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Pepsi Commercial: Now Is What You Make It

Pepsi Commercial: Now Is What You Make It

Pepsi and advertising agency 180 Los Angeles have released this amazing video spot recently. The brand is an official World Cup 2014 sponsor. The competition will take place in Brazil, therefore it features digital beat musician Stony, who is pacing in the streets here, picking the sounds and creating a melody.
Expedia Video: Find Your Storybook

Expedia Video: Find Your Storybook

Expedia and advertising agency 180 Los Angeles have released this beautiful video spot recently. The commercial promotes easy traveling with the agency. The creatives suggest you to write your own exciting storybook.
Pepsi Commercial: Mirrors

Pepsi Commercial: Mirrors

Pepsi and advertising agency 180 Los Angeles have released this awesome video ad lately. The spot features the one and only Beyoncé. Actually, she is not the only one! As you will find out in this ad, many Beyoncés emerge in the room. The bunch starts jamming together. The most amazing group of performers you have ever seen! "Embrace your past, but live for now“, she says.
Adidas Commercial: Do What Light Does

Adidas Commercial: Do What Light Does

The ad features Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffiin III. The latter appears in many different roles. As a ghost, he haunts his opponent: bus driver, trainer, police office, signal caller... He is everywhere. In the end Griffin III does what light does, whith the help of Adizero 5-Star Mid shoes, of course. And he wins.
Sony Experts Series Commercial: Speed Reader

Sony Experts Series Commercial: Speed Reader

In the newest Sony TV commercial in its "Experts" series that focuses on the Sony Reader, Peyton Manning and Justin Timberlake are joined by Howard Berg, who holds the world's record for speed reading, and Amy Sedaris, comedienne and actress.

Sony Bravia Ping Pong with Justin Timberlake

In new Sony Bravia commercials, titled „mandarin“ and „Hot“ Peyton Manning and Justin Timberlake playing ping. Peyton Maning and Justin Timberlake surprise unsuspecting HDTV shoppers behind a wall of Sony Bravia's and go on to tell us how sports look so much in HD.