The in-depth retelling of the life and death of Jesus from 3 unique perspectives, each represented by a crown, in a hand illustrated and completely responsive design system.
The remedy for a rude world starts with reminding people to say two simple words: “Thank You.” This small act can manifest big change. We‘ve all heard of a bucket list: to combat thanklessness we‘ve created the ThankList.
This campaign highlights the complete technical transformation of the MDX and centers around the idea of “Made for Mankind,” a concept designed to highlight the unique engineering and design philosophy at the heart of all Acura vehicles – the synergy between man and machine.
JetBlue had a unique challenge to promote their new premium cabin experience while staying true to their egalitarian roots. Messaging focused on a new refreshing way to fly, while the artwork was a slightly more refined version of their iconic look.
Zappos.com is a leader in the online retail space with incredible service and culture. They continually spread the happiness they give their customers to random, unsuspecting people.
Mullen.com’s redesign features a unique particle animation on the homepage that balances well with the minimally designed, and completely responsive interface.
As the first celebrity cook-off that you control, the Fill The Fridge Challenge used social media to stock a real fridge virtually with ingredients they wanted to see Bobby Flay cook with. The 3-week program grossed over 125,000 submissions, and Bobby Flay created 6 brand new dishes using Fage Total.
To help support the launch of “Hello Better,” we created a series of fun and engaging interactive executions including a banner that misinterprets what you’re saying, and a throwback racing game about getting out of your current contract.
jetBlue was formed around the idea of bringing humanity back to air travel. They had been making good on this for years, and they just need the right campaign to back them up. Our answer was summed up in 3 words: You Above All.
Famed Bioshock Developer, Irrational Games, had recently renamed themselves. In the spirit of the new name, they needed a new look spanning the whole brand. Part of that was redefining what a game developer’s website could be.