in the Romanian Constitution.

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Lennox "Degrees of Perfect" (2016) 2:00 (USA)

Lennox "Degrees of Perfect" (2016) 2:00 (USA)

Take temperature controlled walls plus thermochromic paint that reacts to changing temperatures and some murals created by street artists )but not on the street of course because it's illegal) and you get a mural that keeps changing.

 

First Hawaiian Bank - Let's Talk - (2016) 1:00 (USA)

First Hawaiian Bank - Let's Talk  - (2016) 1:00 (USA)

Although it serves a state with a population of less than 1.5 million people, First Hawaiian Bank is intent on reaching its audience with the sophistication of an international financial powerhouse.

 

Pirelli "Follow your road" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

Pirelli "Follow your road" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

For its P-Zero tires, Pirelli wants us to follow our own roads.

 

AAD "Looking Good" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

AAD "Looking Good" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

Oh yeah baby, check yourself out. Uh! Checkit! YOWZA. No really, check your skin out especially if you are in your 50's because you might spot the signs of skin cancer early.
Very silly spot with a smart message.

 

FlySafair's twitter fail and Twitter launched "Engage" - safe space for the 1%

"I was 4050 in queue now this!" says the woman on Twitter to the FlysafeAir account which is run by a social media manager who loves gifs.

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Atmosphere "Ringo" (2016) 4:35 (USA)

Atmosphere "Ringo" (2016) 4:35 (USA)

Minneapolis-based hip hop duo Atmosphere has a new album coming out in August called Fishing Blues, which will be their seventh album to date.

 

Harley Davidson asks where will the road take you. In Instagram posts.

Desperate to shed its baby boomer appeal and widen its audience which is understandable, Harley Davidson has launched the millennial-centric "Where will the road take you?" campaign for it's Australia and New Zealand market. They recruited three artists to create the above murals, allowing said artists to express freedom as they saw it.

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