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Myer
"Elf's Journey"
90s
13 November 2017
Australia Department Stores

Aussie department store chain Myer's Christmas crew return for another round of festive adventures. Decorations are the focus of the action this year, as an elf gets frustrated with his unfocused mates and takes off to see what else is available. There's great characterisation here - from childish handmade decorations to some snobby Scandinavian wood carvings.

Waitrose
"Snowed In"

Matt said:

Very strange decision to make this black and white.


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Myer
"Elf's Journey"
90s
13 Nov 2017
Aussie department store chain Myer's Christmas crew return for another round of festive adventures. Decorations are the focus of the action this year, as an elf gets frustrated with his unfocused mates and takes off to see what else is available. There's great characterisation here - from childish handmade decorations to some snobby Scandinavian wood carvings.

Myer
"Santa's Star"
90s
14 Nov 2016
The diminutive stars of Myer's 2015 Christmas ad return for another entertaining outing. This time, the four tree decorations have an astronomical repair job on their hands. When the star crash lands in the back garden, the angel sums up the situation eloquently: "Nah, that's carked it". They decide to rebuild the star with the department store's extensive collection of goods. Oh, and plenty of duck tape.

Myer
"Find Christmas"
60s
16 Nov 2015
This charming piece of animation for Australian department store chain Myer shows how even the inhabitants of a winter wonderland have their own Christmas shopping to take care of. Depending on what you are, it can either be a joy or a cause for panic. As shoppers prepare to run the gauntlet that is Christmas shopping, these cute characters have a lovely truth about them.

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