Yes, I too had no idea that everything is covered with or the smaller things are constructed from tea tags.
Agreed JK the B&Q add is odd, the hamsters are even odder. However, as a proud dad, it is another one of the CGI projects my son worked on.
Haven't seen the hamsters... link, please.
"Fred the zebra" has enough quirkiness to overcome most viewers' discomfort about his sexual orientation, I think. Brilliant voice acting as well as the tight design.
"What?" starts really well, but goes out with a whimper. Each time it starts I have to struggle to remember what it's about.
Which is very unfortunate as low registration by young adults may be about to contribute the the UK's biggest political mistake since the failure of Parnell.
The Citroën van ads are neat, especially the one with the Japanese women. (Don't get the stuff about the Discovery tie-in.)
indeed my error, I will complain to my boy that the beavers look like hamsters
The second appearance of the steatopygic businessman is a big disappointment. Funny thing, quality.