We saw how seriously ad people treated lists like “30 under 30,” so Jessie and I set out to create the most ridiculous version possible. The result was a list featuring 500 people in advertising under the age of 500. To see the entire site, go to http://top500under500.com
Here's some of our favorite write ups.
Here's some nice things people said about it.
Here's some nice press we got.
Here's how many people looked at the site in just the first week.
This spot combines two of my greatest passions, Chinese food and salmon cardigans.
Fuck Pixar, Powerade, Learn 2 Draw, Meet My Mohel
Some deeply personal short films I made that were featured on Funny or Die.
Learn 2 Draw w Lex
Meet My Mohel
Frederick Douglass LinkedIn
After Trump said Frederick Douglass has "done an amazing job," I created a LinkedIn profile for Fred. His page was shared and retweeted tens of thousands of times, written up by sites like someecards and endorsed by tons of fellow professionals eager to recognize his many talents.
Thanks to Taylor Swift, the phrase "squad goals" has infiltrated the cultural lexicon.
Eating cereal can unfortunately be a solitary activity, so we created interconnected bowls that let people eat cereal closer than ever before with their squads. At last, people can enjoy the most important meal of the day inches away from the most important people in their lives.
#Squadbowls were featured on the 2016 MTV Movie Awards and sold like hot cakes.
New York Lottery
Worked on these with Nic and Geoff. As part of the campaign, we also came up with a radio ad that invented a fake food trend that then became a real food trend/national culinary sensation/abomination: The Mufgel.
The only way to decide the Super Bowl's best ads was through crowdsourced online ad meters. The ads with the best ideas weren't getting rewarded, the ones with boobs and puppies were. So the first-ever award for the Super Bowl's best ad was created, the Super Clio.
Coleman and I made print ads to introduce the award and show that now, the big game's best ad wasn't decided by just anybody with a remote.
Inspired by Task Rabbit, Task Rabbi helps people do things they can't do themselves. But instead of paying random strangers to do tasks, Rabbis will simply pray it gets done.
Tali and I got tons of requests from chosen and non-chosen people alike, and got press from publications like Mic.com among others. To visit the site, go to taskrabbi.org
Here's a few of our Rabbis
Below is a few customer reviews
Below is a few of our capabilities
Morbid Retirement Print
Finally, ads that are honest.
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