This week's top Vines: Burger King, Royal Mail and Toyota

Marketing, with the help of social media experts Unruly, showcases three must-watch branded Vines, featuring rabbit holes, cyber chips and painted cars.

Alice in Wonderland stamps from the Royal Mail
Alice in Wonderland stamps from the Royal Mail

Tumbling down the rabbit hole first this week is a Vine by Royal Mail, marking the release of its Alice in Wonderland themed stamp collection (#Wonderland) and gifts, which have recently gone on sale.

Toyota are painting the town red in the next Vine with a time-lapse style clip of a street artist doing some unusual painting. #GoFunYourself.

If you are on a new year's diet, look away now. Burger King has created a Vine depicting some people's dream app - cyber food - with the tagline 'Fries are better #IRL'. After that they'll need to create an app for cyber love-handles.

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