When we took a month-long break, the ad industry had questions. So we gave Adweek, Campaign and other publications the run-down on why it happened, how we managed it, and how other agencies can do the same.
Art Directors Club honors the design and craft of our Google Lens-enabled ad campaign at the 101st annual awards show in NYC.
While we are in the business of solving creative problems for our clients, enriching our communities is also an important part of who we are. We see it as our responsibility to show support for our communities by problem solving for those with whom we have common threads and shared beliefs.
In the summer of 2020, we confronted a series of events that would profoundly reshape the way we look at the world. Seeking historical context to help guide us, we gathered examples of protest art to contribute to the movement.
Our work with Google and the New York Times wins silver at the Anthem Awards, an initiative from the Webby Awards to champion purpose and mission-driven work.
Our designers and developers partnered with Locks of Love, a revered group who have long been ubiquitous with helping children who are experiencing medical hair loss.
The Tips & Tricks video series we created for YouTube TV was honored among the best work in social media and digital by the Shorty Awards.
Our LA Team gets rolling with Safe Place for Youth—a Venice-based non-profit that provides housing, clothing, food, arts programs, health and wellness, and job training to young people experiencing homelessness.
How we embrace the benefits of being small to create an ideal working community for creatives, artists, and engineers.