I, robot

  • PopPress
  • May 30, 2013
  • StopPress Team
I, robot

Robot voice will never get old (especially if it involves getting a machine to say naughty words). And it's also one way to avoid exorbitant talent fees. So, to launch its $1 options in the US, Taco Bell and Deustche employed the cheapest voice artist it could find. 

Listen to the spots—and the robot's existential issues—here

Speaking of robot voices, if you need to chill out, we heartily recommend taking in some soothing Dalek-style relaxation. 

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No cone left behind

  • PopPress
  • October 13, 2017
  • StopPress Team
No cone left behind

Take a trip around Auckland and you'll likely spot a road cone in a place other than the road. Trees, statues and traffic lights are popular places for people to place road cones and now, Auckland Transport is on a mission to get its cones back.

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