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Published on Mar 11, 2008
A video created by the company that owns http://www.psyop.tv . This video is watchable on the website mentioned above.
It is very interesting, if you listen to the words, it discusses consumerism, and how companies utilize advertisements and other tools in hopes of getting more sales. Generally it is things people don't need, and often things they wont even use.
The most interesting part about this little animation is that it was created by a major advertising firm that has done major advertisements for some of the largest companies in the world, from Nike to Adidas, from Coca Cola to Guinness, from EA Sports to Fox Nascar, and the list goes on. Shell, UbiSoft, Starbucks, Starburst, Lugz, McDonalds, AT&T, Napster, Ford, etc.
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