Extreme LED sheep
Shot at the hills of Wales, a group of sheep dog trainers, The Baa-Studs, did what they do best with sheep, bordier collies, LEDs and a camera to create a large number of LED displays. Showing the sheep in action both during the day and night, their range of tricks include becoming on large black sheep and white sheep, re-enacting a game of pong, recreating the Mona Lisa painting and a fireworks display.
The video amassed 15 million views to this day and was designed to promote Samsung and their LED TVs.
Harrods in London
During the Christmas season last year, Lloyd Hudson was fired from his job as Santa for drinking too much. Angry with this decision and after having a few drinks, he decided to take revenge on the store. Taking gaining control of the LED lights displayed outside the shop, Hudson made it spell that most festive of messages before being removed from the premises by the store's security guards.
Of course this never happened, Hudson never existed and the image shared by millions was photoshopped but that didn't stop news outlets from reporting it as a genuine news. It didn't harm Harrods though who confirmed that the story was a lighthearted joke and that their lights would stay the same as previous years. (A mention must go to the quote from the obligatory American tourist and the last comment made on poke.co.uk - who originally ran the story - about said qoute as a reason why this story was fake, a plausible theory if there ever was one)