Good Apart. Better Together.

Client:
Tostitos
  • Good Apart. Better Together.

    Just in time for Super Bowl, Tostitos has launched its newest flavor combination: Tostitos Strips and Avocado Salsa. Like so many things in life, they’re good apart ­– but even better together. So, who better to announce this incredible new pairing than one of pop-culture’s most unexpected (and amazing) duos: Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.

    In the spot, the two stars fight for screen time to promote their respective products – whipping back and forth between Snoop’s dark and moody music video set and Martha’s sun-kissed outdoor entertaining area. That is, until Snoop is lured into trying the ‘green stuff’ that Martha’s so expertly prepared.

    Released: January 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Tostitos

Your Cousin From Boston Gets Vaccinated

Client:
Samuel Adams
  • Your Cousin From Boston Gets Vaccinated

    Your Cousin From Boston isn't the brightest bulb in the shed. But even he's getting vaccinated against COVID-19! Our new work for Samuel Adams might just be the first comedy vaccine spot on air, envisioning a not-too-distant future where we can gather safely in bars with friends for some "indoor beers." Don't miss your shot!

     

    Released: April 2021

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Samuel Adams

Life Below Water

Client:
Life Below Water
  • Life Below Water

    Life Below Water

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    By the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. That’s right. In just a few decades, plastic waste will be swimming in every corner of our planet, decimating entire fish species and ecosystems along the way.

    That’s why we teamed up with YouTube, Google, Tribeca Enterprises, and The United Nations to create ‘Life Below Water’ — an underwater short film narrated by the one and only Morgan Freeman.

    With all the elements of a well-crafted, modern-day nature documentary, Life Below Water provides a sneak peek into the future of our oceans in a world where plastic pollution continues to thrive at its current rate.

    Released: August 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
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    By the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. That’s right. In just a few decades, plastic waste will be swimming in every corner of our planet, decimating entire fish species and ecosystems along the way.

    That’s why we teamed up with YouTube, Google, Tribeca Enterprises, and The United Nations to create ‘Life Below Water’ — an underwater short film narrated by the one and only Morgan Freeman.

    With all the elements of a well-crafted, modern-day nature documentary, Life Below Water provides a sneak peek into the future of our oceans in a world where plastic pollution continues to thrive at its current rate.

    Released: August 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
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    By the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. That’s right. In just a few decades, plastic waste will be swimming in every corner of our planet, decimating entire fish species and ecosystems along the way.

    That’s why we teamed up with YouTube, Google, Tribeca Enterprises, and The United Nations to create ‘Life Below Water’ — an underwater short film narrated by the one and only Morgan Freeman.

    With all the elements of a well-crafted, modern-day nature documentary, Life Below Water provides a sneak peek into the future of our oceans in a world where plastic pollution continues to thrive at its current rate.

    Released: August 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
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    By the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. That’s right. In just a few decades, plastic waste will be swimming in every corner of our planet, decimating entire fish species and ecosystems along the way. 

    That’s why we teamed up with YouTube, Google, Tribeca Enterprises, and The United Nations to create ‘Life Below Water’ — an underwater short film narrated by the one and only Morgan Freeman. 

    With all the elements of a well-crafted, modern-day nature documentary, Life Below Water provides a sneak peek into the future of our oceans in a world where plastic pollution continues to thrive at its current rate.

    Released: August 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
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    By the year 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. That’s right. In just a few decades, plastic waste will be swimming in every corner of our planet, decimating entire fish species and ecosystems along the way. 

    That’s why we teamed up with YouTube, Google, Tribeca Enterprises, and The United Nations to create ‘Life Below Water’ — an underwater short film narrated by the one and only Morgan Freeman. 

    With all the elements of a well-crafted, modern-day nature documentary, Life Below Water provides a sneak peek into the future of our oceans in a world where plastic pollution continues to thrive at its current rate.

    Released: August 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco

We Can All #Respond2Racism

Client:
We Can All #Respond2Racism
  • We Can All #Respond2Racism

    We Can All #Respond2Racism

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    Hate against Asians and Asian Americans is spreading like wildfire. Instances of racist speech surged by 900% on Twitter since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This online hatred is also contributing to an increasing number of real-world incidents, including verbal attacks, racist messages, physical violence, and boycotts of Asian-owned businesses.

    But hate is a virus we can fight.

    We launched the “Respond2Racism” movement, to directly combat racism online and empower people by providing them with tools to address harassment in real life.

    Our first project is the First Responder Twitter Bot, which automatically responds to COVID-19-incited racist tweets with videos that both educate the perpetrators and uplift Asian frontline workers. The bot also replies to those tweeting in support of Asians with tips on how to confront racism when they witness it in person.

    Join us in becoming first responders to racism—together: Respond2Racism.com

    Released: May 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
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    Hate against Asians and Asian Americans is spreading like wildfire. Instances of racist speech surged by 900% on Twitter since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This online hatred is also contributing to an increasing number of real-world incidents, including verbal attacks, racist messages, physical violence, and boycotts of Asian-owned businesses.

    But hate is a virus we can fight.

    We launched the “Respond2Racism” movement, to directly combat racism online and empower people by providing them with tools to address harassment in real life.

    Our first project is the First Responder Twitter Bot, which automatically responds to COVID-19-incited racist tweets with videos that both educate the perpetrators and uplift Asian frontline workers. The bot also replies to those tweeting in support of Asians with tips on how to confront racism when they witness it in person.

    Join us in becoming first responders to racism—together: Respond2Racism.com

    Released: June 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
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    Hate against Asians and Asian Americans is spreading like wildfire. Instances of racist speech surged by 900% on Twitter since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This online hatred is also contributing to an increasing number of real-world incidents, including verbal attacks, racist messages, physical violence, and boycotts of Asian-owned businesses.

    But hate is a virus we can fight.

    We launched the “Respond2Racism” movement, to directly combat racism online and empower people by providing them with tools to address harassment in real life.

    Our first project is the First Responder Twitter Bot, which automatically responds to COVID-19-incited racist tweets with videos that both educate the perpetrators and uplift Asian frontline workers. The bot also replies to those tweeting in support of Asians with tips on how to confront racism when they witness it in person.

    Join us in becoming first responders to racism—together: Respond2Racism.com

    Released: June 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco
  • We Can All #Respond2Racsim

    We Can All #Respond2Racsim

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    Hate against Asians and Asian Americans is spreading like wildfire. Instances of racist speech surged by 900% on Twitter since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This online hatred is also contributing to an increasing number of real-world incidents, including verbal attacks, racist messages, physical violence, and boycotts of Asian-owned businesses.

    But hate is a virus we can fight.

    We launched the “Respond2Racism” movement, to directly combat racism online and empower people by providing them with tools to address harassment in real life.

    Our first project is the First Responder Twitter Bot, which automatically responds to COVID-19-incited racist tweets with videos that both educate the perpetrators and uplift Asian frontline workers. The bot also replies to those tweeting in support of Asians with tips on how to confront racism when they witness it in person.

    Join us in becoming first responders to racism—together: Respond2Racism.com

    Released: June 2020

    Tags:
    San Francisco