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DDB Canada designs some great posters for their Netflix campaign

You gotta get it to get it. The only one Id din't 'get' was Life of Pi because I didn't see it. That movie looked like it sucked. Either way, love the design of these.

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Neutrogena "Stop Junkface" (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

Neutrogena "Stop Junkface" (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

Hey, Canadian men: Stop cleaning your face with the same soap you clean your junk with. There's even a microsite called Stop Junkface where you can learn more, if you are so inclined.

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Strategic Milk Alliance "Cushion" (2014) :30 (Canada)

Strategic Milk Alliance "Cushion" (2014) :30 (Canada)

This campaign for The Strategic Milk Alliance highlights the benefits of adults drinking milk by reminding them how well it pairs with foods. It's aimed towards busy parents with young kids.

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Strategic Milk Alliance "Rain gear" (2014) :30 (Canada)

Strategic Milk Alliance "Rain gear" (2014) :30 (Canada)

Not everything we did as kids made sense. Drinking milk did. This campaign highlights the benefits of drinking milk for adults because it goes well with food.

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AXE - Pheromones Business cards attract women (2014) :90 (Canada)

AXE - Pheromones Business cards attract women (2014) :90 (Canada)

When AXE's marketing team needed new business cards, UNION Canada thought of loading these cards with more information than just their name and telephone number.

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Victoria Gin - That's The Spirit - (2014) :35 (Canada)

Victoria Gin - That's The Spirit - (2014) :35 (Canada)

A good gin is fit for a queen—a great gin is named for one. Throughout history, there were none quite like Britain’s Queen Victoria.

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Coors Light "Say YES to Adventure" (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

Coors Light "Say YES to Adventure" (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

Coors Light Canada gets weird in this spot featuring a talking bear hat, horse loving athletes, neon eyeballs, plastic suits that fill up with air, donkeys named Richard and a bunch of other things that made zero sense but are there just to be weird.

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TEDx Short Film - The Glass Era (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

TEDx Short Film - The Glass Era  (2014) 1:00 (Canada)

In the future, TED talks had no chance to monetize important information by selling tickets to hear people who don't get paid to provide such information. Why? Because of Glassholes. Get it? People who wear Google glass? They even mock hipsters here, too.

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TEDx Short Film - The Vine Effect (2014) 1:22 (Canada)

TEDx Short Film - The Vine Effect (2014) 1:22 (Canada)

Unlike the Vine Society and Generation Twitter where everyone is dumbed down for expediency, TEDx prefer a longer format to communicate a larger idea, and with good reason.

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Becel Ride for Heart "Heartbike" - (2014) 1:16 (Canada)

Becel Ride for Heart "Heartbike" - (2014) 1:16 (Canada)

To announce the upcoming "ride for heart" health ride, Becel took apart a wheelchair and built a functioning bike out of it. The message: From hospital to health. The product connection: Becel lowers your cholesterol, and exercise helps too.

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