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Ball Park "Vending Machine" (2015) :30 (USA)

Ball Park "Vending Machine" (2015) :30 (USA)

Ball Park Jerky is tough and tender. Kinda like you when you knock the crap out of a vending machine to get a stuck water bottle for your coworker.

 

Ubisoft - Assassin's Creed Syndicate - Blades (2015) 1:17 (France)

Ubisoft - Assassin's Creed Syndicate - Blades (2015) 1:17 (France)

Assasin’s Creed Syndicate comes out on Wednesday, October 23rd. This time, it takes place in 1868 London in the heart of the industrial revolution.

 

Tesco - Being Big - (2015) :60 (Ireland)

Tesco - Being Big - (2015) :60 (Ireland)

Tilt–shift photography is back in this ad, this time turning what some people see as the negative of Tesco into the positive. Tesco is big. But big means they pass the the benefits of that size to customers, suppliers and local communities.

 

Nike - Inner Thoughts / Better for it (2015) :70 (USA)

Nike - Inner Thoughts / Better for it (2015) :70 (USA)

Nike bets on women in another campaign, by showing women's inner thoughts during workouts. The doubt, the boredom, the judging of other women and ones self.

 

Burger King "fresh promotion" (2015) :40 (France)

Burger King "fresh promotion" (2015) :40 (France)

"If you really want to enjoy the quality of our tomatoes, you need to touch them. To feel them."

 

Purrell "Cooties Catcher" (2015) 2:17 (USA)

Purrell "Cooties Catcher" (2015) 2:17 (USA)

What do you get when you take first grader hands and petri dishes? You get a lot of grossed out first graders. And some beautiful organic art!

 

Foxtel Broadband "Powered by entertainment" (2015) 1:00 (Australia)

Foxtel Broadband "Powered by entertainment" (2015) 1:00 (Australia)

William Shatner shows us all the cool things Foxtel broadband can bring us in this spot featuring rugby phenomenon Israel Folau; the Melbourne Housewives; comedienne Magda Szubanksi; NBA star Matthew Dellavedona; Olympic sprinter Matt Shirvington; and Formula One’s Daniel Ri

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