• BUNTES GOLD - Facade projection

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    These building projections seem to have fallen out of favor recently, but this one's nicely done.

    BUNTES GOLD | Facade projection from URBANSCREEN on Vimeo.

  • 32 Under 32: Kai Hasson

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    One more week of 32 Under 32 interviews left to go. Kicking it off this Monday - Portal A Creative Director Kai Hasson. Read up on this rising San Francisco talent.

  • Help.

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    We've got to say, these Facebook spots are growing on us. They're simple, tie directly to a product benefit and are acted in a way that doesn't seem "acted" at all. Very nice.

  • "Tailored For Flight" Teaser

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  • Ogilvy & Mather's "Freedom Candles" for Amnesty International.

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    Here's a really fantastic idea: Amnesty International Freedom Candles designed by globally renowned artists, coarse. 30 limited edition candles up for eBay auction April 19 - 27th. Each candle highlights a human rights injustice. When the candles melt, a beautiful symbol of hope is revealed. #FreedomCandles

    Love, love, love, love, love this.

  • Tesla commercial falls flat.

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    We were so excited when we came across this month-old Tesla spot. We're huge fans of the brand and we couldn't wait to see what such a forward-thinking company would come up with. But this spot comes across as so pedestrian and kind of hokey. There are so many great things one could communicate about Tesla and we get none of them. It's such a swing and miss.

  • The KFC corsage cracks us up. (Yes, you read that right.)

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    This new spot for KFC is so strange, we almost thought it was a Skittles spot. But it's got a total Wes Anderson quirk-factor that we love and despite the fairly predictable ending, it was completely watchable for such a long video.

  • DON'T LOOK DOWN: The real Mad Men of New York advertising

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    "Imagine strapping in, clipping on, and jumping off the roof of a building - every day. In an age with instant communication at your fingertips and digital marketing on every platform, there are those who still get out messages the old-fashioned way, with a paintbrush and some attitude. They call themselves "wall dogs," says one veteran of the trade, "because we are chained to a wall all day by our safety harness, and we work like dogs." Vocativ spent a day with these blue-collar artists as they paint advertisements high above the streets of New York City."

    Via.

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