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Winning March Madness with Buick Bracketball

Winning March Madness with Buick Bracketball

in Event/Experiential Agencies

Buick wanted to reconnect with consumers and show that their brand is more modern, stylish and high-tech than ever. And they wanted to do so in a way that would resonate with the people who matter most to them—people who love spending time with...

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

in Event/Experiential Agencies

Our design team began this journey with a meeting in the Ed Sullivan Theater with Stephen Colbert in January 2015. We then worked closely with the Colbert team to achieve Stephen’s vision of the new Late Show set. The main goal was to both feature...

The ball that changed the world

The ball that changed the world

in Event/Experiential Agencies

What does a ball made of trash and twine have to do with building global brand awareness and affinity for a US-based car company?

Inside/Out: The World’s First Product Launch in VR

Inside/Out: The World’s First Product Launch in VR

in Event/Experiential Agencies

OnePlus—a hungry, young start-up with a passionate community of fans—wanted to launch their latest phone. But they didn’t want to do the typical mobile product launch—a CEO in on a stage standing in front of a big projection screen and talking for...

Celebrating the freedom to “Binge On”

Celebrating the freedom to “Binge On”

in Event/Experiential Agencies

T-Mobile was about to announce a feature that would solve a major pain point for customers. People want to stream their favorite videos, shows and movies on their mobile devices without getting charged overage fees for their data consumption.