I bet your are wondering “Was this done in Photoshop?” the answer nope! Near the end we were all on the floor with tweezers picking out individual pieces of Cheerios and doll shoes.
Fun fact: One of these Monkeys was Marcel on Friends. Another fun fact is that Marcel is not a boy. In real life her name is Katie!
Thanks to Lay’s I learned that there are many towns named after food. Sandwich, MA (annnnd IL), Weiner, AK, Hot Coffee, MS, COOKIETOWN, OK (Sign me up). You get the idea.
I have so many questions for the people that come up with the names for paint colors. Like what is a “Lime Freckle”? If I find one on myself do I need to see a Dr?
The Ziploc social team was incredible and constantly creating tips & tricks that were aimed to simplify a mom's crazy life. I was fortunate enough to be a part of all of this from the very beginning including concepting, art direction, design and at times even photographing.
I also got my cat into an article which was a career goal. However, he did not receive any royalties and remains a deadbeat freeloader.
You can view the whole site here
"Hygiene" videos is a funny term. These videos were made to continue pushing out fun DIY ideas quarterly. One of them (Santa Grapes) was even on Ad Age's #4 holiday digital videos!
*To my knowledge, none of these videos helped with anyone's actual hygiene.
Michael Ian Black’s math skills are so advanced that I am still trying to figure out that equation.
One experience I will never forget, is being on a tight deadline over Christmas break and trying to give feedback to an oiler painter that had to call in from a payphone in town.
(RIP MW Dipping Sauces)
I have no problem admitting that I have been to 8 NSync concerts. Lance Bass being in this alone will be a reason I will likely never take this off my site.
If you look hard enough you will find me belting a tune somewhere in this video.
If at the end of this spot you are wondering "What happened to their car?", the answer is on a flatbed truck following behind the family.
I have developed a whole new appreciation for stop motion after sitting around a table watching someone slowly move grapes for 3 days.
Our features are more complex than being bucketed into small subsections of colors. We are all made up of a plethora of colors that make each of us unique and individual.
This is a series breaking down the generalization of pigment. To help illustrate this I created a Sherwin Williams paint swatch book that identifies the millions of colors that make us up.
Here is a few of the examples.
If you have any favorites please send them my way!