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Furlined/Blink

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When looking for an unconventional and fresh point of view, advertisers and agencies can always rely on the singular talents at Furlined and Blink. The companies' directors produced another outstanding mix of great projects, among them, "Devin & Glenn," a short, hilarious film starring Justin Long and Mike White protesting Prop 8, created out of Saatchi N.Y. and directed by funny pair Speck & Gordon; Weetabix's laffer "Marathon," starring fast and furious furries and John Lewis' poignant lady's life tale "Always a Woman," both directed by Dougal Wilson, and Axe's "Robot," about a man's transformation experiences using the brand's scented body spray, directed by The Perlorian Brothers. Elsewhere, Terri Timely, aka Ian Kibbey and Corey Creasey, became part of art history when the duo's short film "Synesthesia" was named one of the 25 finalists of the Guggenheim exhibit YouTube Play: a Biennial of Creative Video and on the music video front, Andreas Nilsson shot the poignant Yeasayer video, "Madder Red," starring Kristen Bell and the alien character Bommel, who appeared in the director's Church of Pancakes art exhibit in Los Angeles earlier this year; as well as "Didn't Know What Love Was," a music video for a Converse-sponsored track by Hot Chip, Hot City and Bernard Sumner, out of Anomaly.

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