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- Two new holiday spots from Gym Source and Looney Advertising in Montclair, NJ
- LiftMaster’s throwback to the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off well, with the help of actor Alan Ruck (who played Cameron in the 1986 film)
- A magnificent new two-minute film from Beats by Dre that puts the problem of racism in America into context in a way that benefits the brand and pushes for progress
Holiday Ads from Gym Source
From our friends at Looney Advertising is Montclair, NJ, a bit of holiday levity, with a dash of pandemic humor for good measure.
LiftMaster Turns Cam’ Into A Dad Who Thinks He’s Cool
This was Cameron as a young man:
Beats by Dre Kicks Hard Facts
Beats by Dre partnered with Melina Matsoukas to create the two-minute film “You Love Me.” The film asks us all to imagine a world where we love Black people and respect them as much as we love their music, entertainment, athletic achievements, and fashion.
Voice over by Tobe Nwigwe. The piece which takes us through powerful vignettes in Black culture also stars Naomi Osaka, Lil Baby, Bubba Wallace, and Janaya Future Khan.
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