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Amtrak "The bobbleheads" (2017) :30 (USA)

Amtrak "The bobbleheads" (2017) :30 (USA)

Amtrak wants you to break out of the Travel Quo and they are using a bobble head family to persuade you starting with the idea that if you leave the driving to someone else you can bond as a famil

The Working Assembly spruces up Bombfell's look

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Subscription menswear fashion service Bombfell this week launched a new out-of-home campaign this week via creative agency Circus Maximus, the debut unveiling of its new identity created by design

Mack Trucks and Steve Moakler "Born ready" (2017) 4:00 (USA)

Mack Trucks and Steve Moakler "Born ready" (2017) 4:00 (USA)

Least we forget, the resources trucks haul aren't made in Google and our food is not yet grown in Amazon warehouses.

Kelly Clarkson "Love so soft" (2017) 3:00 (USA)

Kelly Clarkson "Love so soft" (2017)  3:00 (USA)

Catchy pop from Kelly Clarkson in a 1960's surreal world of cool cars, cliff-side houses, fun outfits and at one point um, joined heads. I dunno, Just enjoy the ride.

Bud Light "Vendor" (2017) 1:00 (USA)

Bud Light "Vendor" (2017) 1:00 (USA)

Wouldn't it be great to have a Bud Light vendor around all the time? And then hilarity ensues. The funeral's a nice touch.

Lyft "Song" (2017) :15 (USA)

Lyft "Song" (2017) :15 (USA)

Jeff Bridges asks his driver to "turn it up." It's a joke, see, because this is the Oregon Trail before the radio was invented so the "radio," is the driver singing.

Lyft "Football" (2017) :15 (USA)

Lyft "Football" (2017) :15 (USA)

On the Oregon Trail, Jeff Bridges laments the fact that football hasn't been invented. What does this have to do with Lyft? Absolutely nothing.

Lyft "Riding West" (2017) :30 (USA)

Lyft "Riding West" (2017) :30 (USA)

Jeff Bridges takes us on a journey via the Oregon Trail while taking us on a metaphorical journey about journeys and the fact that it matters how you get there.

Halo Top "Eat the ice cream" (2017) 1:34 (USA)

Halo Top "Eat the ice cream"  (2017)  1:34 (USA)

This might be the most f*@ked up spot for ice cream I have ever seen. And I mean that in the best possible sense of the word. This ad is just hilariously dark.

Givenchy "The new Gentleman" (2017) 1:45 (USA)

Givenchy "The new Gentleman" (2017) 1:45 (USA)

Aaron Taylor-Johnson from Nocturnal Animals stars in this film for Givenchy's newly updated version of their fragrance Gentleman.

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