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Ready, Steady, Get Caught in Swarovski

Red Tettemer O'Connell and Partners have launched a new campaign/activation for Swarovski called Ready Steady Caught. It encourages you to "get caught" wearing Swarovski, in exchange for swag.

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Israeli Lottery Selfie ad.

It's going to take you a while to get used to the good life. True. But I have a weird feeling that most lottery winners turn into people who never ever stop taking selfies.
Remember kids, money can't buy taste.

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Year of the Horse - Fred & Farid create Wechat emoticons

To celebrate the Chinese New Year - or Lunar new year if you'd rather - Fred & Farid Shanghai created a FF Wechat emoticons collection around the horse. Wechat is a mobile text and voice messaging communication app, with 300 millions members around the world, of which 240 millions only in China.

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Delta Cotton Underpants make you feel like Marilyn Monroe

Nothing says cool like wearing breathable underwear. Except an homage to an iconic scene involving Marilyn Monroe and a subway grate.

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LG Hombot wants you to get rid of the filthy corners

In every house there is a filthy corner. In this particular execution, that filthy corner is reminiscent of New York, circa 1976. I think that's a young Jodie Foster down there.
So that makes LG HOM-BOT is the vacuum equivalent to Travis Bickle.

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Porsche - 911 Rear Horsepower Billboards - China

Fred & Farid continue selling Porsche's with huge visual billboards in China.
The 911 is the unique car with the engine placed in the back. "This campaign is a metaphor of Porsche's unique rear engine design." Also, these billboards are really huge.

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LG TV's new curved sensational discovery

LG OLED-TV crazy realism and depth will challenge everything you know about TV. Except for the fundamental question: Why is there never anything good on TV?

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Free your prisoner photos with LG

If your photos are on your smart phone and haven't been printed, they're prisoners. Free the prisoner photos with LG's pocket photo mobile printer.

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