For a limited time, click here for a high-tech explanation of the Taco Emoji Engine that we designed.
Emojis. So hot right now. But weirdly, there was no taco emoji. Until now. So to celebrate its release, we created a magical Twitter machine that mashes up the taco emoji with every single other emoji—on demand.
Every. Single. Emoji.
Target needed to give 147 million Star Wars fans a reason to shop with them instead of their competitors, who sell the exact same toys.
How? By proving that Target loves Star Wars as much as the fans do.
When we started an ad campaign for toilet paper, my partner and I made a promise to ourselves: no cartoon bears and no blue liquid. Mission accomplished.
Bonus tidbit: "Non-traditional toilet paper occasions" is ad-speak for not showing someone wiping their butt on national TV.
In 2016, we were asked to work on a few TV spots for Nintendo. My inner child started doing backflips.
Everyone loves Star Wars. But some people REALLY love Star Wars - and it's not just nerdy white dudes.
Those delicious hyperlapse recipe videos are beautiful, but they conveniently ignore out the mountain of dishes to clean up afterward.
Time is money, folks.
Ibiza (the city in Spain, not the club in New Brunswick) has become a gathering point for people to give in to their natural instincts year-round.
Our tourists are tribal in every sense of the word.
When it's uncouth to talk about what your product is used for, you have to get creative.
What better way to reach people kept awake with crippling heartburn than by running late night ads?
Little known fact: Ginger Ale at most restaurants is just sprite with a splash of coke.