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Metro "The daily catch" (2016) :53 (Germany)

Metro "The daily catch" (2016) :53 (Germany)

Fish used to be wrapped in newspaper when it was sold. Metro took that old behavior and turned it into a way to prove how fresh their fish is in this simple execution. Fishermen from all over Europe would wrap their day's catch in their daily newspaper before shipping out.

 

Telenor - The Gold Medal SIM Cards (2016) 2:00 (Norway)

Telenor - The Gold Medal SIM Cards (2016) 2:00 (Norway)

Norwegian national hero Aksel Lund Svindal is the world's fast skier. Telenor is Norway's fastest mobile network. To celebrate this, Svindal melted his first gold medal from 2007 and put that gold into 3 million SIM cards.

 

Flora Tristan Women’s Center "The Proposal" (2016) 1:50 (Peru)

Flora Tristan Women’s Center "The Proposal" (2016) 1:50 (Peru)

If abusers warned you first, there'd be no victims. Wow this is a nice twist to get the word out about domestic abuse. That's almost all I want to say because watching it blind has a very powerful impact. Really great stuff.

 

FMCN "This is yours" (2016) 1:20 (Mexico)

FMCN "This is yours" (2016) 1:20 (Mexico)

Mahahual is one of the most visited Mexican beaches by foreigners each week, receiving approximately 15,000 tourists. Those visitors generate large amounts of garbage.

 

El Cronista "Flights" (2016) 1:36 (Argentina)

El Cronista "Flights" (2016) 1:36 (Argentina)

Here's a fun metaphor for the economy, for El Cronista magazine.

 

ONgov "April fools" (2016) :18 (Canada)

ONgov "April fools" (2016) :18 (Canada)

Climate Change is serious, it's not like it's fake or anything. Or an April Fool's joke. It's real.

 

ONgov "Farting Car" (2016) :25 (Canada)

ONgov "Farting Car" (2016) :25 (Canada)

The takeaway to this spot is let's not leave this problem for our kids to solve, but I dunno, man. A farting car might just be what this planet needs.

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