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…Sony created a Foam City?

Sony Foam City

I’m a little late to the party with this one, but if you haven’t already seen it, be sure to check out Sony’s latest ad, called Foam City.

This one follows up the paint, bunnies and balls ads, and though I think the others were better, it’s still rather impressive.

Behind the scenes vid:

Check the Sony site for some behind the scenes pics if you’re into that sort of thing.

[Sony]

[Via: Josh Spear]

…Sony and Apple share?

Sony And Apple

Why waste a good idea?

Apparently, Sony (which recently ripped off the bunnies for their latest Bravia ad) felt that Apple’s iPod arrangement was going to be too tough to beat, so they just replaced the Nanos with their own DSC-T2 cameras for their latest press photos.

Don’t feel too bad for Apple though, as they’ve been known to do the same thing from time to time as well.

I guess they should both feel flattered; right?

[Via: Engadget]

[Engadget – Apple’s Little Problem With Ripping Off Artists]

…Bravia also covered the pyramids?

Though the bunnies are still in the spotlight, Sony has created another beautiful Bravia ad that is slipping by relatively unnoticed.

Supposedly made exclusively for the Egyptian market, this ad features one of the Great Pyramids getting covered in string in a very Sony way.

It’s an amazing ad, which is why I wonder about the lack of publicity.

Regardless, here you go:

[Via: Adverblog]

…Passion Pictures stole from KozyNDan?

Hmmm.

Looks like Sony’s new Play-Doh Bunny Bravia ad might not be so original after all.

KozyNDan are an artist team that specialize in bunnies, and some of their past work includes a city filled with brightly colored bunnies:

(Click for the full version.)

KozyNDan

Seems a bit familiar, doesn’t it?

I’m guessing there’s going to be an uncomfortable phone call between Sony and Passion Pictures some time in the very near future.

Edit: Here’s KozyNDan’s thoughts on the matter: Flickr

Edit: Here’s Sony’s thoughts on the matter: Adrants

[KozyNDan]

[Via: Gizmodo]