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RadioCovenant House - Walk on by - (2008) :40 (USA) Dabitch09 years 7 months ago
RadioDiva TV - Morning Sounds - (2008) :30 (UK) Dabitch09 years 7 months ago
CommercialsRevlon Colorist - Sheryl Crow Not Fade Away (2007) 0:60 (USA) caffeinegoddess29 years 7 months ago
RadioGun Amnesty - Granny - (2008) :30 (UK) Dabitch09 years 7 months ago
RadioConnex - No Pauses Man - (2008) :30 (Australia) Dabitch09 years 7 months ago
RadioEtisalat Autopay - I forgot - (2008) :45 (United Arab Emirates) Dabitch09 years 7 months ago
StoryHacker-artists can face three years in prison for fake nuclear blast on live TV Dabitch49 years 7 months ago
CommercialsKansas City Zoo - Koala (2007) 0:30 (USA) caffeinegoddess19 years 7 months ago
StoryNY Times: Innovative Minds Don’t Think Alike Robblink29 years 7 months ago
StoryWired: Vote for the Sexiest Geeks of 2007 Dabitch89 years 7 months ago
StoryTAXI creates coats for homeless people that insulate with newspaper. Dabitch109 years 7 months ago
StoryCoolz0r solves Asian football babes mystery Dabitch49 years 8 months ago
StoryMake poverty history - today. G8 rally live. Dabitch39 years 8 months ago
StoryAssociation Sets 'No Minors Under 16' Standard Dabitch79 years 8 months ago
CommercialsPepsi Vanilla - Battle of the Delivery Trucks (2003) - 0:30 (USA) claymore89 years 8 months ago
StoryCops pull over decent drivers just to give them Starbucks coupons. Dabitch129 years 8 months ago
CommercialsZ100 Radio Station- Times Square (2003) 0:30 (US) Robblink89 years 8 months ago
StoryList Lust baby - the countdown of 2007, in list form + a new neighbour in cyberspace called "ad rag" Dabitch49 years 8 months ago
RadioEnergizer Never let their toys die - Tape - (2007) :30 (South Africa) Dabitch09 years 8 months ago
RadioEnergizer Never let their toys die - Mythbusters - (2007) :30 (South Africa) Dabitch09 years 8 months ago
RadioEnergizer Never let their toys die - Phone - (2007) :30 (South Africa) Dabitch09 years 8 months ago
StoryPay it forward Starbucks Holiday cheer - presumably happens in drive-throughs. Dabitch69 years 8 months ago
StoryMore Yuletide cheer - games, poop and decorating random strangers! Dabitch09 years 8 months ago


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Toddler girl running to dad was so adorable swear my ovaries screamed.
I have to agree, good concept but fail in execution. That sound design killed my ears.
Ha! A Mail-order brides site should partner with the company next.
I've seen it all before... ;)
This is great!
Whoohoo. Here's a news clip about the 1995 Dockers campaign found on youtube.
Debbie & Blondie also sold "Maria" to a Casino brand in Sweden (called Maria Casino), so at practically every commercial break their roaylties go "ka-ching."
It has also completely ruined the...
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The soundtrack was created by Tuesday Collective, sound design.
Please don't mention the Carlsberg Ice campaigns - or the now discontinued beer - that was awful on every level, starting at that holographic paper label. Ugh, the nineites.....
I want to BUY one of these benches, they look great too. Sell them at Muji!
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Full disclosure: my best time careerwise, and best work was at Publicis, so I have a strange loyalty to the company still.
I saw a lot of people mocking this decision as it was announced, but I...
From USA Today 2/3/2006
The Super Bowl is the wrong place to show cultural insensitivity. That's what critics accused the now-defunct shoe retailer Just for Feet of doing in 1999, with an...