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Spend the night in Foster's No Worries Motel

It's music festival season, especially in Finland. Which means you'll need a place to crash after the last band finishes their encore. Enter, The Fosters No Worries Motel. Only available in Finland, mind you. And it's not a motel so much as a few crash pads on the concert grounds, in partnership with AirBnB but still.

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ELLE Australia cover shows Nicole Trunfio breastfeeding

Nicole Trunfio's Elle Australia cover shows her actually nursing her son Zion Clark. It was an unplanned moment, as Zion Clark was already there for the photoshoot, posing with mom as she wore Prada and her winning smile. But then Zion was hungry and Nicole stepped off the set to feed him.

“This wasn’t a contrived situation: Zion needed a feed, Nicole gave it to him, and when we saw how beautiful they looked we simply moved her onto the set,” ELLE's editor-in-chief Justine Cullen says. “It was a completely natural moment that resulted in a powerful picture.”

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AirBnB has a floating house available in London

Brothers and TBWA creative directors Nick and Steve Tidball created this floating house cottage that is making it's way around the river Thames. It's a two story building in bright blue, with a colorful mid-century modern interior, boasting two bedrooms, a bathroom and a living room, as well as its very own garden with a dog house. "Think Primrose Hill meets Pixar; it has all the charms of suburbia...

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Humble Signs Director Sasha Levinson

New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA (May 13, 2015) – Bicoastal content studio Humble today announced that award-winning director and screenwriter Sasha Levinson has joined its roster for commercial representation. In addition to commercials, Levinson is currently working with Humble on the development of short film “Sydney Levy’s Sacred Things,” a coming of age story that will transform into a transmedia series that uses memory recall as a departure from linear storytelling.

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McCann Romania wants your enemies.

There you are, sitting at your agency, hating your creative director for being an arrogant dick who kills work in favor of his own shit. Or maybe you're wishing that project manager you had a fling with would get fired so you don't have to pass his desk, or that Strategist who thinks he's the smartest in the room would be taken out permanently. Guess what? Now all those wishes can come true. MRM/McCann Bucharest is growing they want to help. They've come up with a site called Let Romania Take Him Away.

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Jonathan Hooker Launches Oblio: A Creatively Technical Digital Agency

Award-winning digital innovator Jonathan Hooker is pleased to announce the launch of Oblio, a highly technical digital production agency that straddles the line between technology and art.

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Little Minx Signs Multitalented Young Director Caleb Slain

Little Minx is pleased to welcome rising directorial talent Caleb Slain to their diverse team of acclaimed filmmakers.

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MTA bans all political ads in response to "Kill all jews" billboard

Adland reported that Judge John Koeltl ruled that the MTA had to run an ad by The American Freedom Defense Initiative that read “Killing Jews is Worship that draws us close to Allah,” as well as “That’s His Jihad. What’s yours?”. The MTA had other plans and announced on Wednesday that all political and religious ads are banned from the transit system. The new policy, which was effective immediately, was passed by the MTA board in a 9-2 vote.

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Lastminute.com spoofs the Protein World "Beach Body" ad

Lastminute.com declared that their beaches are ready for everybody, and also said that Life's a beach - roll your body all over it. #BeachBodyReady - while spoofing the

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Rome bans "sexist advertising" to appear within city limits.

On Monday Rome Mayor Ignazio Marino announced a new regulatory plan on advertising in the city of Rome, which will take effect in the coming days. To quote the mayor, advertising space would be prohibited to those who "use women's bodies or launch sexist messages".

"City advertising space will be able to be sold only to those who respect the rules in the new regulatory plan and so a woman's body can't be associated with images that objectify it or portray it in a sexist way"

Marino said.

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