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Work of the Week: 26/11/21

Santa finding love, a Thai man pulling off his hands and plenty of Christmas cheer caught our eyes this week

Work of the Week: 26/11/21


It’s hard to believe that in a month’s time Christmas Day will have come and gone, for so many reasons. Not least because we’re at that stage where we’re wondering how fast 2021 has passed, but also because plenty of brands are still launching their Christmas adverts.

This week saw ‘When Harry Met Santa’ an advert for Norwegian postal service Posten by agency Pol. The clip seems to have divided the internet – unsurprisingly, but we loved it for its touching message and romantic undertones. On a completely different, but equally festive note, Apple released its ‘Shot on iPhone’ Christmas spot by TBWA\Media Arts Lab. The spot follows Simon the snowman who is stowed in a young girl’s freezer for a whole year with a heartfelt message on the power of waiting to be reunited.

Check that and more out below.  



What Happened When Harry Met Santa in Romantic Spot for Norwegian Post 





timeTo Uses Real-Life Stories to Highlight the Danger of Sexual Harassment as We Return to the Office





Girl Keeps Her Snowman ‘Simon’ All Year Round in Lovely ‘Shot on iPhone’ Christmas Spot from Apple








Man Pulls His Body Apart in Quirky Carsome Film from VMLY&R Thailand






Irish Christmas Ad Sees a Young Girl Help an Injured Deer - with Magical Consequences





EXTRA Gum Gets Through Awkward Social Moments This Holiday





Iceland Invites You to Enter its Immersive Icelandverse





A Boy Shows Us the Greatest Gift to Give This Christmas in Charming Deutsche Telekom Ad





Men Encouraged to Challenge Traditional Stereotypes with Reimagining of The Cure’s Iconic Hit




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