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WORK, PLAY & WORK

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This video came in 2nd on Portugal's Young Lions competition, and it was developed for EDP, Portugal's power utility company.

Art Direction - Zé Pedro Abreu
Copywriter - Rodolfo Teixeira

computer man

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This is a commercial from the 90s for Mac computers.

Seat Belt Awareness: Osama’s watery grave captured

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Osama’s watery grave captured...

Popping Balloons

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"Created by Brazilian ad agency Loducca, more than 600 balloons were used to create this clever little 'book' that tells a story involving Slash and Ozzy Osbourne, among others. About 10 balloons were popped every second. "

The Real Story Of Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue

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Stories are better Panoramic", is the claim of Sony Cyber-shot's new campaign showcasing Albert Einstein. With the new Sweep Panorama feature, Sony Cyber-shot shows us the complete story around two historical pictures: Einstein sticking out his tongue, and Marilyn's sexy smile.

Slobber Dog

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As har-pei shaking its head in slow motion...

Become Somebody Else

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"Become Someone Else” by Love Agency for Mint Vinetu Bookstore.

EASTPAK SPAK

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EASTPAK SPAK - Director's Cut
Directors : WE ARE FROM L.A / Production: Caviar
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Insane Human Curling

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Still think curling is boring ? Time to try human curling. Haha...

Jousting on a Segway

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awesome!

giant Hot Wheels track on bridge

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"I think we can all agree on one thing: Hot Weels are awesome!" This huge loop track pops up in Bogotá, Colombia.

Giant Rube Goldberg Marimba Plays Bach

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Giant Rube Goldberg Marimba Plays Bach...

match art

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match art.

60 things in 60 seconds

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This is an ad for DVR service from New Zealand company MY SKY. It shows 60 things your husband can do in 60 seconds...

Mysterious black cubes in Paris

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DDB set up black cubes in Paris that were sort of a cross between HAL and the monolith. When passersby pushed a button on the "Escape Machines," the cube asked them where they wanted to go, and then made their dreams come true in an eruption of confetti.