Welcome to another round-up of the best branded Instagram videos we’ve seen in the last month.
This time we’ve got cute koalas, zero gravity fun, somebody calling Jamie Oliver ‘smutty’ and much more.
This clip of a koala yawning and struggling to stay awake is enough to make anyone’s day better. But then you realise it’s highlighting the fact Koalas could one day be extinct because humans are basically awful.
More lovely animated antics from Starbucks. If this doesn’t make you feel festive enough to spend your money at an international corporate coffee chain I don’t know what will.
If you don’t like this clip of an astronaut playing colourful silly buggers with a droplet of water in zero gravity then you need to lower your amazement threshold.
These insanely well-synchronised dancers at the Macy’s Parade are quite satisfying to watch.
Climate change deniers look away now! This is another great example of a techie brand finding the beauty in its products.
Everyone’s favourite archetypal American biscuit brand has produced a quirky little Christmas animation. Although they don’t call them biscuits over there.
Here’s one for any life-long gaming geeks like me. A lovely little nostalgia trip through 20 years of Playstation history.
I watched this clip from Lego for far too long. Possibly with my mouth hanging open like a lobotomy patient. Perhaps I need more coffee…
Another adrenaline rush from everyone’s favourite extreme camera brand. I never get bored of watching people do ridiculous stuff in super slow motion.
Once again I urge you to follow this account. Unless you don’t like beautiful and mind-expanding images of nature of course, in which case who even are you?
Who wouldn’t want to see Jamie Oliver dressed as a Stormtrooper dancing like a sleaze and being called ‘smutty’ by a lady off camera who may or may not be his wife?
This kid is 16. My biggest achievement at that age was drinking a whole bottle of White Lightning without being sick on myself. But hey, I turned out OK, right? RIGHT?
How do you make PCs seem exciting? By filling them with psychedelic light shows and playing trippy off-beat dance tunes in the background.
Little Ceasers Pizza
This clip from Little Ceasers is interesting because it uses a combination of video and animation. It’s also fairly amusing.