Adorable Video Shows the Cutest, Least Efficient Way to Clean a City's Streets | Adweek Adorable Video Shows the Cutest, Least Efficient Way to Clean a City's Streets | Adweek
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Adorable Video Shows the Cutest, Least Efficient Way to Clean a City's Streets VFX house Rushes shows off

A miniature bulldozer, a tiny log loader and a little yellow submarine. Those are some of the fantastical machines that a London visual-effects house believes get the city's streets clean.

Created by the computer graphics team at Rushes—a company that's done work for brands like Mercedes-Benz, Red Stripe and McDonald's—the video manages to be both cute and captivating. But it would probably be better if watched while listening to Magical Mystery Tour … and tripping on whatever psychedelic the artists were when they conceived it.

Via Devour.

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