It’s not an ident, but it is my birthday. Part 2.

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It seems like only a year ago today I was turning 21… now as a 22 year old facing his first birthday on a (full time) work day I’m so thankful I like the people I spend eight hours a day with.

In keeping with the tradition I started last year, here is the latest Sony Bravia advertisement. And, while this one is a hell of a lot more dramatic then ‘bouncing balls’ I think there’s something about the use of Heartbeats that will keep last year’s ad my favourite.

Here’s hoping they’ve made another one by the time I turn 23 (or I finally give up on this blog, whatever comes first).

11 Responses to “It’s not an ident, but it is my birthday. Part 2.”

    and let me tell you that this is my favorite ad…I actually saw a video of how they made it and believe me: it is real paint! (no 3D graphics involved!)

  • Cheers! Have a great day.

    I love both Bravia commercials, thanks for putting this one up.

    And John, please, don’t ever give up this blog! 😉

  • Happy Birthday, John!

    Oh, and you are NOT allowed to give up this blog! 🙂

    great job!!!!!

  • Happy Birthday John! 😀

  • Happy B-day pal from Miami, here its Tuesday night still and tomorrow the 21st will be my 23rd B-day, so i’m glad to say i have a favorite site with a piscis webmaster and dude i also am thankful to like the people i work 8hrs a day with, even though its a hell of a job i do (boat parts construction)….so from the magic city to the other side of the globe happy birthday again and don’t even think about shutting dowm this site.

  • It *is* real paint, but I’m sure there was some CGI stuff to remove those exploding barrels… anyway, the ad/s have their own website ( And happy 22nd!

  • Happy birthday mate.
    Apparently these tower blocks are being demolised (if they haven’t been already). Great ad though.

  • Happy Birthday! Keep up the good work!

    Oh and the flat which was used in the ad was demolished later on. What a way to go!

  • Hope you had a great birthday, John. Keep up the superb work.

  • Happy birthday mate!

    They just had to use that piece of music, didn’t they? I think I’ve watched A Clockwork Orange too many times. Exploding paint and ultraviolence go together better than you might expect. Or I might just be really weird. XD

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