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Saucony "Runner. Gatherer. Chef." (2015) 4:21 (USA)

Saucony "Runner. Gatherer. Chef." (2015) 4:21 (USA)

Saucony brings us a second installment of content in its #findyourstrong campaign. This features Eduardo Garcia, a runner, a chef, a seeker, and a triumph. See, Eduardo was hiking one day he saw fur and black claws lying in the bottom of a drainage.

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Nike Air Zoom Elite 8 "Engine" (2015) :40 (USA)

Nike Air Zoom Elite 8 "Engine" (2015) :40 (USA)

CHRLX deconstructed the Nike Air Zoom Elite 8 shoe for this VFX eye candy.

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Nike - Short a Guy #TakeonTJ - (2015) :90 (USA)

Nike -  Short a Guy #TakeonTJ  - (2015) :90 (USA)

As fast-paced and playful as Nike Tag from long ago, this ad shows a young man who is expected to be "the one guy short" in practically every team and every sport, ever.

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ESPN Fantasy Football "Restaurant," (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football "Restaurant," (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football mocks bread and butter ads and conjures up a world where commercial actors want to start their own Fantasy Football leagues before any other actor does so they can be commissioner.

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ESPN Fantasy Football League "Allergy" (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football League "Allergy"  (2015) :30 (USA)

I'm usually not a fan of self-referential advertising, but this one hits the mark. The campaign itself, commercial actors wanting to start their own Commercial Actor Fantasy League, is silly enough. But I've known many an actor who wanted to know their motivation.

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ESPN Fantasy Football League "Trevor," (2015) :30 (USA)

ESPN Fantasy Football League "Trevor," (2015) :30 (USA)

With NFL right around the corner, so is the Fantasy Football league. These spots feature The Commercial Actors Fantasy League. Since it's so easy to make a fantasy football league, why not do the same for Commercial Actors?

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EuroGames Stockholm pays homage to the 1912 Stockholm Olympics

Olympic advertising is as old as old can be. Stockholm was running Pro-Sweden ads for the Olympics as far back as 1912. The original poster, designed by Olle Hjortzberg’s design, featured a lot of nudity and even with a couple of orange streamers were well-placed, the poster was banned. Today of course, the banners wouldn't be necessary, but the ads would be banned for being Pro-Sweden.

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Nike "Ballet" (2015) :40 (The Netherlands)

Nike "Ballet" (2015) :40 (The Netherlands)

Nike Women brings its #betterforit campaign to Russia. This spot features Diana Vishneva, principal dancer with Mariinsky Ballet and the American Ballet Theater.

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Nike "Figure skating" (2015) :25 (The Netherlands)

Nike "Figure skating" (2015) :25 (The Netherlands)

Nike Women brings its #betterforit campaign to Russia. Starring 2014 Olympic gold medalist Adelina Sotnikova.

Russian Translation.

Inner Voice: Argh it's like concrete!
Her voice: Oh well. Black and blue makes gold.

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Nike "Boxing" (2015) :30 (The Netherlands)

Nike "Boxing" (2015) :30 (The Netherlands)

Nike Women's #betterforit campaign has launched in Russia. Featuring well-known athletes like 4 time world champion Thai boxer Kate Izotova.

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