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Heineken - the Date - (2011) :90

Heineken are upping "the entrance", this time with a date that is inspired by Goodfellas and a wild party in Chinatown. Guillaume Dolmans plays the perfect date who brings his lady through the restaurant kitchen, bumps into a magician, has a shadow-fight with a chinese dragon and then invents new dance-moves. The best part of this ad is how the "making of" clip keeps up the idea that Guillaume Dolmans is all kinds of awesome. Oh, and it's all based on scenes from w+k ECD Eric Quennoy's life. True story.

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Bavaria - Hugh Hefner - (2011)

For those not familiar with the taglines history: "Zo" stems from "Zo.

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Nothing expands - opens new satellite office in Amsterdam

You remember Nothing, right? When they opened shop in Amsterdam, they built their office out of cardboard, and sent out a nice set of images showing it off. They also held a nice shindig during Eurobest when it was hosted in Amsterdam.

Now they boast about their new office. In need of more space for their ever-growing agency, they already have a full team in their new satellite office, which has a great cantina, a never ending supply of comfortable work spaces, a homely interior that varies throughout and great parking to boot. Yes, they're in Ikea.

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Interbest Outdoor company threatens: advertise here or he gets naked!

Strippers sell! Even if you really don't want to see anyone naked, as your drive to work on your morning commute. This guy was plastered on a large billboard and as the days passed, he stripped off little by little. The line? "The sooner you advertise here, the better..." Right, lets get a half-naked fit young woman up there instead. Poor doofus-dad.

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Sprinklers (Directors cut) - (2011) :45 (The Netherlands)

Move over doofus-dad and dorkman, here we have Diet-coke-sexyman collecting apples until someone has the bright idea to turn on the sprinklers and the wet t-shirts come off.

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Rain triggered street pavement campaign for Sea Life aquarium in Scheveningen

When rain falls, as it tends to do in Scheveningen, this ad appears on the pavement with the tagline: "Sea Life never lets you go" enticing people to visit the Sea Life aquarium instead of running around the wet streets. The 'ink' on the pavement lasts for six to eight weeks, so there's ample time to see this new twist on pavement guerilla. Bonus: it's 'eco-freindly' in that it doesn't stick around too long like other chalk pavement campaigns have done. (I have no idea what's in the 'ink' so I can't vouch for it, but if you ever want to do this on cloth, pain your message with egg-white and iron the cloth for the same effect).

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One Night Only - "Can You Feel It" / Coke - (2011)

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Coca Cola / Coke - Walls - (2011) :60

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Mini Rocketman - Concept - (2011)

The Rocketman concept sees MINI reinvent the small car again by going back to the essence of MINI’s founding design principles. The car, a three-seater with a space-saving carbon-fibre cross frame, has been designed with MINI purists in mind. Whilst the Rocketman concept is not a retro car, it is a modern interpretation of the original MINI idea: a fun, simple, ultra compact solution to urban mobility.
The product film was created using a mixed media approach, seamlessly combining live action with both 2D and 3D animation, motion graphics, stock footage and visual effects. The result takes the audience on a journey from MINI’s inception in 1959 through to present day.
BSUR’s executive creative director, Jason Schragger, says:

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Heineken - The Entrance - (2010) :90

Man makes a spectacular entrance to the tune of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour's "the Golden age"

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