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Honda: Grrr

“Can Hate Be Good?” Why not!

The commercial is from 2004, but I just caught on it again and decided it was time to post it. After all, it never gets old.

The spot was directed by Smith & Foulkes and produced at Nexus. Creative agency: W+K London. Song performed by Garrison Keillor (as Be Nice to the Pigeons).

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United States of Tara: Titles

The short title sequence, winner of the Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Design, introduces us to a series of female characters. Except, that they’re all Tara (Toni Collette), a woman “suffering from dissociative identity disorder and related memory suppression.”

The titles sequence has been directed by Jamie Caliri and produced at Duck Studios for Showtime. Animation: Anthony Scott. Illustration: Alex Juhasz. Art Department: Morgan Hay (head), Yoriko Murakami.

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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – Desert Song

In the first part of SALVO! we meet Edward Sharpe (Alex Ebert), this kinda messianic figure, who’s up to a confrontation with his father’s ghost in the desert. Ghost?

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros is an ensemble band led by Alex Ebert, vocalist of the power pop group Ima Robot.

Desert Song is a track on their debut album, entitled Up from Below, released on July 2009 for Vagrant Records.

The music video has been directed by Benjamin Kutsko and Cory Marrero. Director of photography: David Myrick. Edited By: Brandon Driscoll-Luttringer and Alex Ebert. Visual effects: Benjamin Kutsko and Casey Allen.

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Match.com: Better Together

Indeed, this spot have a point, there a pair of things that are better in couple than each on their own. But perhaps the magic number is three.

Anyway, back to the matter. This uber cute spot has been made by Friends with You and creative agency US Sydney.

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Team William – You Look Familiar

A trigger happy (and less safe for work) music video, inspired to the Max Fleischer era cartoons.

Team William is a Belgian indie pop band. You Look Familiar is the third single off their eponymous debut album.

The music video has been directed by Michélé De Feudis and Joris Bergmans of Nouvelle Cuisine. Additional artists: Lois Van Baarle, Maxim Vandeputtem, Michèle Vanparys, Koen De Koninck.

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Olivia Broadfield – Don’t Cry

The sun mostly shines on TV, even though sometimes it rains. Tears. From heaven.

Olivia Broadfield is an English singer-songwriter from Leicestershire. Her debut album was first released in 2008. The record, entitled Eyes Wide Open, has been re-released in 2009 for Vagrant Records, with Don’t Cry being the first single released.

The music video is the work of Kurt Nishimura.

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Sorriso Maroto ft. Ivete Sangalo – E Agora Nós?

Sorriso Maroto is a Brasilian band, from Rio de Janeiro. “E Agora Nós?“, featuring Ivete Sangalo is a song from their latest album, entitled Sinais.

The music video has been made by Visorama.

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Grizzly Bear – Two Weeks

Take a ride in the tunnel of love and see what’s there. If you expect to find the place full of love, you’ll leave disappointed.

Two Weeks is a song by Brooklyn based indie rock band Grizzly Bear, and the first single (released on June 2009) from the band’s third studio album, Veckatimest.

This unofficial, fan made music video is the solitary work of Gabe Askew.

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Cage the Elephant – Back against the Wall

Finally, all those damn dwarfs will get what they deserve. But wait, weren’t they only seven? Gotta ask Snow White…

Cage the Elephant is an American rock band from Kentucky and originally known as Perfect Confusion. Members: Matt Shultz, Brad Shultz, Jared Champion, Daniel Tichenor, Lincoln Parish. Back against the Wall is a single from their self-titled debut album, released in 2008 for Relentless.

The music video has been directed by Isaac Rentz and produced at Draw Pictures. Director of photography: Marc Ritzema

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Kelpe – Microscope Contents

Supposing that in the video there’s a creature who travels from mouth to mouth. How does he/she changes body when is inside? No, wait, I don’t want to know…

Kelpe is Kel Mckeown, an electronic musician from Loughborough, England.

Microscope Contents is the first single from his forthcoming third album for DC Recordings, entitled Cambio Weschel, which is released on October 12th 2009.

The music video was directed by Kel Mckeown and features the work of Ross Adams and Ernst Haeckel.

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The Orange Strips – Song Without A Hero

In the night, two lost creatures, searching for something. They will find each other.

The Orange Strips is a Croatian band, from Labin. Members are Valdet Luboteni, Borjan Batagelj, Tedi Mirkovic, Vedran Gergoric, Goran Nalic and Goran Brezac. Song without a Hero is a single taken from their album Follow LP.

The music video, starring Ali DelVacchio and Caleb Ransom as the creatures, is the work of Tobias Stretch.

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Lilica Ripilica: Espelhos

Spot directed by Denis Kamioka AKA Cisma and produced at Margarida Films.

To interpret all situations, twin sisters rehearsed to perform with perfection identical and inverse movements, in a choreographed dance.

Creative agency: OpusMúltipla. Visual effects: Ilegal FX. Director of photography: Pierre de Kerchove. Editor: Marcio Soares.

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They Might Be Giants – Electric Car

Animals from the forest and the farm, they all come on board of the electric car which, magically, become a station wagon to accommodate them all.

Electric Car is a song featured on TMBG’s latest album, Here Comes the Science, and sung by Robin Goldwasser and John Flansburg.

The video has been produced at Tiny Inventions and directed by Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata.

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Darbo: Road

Spot directed by Tracey Rowe and produced at Robber’s Dog. Creative agency: Demner, Merlicek & Bergmann.

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Talk Talk: Brighter

Don’t know if seeing all the colors of the rainbow while using a cellphone might be considered a good thing. But it makes for a good ad.

The spot was directed by Noah Harris and produced by Andrew Studholme at Blink Ink.

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