RXBAR doesn’t want bulls shit in their products. People don’t want shit in their lives. The RXBAR BS Hotline allowed people to call in and tell us what they think is BS. The least offensive rants were turned into animations and posted on social media.
If you’re going to welcome a home robot into your home, make sure it’s not going to destroy your life, or all of humanity.
If you’re only taking pictures during the day, you’re missing out on half of life.
The Samsung Note 8 comes with stylus so you can be product. Or so you can talk shit or fall in love.
A couple of Samsung brand spots.
Kia told us that people who test drove the new Optima said said they felt something amazing while they were driving the car, but they couldn’t describe what that feeling was. It was pretty obvious to us that the Optima had put them in the zone and they weren’t familiar with the feeling because it was their first time there. Hence, this campaign.
The Walken Closet ad is clearly based on a pun.
Gatorade Recover is full of protein and nutrients to replenish your body after sport. It does not help you recover from injury. To recover from injury, you have to be Jabari Parker.
New Old Spice Guy Fabio challenges old Old Spice Guy Isaiah to an Old Spice Guy duel. Twitter response campaign ensues.
The Weather Channel wanted to announce personalized weather on weather.com. We made an ad about the first personalized weather forecast ever. Then we dressed Weather Channel meteorologists as celebrities and tweeted them their own personalized and slightly disturbing forecasts.
Nike ACG turned 20 and celebrated its oldness with some old school copy ads.
Tanqueray gin has layers of botanicals that you either love or hate, but you definitely can’t ignore.
Starburst wanted to make sure people remembered Starburst when it was time to checkout. Hopefully you remember some of these.
Hey, look. It’s Steve Carell.