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Tennis fans just have to see this!

Tennis fans just have to see this! by Tree Elven on 26/08/2016
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Mercedes Benz makes Roger Federer the embodiment of tennis excellence through the decades, dexterously coupling his performance with their marque and taking some fun sideswipes at other tennis greats in a clever 2-minute spot. Great fun!

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Little Baby'sIce Cream, man's crotch

Little Baby'sIce Cream, man's crotch by Tree Elven on 02/04/2016
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Ice cream shooting out of a man's jeans - hm, pretty weird!

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British Airways offers the best of all worlds

British Airways offers the best of all worlds by Tree Elven on 28/02/2017
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Mini-movie from British Airways featuring a Chinese family whose daughter comes to study in England. The airline flies the parents over for a surprise visit. Some interesting insights, and the ad's useful because it ends with a link to a practical travel guide via the popular Chinese app WeChat. The aim is to alleviate anxieties over language and culture barriers.

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Vaseline smooth lips

Vaseline smooth lips by Tree Elven on 07/04/2016
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Mini-movie type of ad using a 'real story' about concrete lips to show the power of Vaseline. Bit overdone, but does have impact.

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Creating a safer future for children

Creating a safer future for children by Tree Elven on 18/01/2019
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This one-minute campaign, called 'Speech Bubbles', tackles a very sensitive subject. What do you think of the approach? It's raising awareness of the Truth Project, which is part of Britain's independent inquiry into child sex abuse. https://www.truthproject.org.uk/i-will-be-heard?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Truth%20Project

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Cars and triathletes - a good comparison?

Cars and triathletes - a good comparison? by Tree Elven on 17/01/2019
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Japanese automaker Nissan's luxury wing, INFINITI, has put out this aspirational/inspirational ad visually aligning top triathletes Emilie Morier, Maurice Clavel and Gordon Benson and their range of Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD) vehicles. What effect does it have on you? Do you identify with being part of a vehicle that can handle tough conditions, or is the comparison a stretch too far?

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Franklin Eugene Pixellates Milan Menswear

Franklin Eugene Pixellates Milan Menswear by Tree Elven on 15/01/2019
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Global U.S. fashion brand Franklin Eugene shakes up the lookbook with this fast-firing campaign for its menswear 2019/20. What effect does it have on you? Dynamic and inspiring, or a bit headache inducing?

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Would you rather be 80 or 4 x 20?

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Would you rather be 80 or 4 x 20? by Tree Elven on 07/01/2019
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Lively poster advertising residences for seniors in France. Even if you're not thinking in these terms yet, do you think you'd rather be approached like this than as a troublesome item to be hidden away somewhere? Would you like your parents or grandparents to be treated like this?

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