'What Britain Loves'

This T-Mobile commercial is a celebration of populist British culture. It brings together the weird and wonderful things that Britain loves to help celebrate another thing the British public loves – a real bargain.  It opens on a quaint village, where we see a posse of grannies, who are joined by a marching band playing their own version of Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Bonkers’. The group quickly swells to include pets, chanting football supporters, and fake-tanned Beefeaters, amongst other cultural favourites – all of whom hurtle down a hill after a large wheel of cheese. The crowd of British delights culminates in a festival scene with hundreds of people dancing round a giant cheese structure, in celebration of the new ‘The Full Monty’ plan, which offers unlimited internet, texts and ‘shed loads of calls’ for just £36 per month.


SFR – Campagne Réseaux

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On n’imagine pas le travail accompli sur le terrain par SFR pour déployer ses réseaux. Un travail quotidien et invisible qui touche pourtant l’ensemble du territoire français.

Tide: Bradshaw Stain

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During Super Bowl 51, the world saw a BBQ sauce stain on Terry Bradshaw's shirt. It felt like live TV, but it was really the first part of an elaborate advertising program. Tens of thousands immediately took to social media to participate in the