Rendezvous

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
  • Rendezvous

    The course of true love never did run smooth.

    It certainly doesn’t in this spot from Xfinity.

    The 60-second TV commercial harks back to classic John Hughes movies and features the challenges of a wannabe Romeo sneaking into the bedroom window of his Juliet. But in a modern twist, our young teen is defeated by a vigilant father and his Xfinity xFi app that’s notified him when a new device has joined. 

    So a word of warning to future suitors- maybe leave your mobile phone in the car next time.

     

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY

Brandless

Client:
Doritos
  • Brandless

    How do you create an advertising campaign for a generation that can’t stand advertising?

    You make an anti-ad. 

    No logos. No branding. We don’t even use the word “Doritos.” Crazy right? Truth is: Doritos is such an iconic brand, we don’t need to name it for you to crave it. So we ditched the product plugs and crafted Frito-Lay’s first ever “brandless” commercial directed by music video maestro Dave Meyers. Then we deleted logos from our social media channels, outdoor ads, website, and even pulled off a live MTV Video Music Awards integration—all without ever using the name or showing a bag. Special thanks to our amazing clients at [DELETED].

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Doritos

Xfinity Parental Controls

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

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    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

    Xfinity Parental Controls

    2 of 3
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    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

    Xfinity Parental Controls

    3 of 3
    Prev Next

    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY