Sketchy Cars And Fashion Stars: 6 Branded Vines You Should Watch Right Now

Did you know that six is the smallest perfect number? It’s also the very short amount of time that brands have to impress on Vine! So how do you make a perfect video for the perfect number?

Well, creativity is key and with such little time to impress, smart brands know that sometimes it’s best to leave it to the experts and partner up with a pro.

This week, we’ve got six great examples of how collaborations can result in cut-through content.

Get ready for sketchy cars, anime stars and totes delish burgers.

6. Caroline Herrera

The wonderfully creative Meagan Cignoli gives us a quick glimpse into life in the fashion lane, showing us the final walk of the Carolina Herrera show in The Frick Collection, Manhattan.

Talk about fast fashion!

5. McDonald’s

Ever wonder what goes on in the brain of a five-year-old?

Half grown-up Katie Ryan is well-known for giving her 1.1M followers an insight into life with her hilarious “half-baby” Ava.

Here we’re shown the effects of the new McDonald’s Buttermilk Crispy Chicken sandwich on the twosome’s mood. They’re right, it really is totes delish!

4. Pirate Warriors 3

Famous for playing off Asian stereotypes, Esa Fungtastic does his take on how anime protagonist “Straw Hat Luffy” makes an entrance.

Let’s just say he wouldn’t be invited around to your place any time soon with those house manners!

3. Hewlett-Packard

They say with the power of technology you can be whoever you want to be. This guy chose to be an NFL player.

What was he thinking? Always choose Batman.

2. Sphero / Disney

Sphero has just invented the coolest toy we’ve ever seen. The toy creator has teamed up with Disney to recreate the Star Wars BB-8 droid and Vine stars have been going bananas for it (as have we).

Dan Nampaikid posted this video of him going head to head in an epic dance-off with the cute invention.

Shut up and take our money.

1. Peugeot

Sammy Slabbinck created this sketchy little shortform to promote the new Peugeot 208 and we love it!

The Belgian artist shot in stop-motion and used a mix of pencil drawings and digital graphics to demonstrate how the model has been re-energised.

Kudos!

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