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Angry Liam Neeson Appears In Clash Of Clans Super Bowl Spot

Angry Liam Neeson Appears In Clash Of Clans Super Bowl Spot

by Alex Beanon February 2, 2015
Continuing the trend of using celebrities to associate with video games, “Clash of Clans: Revenge” employed Liam Neeson – or more specifically, an “angry Neeson” – for its commercial during the Super Bowl…
Flutterbye Fairies Really Fly!

Flutterbye Fairies Really Fly!

by Alex Beanon October 16, 2014
Chicago-based Calabash Animation joined hands with Spinmaster to produce “The Magic is Brighter” – a 30-second CG/live-action hybrid that promotes Spinmaster’s new toy, the Flutterbye Fairy…

Laurent Witz Shows New Yorkers Why They Should Donate Their Organs

Laurent Witz Shows New Yorkers Why They Should Donate Their Organs

by Alex Beanon October 1, 2014
Laurent Witz – who won this year’s Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film for “Mr. Hublot” – has helped create a campaign commercial for LongLiveNY.org to try and convince New Yorkers to become organ donors. The state of New York currently is ranked 49th out of the 50 states in organ donation and has […]
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Kirin Produces Mini-Man To Visit Morocco

by Alex Beanon June 25, 2014
Kirin is a Japanese beverage giant most widely recognized for their beers but they also produce soft drinks and they have created a stop-motion animation ad campaign for their newest soft drink product employing a mini-man traveling through a collection of smartphone footage backdrop scenes…

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Laika Helps Jose Cuervo Celebrate Cinco de Mayo And History

by Alex Beanon April 28, 2014
Jose Cuervo Tequila will be celebrating their 219th birthday this year and to help commemorate the occasion – as well as the upcoming Cinco de Mayo holiday – they brought in animation studio Laika [“Coraline”, “Para-Norman” and the upcoming “The Box Trolls”] to provide a little history lesson to go along with the margaritas…
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Wienerschnitzel Goes Retro

by Alex Beanon January 30, 2014
Der Wienerschnitzel has been around since 1961 [they dropped the “Der” in 1977] and they would like you to know that they are still here – along with 99-cent hot dogs through January 31, 2014 – with a new animated ad campaign that is light on the sauerkraut but heavy on the retro…