The Compendium: 29 January

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  • January 29, 2016
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The Compendium: 29 January

Garnier Fructis harkens old tales to promote hair growth.

Barbie finally diversifies its range.

'Get more fibre', or risk being a prisoner of your constipation.

Philly Tourism gets Benjamin Franklin shooting laser beams out of his eyes.. just.. because.

If the success of infomercials has anything to tell us. Repetition is key.

Buy a lady a drink.. it's not what you think.

The new ice bucket challenge.

Cure Auto Insurance shows the dangers of using your 'blinkers' incorrectly.

Quicken Loans employs some great visuals in this new ad.

Botaniq butchers its vegetables for a bit of cooking inspiration.

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Kevin Hart goes running mad

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  • January 24, 2017
Kevin Hart goes running mad

What at first starts as a standard celebrity endorsement video for a new product quickly descends into one man's—completely unhinged—obsession with running in Nike's new video series, featuring comedian Kevin Hart (and his glorious beard). The series is introduced via a short clip, showing Hart excitedly unboxing the new product. From there, the madness ensues, with Hart putting on his best impersonation of Forrest Gump crossed with the protagonist from Into the Wild.

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