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Super Bowl XLVIII – Squarespace, the internet in 30 seconds

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16:48 PM | 20 January 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Here's the full spot from Squarespace for the upcoming Super Bowl. Portraying the internet as a cluttered and ugly space. Squarespace put's itself forward as the place to overcome this and create 'a better web'. It's a finely produced piece of work from the creatives in house at Squarespace with a Watchmen feel to the production. We love the work.

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