Tuesday, 8 June 2010

ESPN World Cup Murals: England

One from a series of murals produced for the World Cup by ESPN.

This one features some fairly indistinguishable England players dragging the millstone that is the '66 World Cup victory - "never stopped me dreaming..."

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Liquid Mountaineering - Running on Water Viral from Hi-Tec

After a number weeks of worldwide buzz, Hi-Tec have decided to admit that the 'Liquid Mountaineering' viral was an elaborate (and very good) hoax to advertise their new 'ion-mask' shoes.

The technology uses a series of nanotechnology treatments including vacuums and layers of plasma, monomer and polymer applied to the shoe in order to render the footwear hydro-phobic.

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NSPCC (ChildLine) Viral Video: 'Mexican Wave Exam'

The NSPCC has launched a campaign around its ChildLine service, aiming to give teenagers advice and perspective while dealing with exam stress.

The viral, which sees 60 students preforming synchronised dance moves during an exam, is accompanied by a dedicated website which hosts revision tips and stress relief advice. The viral will be shown across social networking sites.

The ad urges kids to search for 'beat exam stress' or visit www.ChildLine.org.uk/beatexamstress

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Hovis Tv Advert - 'Miss Chief'

Hovis has launched a new ad campaign aiming to push its 'a good as its always been'.

The ad shows a young girl being mischievous before she goes back home and enjoys some toasted Hovis.

At the end (in a kind of John Lewis-style) she is then seen as an adult enjoying the bread as her toast pops up.

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Ladbrokes TV Advert: 'Got the Feeling' - Ian Wright & Chris Cabanga (Kamara)

World Cup themed spot from Ladbrokes bookies, featuring Ian Wright Wright Wright and Chris Cabanga (formerly know as Chris Kamara).

Chris Kamara is changing his name by deed poll to Chris Cabanga after he learned that the word could have a positive effect on the England players during the World Cup.

More than 22,000 people joined an Facebook campaign to get the pundit to change his name after scientists said the word cabanga, derived from the Zulu word for imagine, will unite the team when it is chanted by fans. Strange, but true.

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adidas Originals - Star Wars Cantina 2010

Adidas has released a new advert featuring a number of stars, including David Beckham, Ian Brown and Noel Gallagher.

The TV spot is set to launch on 12 June but the full-length two-minute film has already been seeded online, it recreates one of the most famous Star Wars' scenes, the Mos Eisley Cantina on Tatooine.

The film shows the bar in the build-up to a World Cup game and features a host of celebrities: David Beckham, Franz Beckenbauer, Snoop Dogg, Noel Gallagher, Ian Brown, Ciara, Jay Baruchel, Daft Punk and DJ Neil Armstrong have all been added to orginal footage featuring Star Wars' characters Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3P0 and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

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Nokia Viral Video: 'Nokia N8 - Foosball Fever'

New viral form Nokia promoting their N8 handset through a babyfoot game billed as 'The greatest match ever?'

Some of the skills are very impressive and can be seen in more detail at the end of the video, where you are able to select each trick individually and can access a behind the scenes video.

The behind the scenes video is pretty incredible and shows the tricks being carried out as they were shot.

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