Sony Dash: Sun

Advertising Agency: 180 Los Angeles, USA

Executive Creative Dir: William Gelner

Creative Directors: Gavin Lester, Ari Weiss

Art Director: Matthew Woodhams-Roberts

Copywriter: Dave Horton

Managing Partner/Head of Production: Peter Cline

Senior Producer: Colleen Wellman

Planner: Brit Browning

Group Account Director: Kelli Stam

Account Director: Michele Tebbe

Production Co.: Smuggler

Director: Guy Shelmerdine

DP: Toby Irwin

Executive Producer / Partner: Patrick Milling Smith

Executive Producer / Partner: Brian Carmody

Producer: Kathy Rhodes

Production Designer: Clem Price Thomas

Stylist: Robert Molnar

Casting Company: Telsey + Company

Casting Director:

Shoot Location: New York, NY

Editorial Co.: MacKenzie Cutler

Editor: Gavin Cutler

Assistant Editor: Kristy Faris

Executive Producer: Melissa Miller

Completion/Special Effects

Colorist: Fergus McCall

Transfer Facility: The Mill NY

Online Facility: The Mill LA

Lead Flame Artist: Phil Crowe

Special Effects Co.: The Mill LA

Lead 3D Artist: Steve Beck

Recording Studio: Eleven

Final Mix: Eleven

Mixer: Jeff Payne

Asst Mixer: Ben Freer

Senior VP Corporate Marketing: Stuart Redsun

Director of Brand Messaging: Alberto Escobedo

Sr. Brand Messaging Manager: Christine Gately-Evans

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10 comments

AssassinX's picture
AssassinX
1329 pencils

"What do you guys think?"

Guest's picture
Guest

This deserve a lion!!!!!

BFB's picture
BFB
941 pencils

You've gotta be kidding.

But it's decent and enjoyable. No more.

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Guest

this deserves a black pencil stuck in a lion!

Brainsugar's picture
Brainsugar
1577 pencils

why the sun is here?

Temple's picture
Temple
9613 pencils

Please guests, stop being ridiculous about lions. The ad is mediocre.

TommyO's picture
TommyO
1866 pencils

Why is he supposed to be a sun? It has nothing to do with the product or the idea.

Guest's picture
Guest

Can anybody else taste the rainbow?

Guest's picture
Guest

it made me laugh anyway mates.

Guest's picture
Guest

Bizarre, but memorable.

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