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Cerberus welcomes Yuengling to New Orleans in a spec campaign

Yuengling is a family-owned brewery in Pottsville, Penn. that has for years has distributed its beers as far South as the beaches of Alabama. When New Orleans-based Cerberus got word that that Yuengling was coming to Louisiana, they created this spec campaign for America's Oldest Brewery.

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Harley Davidson asks where will the road take you. In Instagram posts.

Desperate to shed its baby boomer appeal and widen its audience which is understandable, Harley Davidson has launched the millennial-centric "Where will the road take you?" campaign for it's Australia and New Zealand market. They recruited three artists to create the above murals, allowing said artists to express freedom as they saw it.

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McDonald's France wants you to come as you are

McDonald's is official partner of the UEFA Euro 2016 and it wanted to extended a welcome hand to the European fans who will descend on France this summer. Under their tagline Come As You Are, BETC Paris and McDonald’s celebrates all fans, regardless of the teams they support.

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With VTR you can watch your favorite movies over and over again

VTR On Demand offers you all your favorite movies to watch them repeatedly as many times as you wish. With this print “Scene repetition” campaign showcases 2 iconic scenes from two quite popular movies “Jaws” and “The Shining.” Fun stuff. The line reads "Your favorite movie, over and over again."

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Blue Point Brewery gets a new look

In addition to a hilarious spot, Blue Point Brewery also has a great refresh including print and packaging. The tone is definitely not taking itself seriously, and has a very fun low keyness about it. It's also quite offbeat. Good stuff. Makes me want to try one.

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Helsinki Region Transport has some sexy new card readers

Helsinki Region Transportation has some new card readers that are touch sensitive or perfect for groups. This print (and French headlines) put the concept over the sensual top, reminding me of perfume ads. But it also makes sense conceptually, as the new card readers are from France. Very silly. I love it.

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