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Natural Gas: Matin d’hiver

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Some commercials are cool and funny and got eye-candiness and all, but it’s not often that they got that magic as this does.

“By the use of the stop motion technic, we see how warmth spreads through the house as knitted wool.”

A film of creative agency TBWA Brussels, directed by Olivier Babinet and produced by Lovo Films.

Alcuni spot sono fighi e divertenti e sono bellissimi da vedere e tutto, ma raramente hanno quella magia che ha questo qua.

“Tramite la tecnica della stop motion, vediamo il calore diffondersi attraverso la casa sotto forma di lana.”

Un film dell’agenzia creativa TBWA Brussels, diretto da Olivier Babinet e prodotto da Lovo Films.

© 2010 Lovo Films
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DOWNLOAD (640×360): Scarica Matin d’hiver in alta risoluzione standard.
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WATCH (ALT.): Guarda Matin d’hiver su Youtube.
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LINK: Visita TBWA Brussels.

LINK: Visita Lovo.

LINK: Visita Frank Van Den Eeden.

LINK: Visita Etienne Charry.

{ 4 } Comments

  1. T. | 28 March 2010 at 18:54 | Permalink

    I feel all warm inside :)
    Thanks DeK!
    T.

  2. DeK | 28 March 2010 at 19:52 | Permalink

    LOL! The latest spam comments used random excerpts from your comments to get past the filter. “Get funny videos and feel all warm inside”. Or was it a coincidence?

  3. T. | 28 March 2010 at 23:35 | Permalink

    It’s a coincidence because I’m not a spammer, you know that better than anyone DeK.

    By the way, check this … very weird video from GRUM “Can’t shake this feeling”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t0Ef1Fs2Hw&feature=player_embedded
    I just hope your dinner is over … :)

    Ciao,
    T.

  4. DeK | 29 March 2010 at 09:12 | Permalink

    Clearly. I was just implying that the spambot or whoever looks for the latest comments and try to mimick them, with entertaining outcomes.

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