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Media World: Plasticine bunnies bring some colour

It’s a bit depressing to think that a mega-brand like Sony might have ripped off two Los Angeles artists to come up with its new Play Doh advertisement for Sony Bravia televisions.

13th October, 2007

It’s a bit depressing to think that a mega-brand like Sony might have ripped off two Los Angeles artists to come up with its new Play Doh advertisement for Sony Bravia televisions.

The artists, collectively called Kozyndan, have been causing a bit of a stir in blogging communities by suggesting that the colourful bunnies that star in the ad were originally their idea.

They are also saying that Passion Pictures, which produced the...

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