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Friday, 15 April 2011

Paul Silburn & Louisa Almgren and Chris Palmer

Original by Jill Peterson & Kevin Heinz

Rip off by Paul Silburn & Louisa Almgren and Chris Palmer

Check out the making of video below where you can listen to Paul fucking Silburn and Louisa wanking Almgren witter on about yet another YouTube trawl masquerading as an idea as if anyone gives a sun-dried shit, though personally I'd rather listen to the cunt farts of a dying cow through a fucking ear trumpet made of AIDS, the arseholes:

According to Paul (he's the one in the granddad's gardening jumper that looks like he turned it inside out just before the shoot to hide the zig-zagging slug-trail superhighway of spunk stains ammassed during late-night YouTube research sessions), "It's based on the phenomenon of wedding entrance dances..."

Is it? Is it fucking really? Or is everything about it, from the idea to the choreography, stolen wholesale from one specific wedding entrance video which - by the way dick-splash - has had over 60 million views on YouTube?

Please retire, preferably from life, A-fucking-SAP. CUNT.


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  2. I think either Satchi and Satchi (the ad agency behind this) or T-Mobile should make a sizeable donation to the Shiela Wellstone Institute (the original video asked for donations to this cause).

    Basically S&S stole the idea, cheaply re factored it and passed it off as their own with T-Mobiles knowledge.

    I think we all expect better from S&S

  3. Mate. Just take this sorry excuse for a blog down yeah, it's getting really embarrassing now. I've nothing against a site that sources the 'inspiration' behind adverts and encourages the question 'has this idea been adapted and made better/worse, or is it a straight rip off?'. But that's not you're doing here is it. You're just ranting away and it reeks of a sad shit who couldn't get a placement at the shittest digital shitspot in the arse-end of shithell. People in advertising acknowledge that plagiarism happens, and people outside the industry really aren't bothered. The fact that your last four posts have garnered a sum total of four comments and after all this time you've only got two hundred followers suggests to me NO-ONE GIVES A FUCK.

  4. "Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. And don’t bother concealing your thievery - celebrate it if you feel like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: “It’s not where you take things from - it’s where you take them to."
    — Jim Jarmusch

  5. Thanks Jamie, for reminding me why I follow this blog.

    So cunts like you get reminded, constantly, what talentless unoriginal fucks you really are.

  6. To those who've commented in favour of this 'borrowing' - at the very least they could have said 'inspired by' and linked to the originators couldn't they? Not much to ask?


  7. Interesting debate.... it is just a shame the language choice from quite a lot of you. I loved your comment Craig... thank you!

  8. Jamie, you massive cunt.


  9. Frame for frame inspiration? Get a grip.

  10. people who copy ideas and work like this should be ashamed...
    as inspiration okay... but this blatant copy. no excuses whatsoever...

    as people who is supposed to be from a creative agency they should look at another trade. If I catch any of my creatives doing work like this I'll fire them

  11. OMG Guys - loads of motherfuckers out there copied this totally original and unique idea! don't they know that everything should only exist once and in one form forever and every fucker should just steer well clear of ever filming a wedding dance!

  12. Jamie, you make me want to comment and follow this blog. Twat.