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SpeakEmoji - the web app that lets you speak an emoji (2015)

SpeakEmoji - the web app that lets you speak an emoji (2015)

Speakemoji is an iphone app created by Sapientnitro, and it gave this bloke with his white skinny jeans, mustard yellow sweater and bleeding ear piercings a touch of "cool" so he can be down with his

 

United For Tunisia - a hymn to peace & solidarity (2015)

United For Tunisia - a hymn to peace & solidarity (2015)

The opening shots of blue bow windows in the traditional Tunisian architecture as the music swells sets the beauty shot standard in this ad. As a young girl runs up the cobble stone steps, she turns to the sea and makes a gesture to her heart.

 

Bobble: live for once (2015) :60 (USA)

Bobble: live for once (2015) :60 (USA)

72andSunny new York and their client Bobble spoof every single hip ad cliché they can think of, cribbing the best stuff from the ad manifesto generator while putting it to good use.

 

ExxonMobil "Run" (2015) :30 (USA)

ExxonMobil "Run" (2015) :30 (USA)

Without engineers, you wouldn't have cool gadgets like smart phones and social media. And you'd keep your "fitness tracker," on your shoulders.

 

ExxonMobil "Message" (2015) :43 (USA)

ExxonMobil "Message" (2015) :43 (USA)

I think this ad is saying without engineers our "tweets," would be delivered by actual birds. Or something. So...we should be engineers. Or something.

 

ExxonMobil "Rides" (2015) :39 (USA)

ExxonMobil "Rides" (2015) :39 (USA)

Without engineers getting around would be very different.

 

ExxonMobil "Watch" (2015) :41 (USA)

ExxonMobil "Watch" (2015) :41 (USA)

Without engineers there wouldn't be TV. Which is actually good when you think about it. it's because of TV that kids are stupid and not growing up to become engineers. Or boring ads for that matter.

 

EDEKA Weihnachtsclip - #heimkommen (2015) 1:45 (Germany)

EDEKA Weihnachtsclip - #heimkommen (2015) 1:45 (Germany)

This christmas ad has enjoyed 40 million views on Youtube, beating John Lewis to the title of the most talked about & youtube shared Christmas ad 2015.

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