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River Island Design Forum "Tom Lipop Full Film" (2013) 8:40 (UK)

River Island Design Forum is a unique form that showcases up and coming designers in the fashion industry.

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Double Helix - What The Future Looks Like Cannes Lions Creative Masterclass teaser - (2013)

Sean Metelerkamp from Fly On The Wall has just released this director’s cut of Double Helix, a teaser for Lowe & Partners’ "What The Future Looks Like" Cannes Lions Creative Mastercl

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Tango Argh - Swings - (2013) :30 (UK)

"Sooo, what's going on with you and Darren?" "Nofin, keep yer nose out!"

You know, I might actually understand the the AAAAAARRRGGH more than the girls regular conversation. Scary.

Aired first on Britain's Got Talent 2013, this marks the return of the Tango adverts. You recall the banned 90s Tango slap, the apple seduction call at the office, the naughty call at night. Yep, Tango is back and it's weird as it should be.

See also corner store and footy.

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Tango Argh - Footy - (2013) :30 (UK)

Thee young lads discuss the hotness of other lads mothers. One takes a sip of Tango and then ARGH.

See also swings and corner store which might be the silliest one.

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Honda - Hands - (2013) 2:00 (UK)

Honda - Hands - (2013) 2:00 (UK)

With "Honda - Hands" w+k celebrate the curiosity of Honda engineers, that brought us small aircraft, mopeds, motorcycles, self-driving lawn mowers, walking talking robots and of course - cars.

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Dove - Camera Shy - (2013) :60 (UK)

Dove - Camera Shy - (2013) :60 (UK)

When did you start hiding from the camera? This video shows women of all ages who duck, giggle, hide behind books, purses pillows and pull their hair in front of their faces.

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Oreo is now made in Sheffield

Continuing with Oreo's quest to be the most social brand who borrows the most interest, this print ad announces Oreo is opening its first U.K. factory in Sheffield. The ad takes the usual non-committal we-love-everyone stance by proudly supporting both Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United, and basically anything Sheffield.

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Kia - Kia corners / Newspaper man / Busker / Street walker - posters / billboards

Corner-posters? Billboards that use an angle? Oh hells yes we've seen this before. The idea here is to convey that car takes corners well. Despite there being no car seen, so at least that's new.

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Scottish Government. “Not far? Leave the Car” (2014) :40 (U.K.)

Vaguely reminiscent of The Ministry of Silly Walks this spot reminds us that our legs want to walk.

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Robinsons - 'Pals' - (2013) :60 (USA)

Aw, shucks, here's two happy lads playing the day away. There's footie, there's talks about girls.

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