How do you tell Tom Brady's life story in 60 seconds? With a really long bus.
Ugg Australia introduced a new line of heavy duty shoes with HOKA running soles. We put them on a treadmill.
Focal creates an online community where budding home journalists can share and sell their web ready smartphone images with media outlets in seconds.
Celebrity sighting in SoHo? Focal lets you tag it and TMZ find it. The New York Times needs an image at the artisan coffee shop nearby? Focal pushes you the notification, then you grab the a quick payday with a side of espresso. Need a bagel to go with your coffee? Well, Focal can't help you with that. But it might help you pay for it.
Visit Gofocal.com to learn more.
The KNORPOON is a brutally simple solution to a not so simple problem: How to finally make a utensil that puts all three devices at one end, eliminates waste, and breaks the archaic design-mold of the disposable utensil.
Visit Knorpoon.com to reserve a copy for yourself.
At the San Diego Safari Park you can get really close to the animals. But some are harder to catch than others.
Introducing Cheetah Run. Watch as the world's fastest land predator scorches past a mere 10 feet away.
UGG makes shoes for men. Unfortunately you are already picturing the fuzzy boots worn by co-eds everywhere. So we did something about it.
The day after the commercial aired, UGG was the highest tweeted brand on Twitter. And that day being Black Friday? Icing on the advertising cake.
When it comes to breast cancer, your biggest advocate is you. So we created an app for The James (The Ohio State University's cancer research center) that allows women to send video reminders to their future self.
LG wanted to find a way to show off the amazing picture quality experience of their THX-Certified TVs. We created a rich site experience where readers can zoom through downtown New York, discovering new scenes within the original image.
A year later, Bradley Cooper used a similar effect in Limitless. We still haven't forgiven him.
Art Week Austin is great. But how do you tell a city of 800,000 about an event with $300 and two large pepperoni pizzas? You make some art yourself. And eat the pizza (duh).
Introducing the Art Alliance Color Strips. Is it a poster? An outdoor board? Interactive guerrilla? It’s flexible. It’s different. It’s pop art, woven into the fabric of the city. People could take a piece—or a picture. And it’s all about Art City Austin’s concept: together we make.
How do you keep people from throwing away your business card? You make it useful.
Behold the ruler/protractor/level/scaper multi tool thingy (patent pending). Now not only were Chris Risher’s clients taking his card, they were putting it in their wallet and asking for copies.
It's important to celebrate the holidays in your own special way. Hippos included.
ow do you get New Mexicans to travel all over their state on a shoestring budget? Hire Billy the Kid. If Billy is currently deceased, you hire a high school friend to dress up as the notorious outlaw, hide him around the state, and post a $10k reward for his capture.
LA gets a bad rap, but if you take a moment to see past the billboards and smog, there's a ton of amazing art and architecture. Here's a print idea we created for The Getty Museum to herald LA on Display, an exhibit all about LA Architecture.
A lot gums like to talk about how they will make your mouth feel like angels and sunshine. Big Red is not one of those gums. Big Red stings. A lot. The chemicals found in cinnamon actually kill germs that cause bad breath. Mint on the other hand, well, sort of covers it up. Nice try.
And here we found the insight to create “Oral Arson.” Big Red isn’t curiously strong, it’s a cinnamon stick of germ warfare. And we took it to the streets.