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Play-Doh rabbits go wild in new Sony Bravia ad.
Sony has unveiled its much-anticipated third Fallon-created Bravia ad, which features 200 Play-Doh bunnies cavorting around the streets of New York.
The ad follows on from the acclaimed "balls" and "paint" executions, which featured bouncing balls and exploding paint. All the ads were created by Fallon London - same agency that made the recent Cadburys ad.
Called "Play-Doh", the 60-second spot was shot over three weeks in New York and used 2.5 tonnes of modelling clay to create the effect of rabbits hopping through the city.
It took a team of 40 animators three weeks to choreograph the models to create the 100,000 still images needed to produce the ad.
The Rolling Stones track 'She's a Rainbow' plays throughout the ad, which was written and directed by Juan Cabral, Fallon creative director, and shot by Frank Budgen.
It breaks on Friday night during Channel 4's 'Ugly Betty' but a sneak online preview can be found on the [ http://www.colourlikenoother.com/bra... ]Sony Bravia website.
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"Eddie O'Sullivan's squad are the best hope of Northern Hemisphere rugby success in France"
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Last Sunday I ran the Flora London Maraton, crossing the line in 4 hours and 25 mins. Raising €2100 in aid of Croi, West of Ireland Heart Cardiology foundation, thankyou to Charlie, Donal, Reg, Bridsey, Staff, Richie, Spud, Shaun, Casey, and Niamh for their Help. and cheers to Gov for his support on the day, and Mahony for his Physioteraphy and Dietary advice!
I got a knee injury 6/7 wks before, and couldnt run too long, so I took to the swimming pool. 2 wks b4, the injury was still bad, but 'cuz i was with CROI i decided Id go over for the wk nd anyway. On the day of, I though Id run for a bit to enjoy the atmosphere. I wasnt even hopefull of finishing. But physio told me to take it easy, and stretch everytime I felt a niggle.
Crossing London Bridge after 12 miles, with the crowds and sun, i realsied i was in the middle of it all. Knee was holding up well and i was going strong up to mile 19.. then i began to feel it. The body forgets to get glucose to the muscels, and it hurts. but stopping wouldnt stop my legs hurting so i kept going. began to take note of the crowds, the kept shouting encouragement and hoding out jellie babies for sugar boost. the last 6 miles were damn long. then near st james park, big ben and westmisnter is a real nice part of london, and it was cool finishing up around there.
went for a delicious meal with the CRIO team and met up with mahony and gov after. £40m raised for charity in one day, more than live aid etc. Its a very feel good experience that i reccomend EVERYONE to do!!!
Gonna run the Marathon in Florence on 27th November this year, with Ducksey and Donal(?), join us if yer 'ard enough!
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