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Wordplay – A merch brand for creatives. 

Check it out at: wordplay.fun.



WE HAVE OUR CAKE AND EAT IT TOO.
People say wordplay has no place in advertising, but we disagree. Wordplay is just creative foreplay. Here, we welcome all forms and figures of speech. Because sometimes, words should provoke. And sometimes, they should just play.






A LIKELY STORY

The writing’s on the wall, and it’s written with figurative language. According to our testimonials, wordplay isn’t really wanted by the industry. So we created Wordplay as a home for our favorite historical figures of speech.

The concept? Cringe. The universal human truth? The naked truth. When life gives you words, make wordplay.



READ OUR MANYFESTOS


Bananafesto


Trash Canifesto


Pajamafesto


Zlatanifesto



MERCH:


IF THE SHOE FITS

It’s Got Legs
Until you’re on your last leg.
Something’s Afoot
So put your best foot forward and sock it to them.




PUNS AND NEEDLES


Subordinate Clause
Technically, all of Santa’s helpers are just subordinate clauses.
Labracadabrador
You can always teach an old dog new magic tricks.

Red Flag
If you’re looking for a sign, this is it.

Bread in CaptivityThe greatest thing since sliced bread is getting this bread.





IF YOU HAVE A BIG HEAD


Apeeling Punana HatBananas are apeeling. If you don’t think so, your eyes aren’t peeled.
Head in the Clouds
If you’re feeling a little blue, rock this white cloud with a silver lining.
Thinking Cap
Finally a light bulb will go off inside your head.
Vote 4 Mare
She might be a female horse, but she wasn’t raised in a barn.



SENTIMENT GUM –
Sentiments not made for sharing.



BURST YOUR BUBBLE GUM – Unfun facts.





LOW HANGING FRUIT GUM – for advertising agencies.






REVIEWS


“A PUN IS RARELY FUNNY.”
— CHARLIE HOPPER, AUTHOR OF "THE PUN IS NOT YOUR FRIEND"


“MARK FENSKE WOULD HATE THIS.”
— ANDREW LEVASSEUR, VCU BRANDCENTER PROFESSOR


“IT’S KIND OF LIKE THE ANNOYING YOUNGER BROTHER OR SISTER OF THE COMEDY WORLD”
— JO FIRESTONE, PRODUCER FOR THE PUNDERDOME


“PUNS CAN BE A SIGN OF INTELLIGENCE. BUT SOMETIMES, THEY’RE A SIGN OF BRAIN DAMAGE.”
FATHERLY.COM




Made with Ryan Owens ︎







Bits & Scraps – Scrappy bits about food waste.
Young people have the highest tendency to waste. To reach them, we created content that relays important information in a more entertaining way. Presenting, “Bits & Scraps,” a series of mixed media shorts that provide a satirical take on consumer habits.



Episode 1:
The Mad Gouda  


Plot Summary: A piece of gouda becomes moldy and attacks his surroundings.  
End Cards:
MOLD SPREADS RAPIDLY AND REEKS HAVOC ON THE WHOLE FRIDGE.

KEEP YOUR CHEESE COVERED.



Episode 2:
White Space
 

Plot Summary:  An eyeball is not pleased at the sight of his plate. Only one thing can make everything okay again.

End Cards:
DINNER PLATES HAVE EXPANDED BY 36% SINCE 1960 AND OUR EYES ARE FORCED TO FILL THE WHITE SPACE.

EAT FOR YOUR BODY. NOT FOR THE PLATE.


Episode 3: Meat Heads 

Plot Summary: A real life horror story. 

End Cards:
30% OF TOTAL FOOD WASTE IS MADE UP OF MEAT, POULTRY & FISH. DECOMPOSING MEAT CREATES MASSIVE METHANE EMISSIONS.

ONLY BUY AS MUCH MEAT AS YOU PLAN TO EAT. 


Episode 4: Brock O’Lee Live

Plot Summary:  Stand-up comedian Brock O’Lee gets a little too mushy on stage.

End Cards:
FRESH VEGGIES GET MUSHY FAST.
BUY FROZEN PRODUCE.





Episode 5: RIP Gertrude

Plot Summary: A funeral is hosted for Gertrude, who passed away far too young.

End Card:
YOGURT CAN BE CONSUMED UP TO TWO WEEKS AFTER ITS EXPIRATION DATE.

DON’T LET YOUR YOGURT SAY GOODBYE TOO EARLY.





Episode 6: Feed the Good Boys

Plot Summary: A little PSA inspired by the SPCA.

End Card:
THE AVERAGE AMERICAN THROWS AWAY A POUND OF FOOD PER DAY.
LOOK AT YOUR FOOD THE WAY YOUR DOG LOOKS AT YOUR FOOD.





Episode 7: Welcome to the Wasteland: The Musical

Plot Summary:  A singalong about one of the world’s greatest countries.


End Card:
IF THE WORLD’S CURRENT AMOUNT OF FOOD WASTE WAS A COUNTRY,
IT WOULD BE THE THIRD LARGEST EMITTER OF GREENHOUSE GASES, BEHIND CHINA AND THE US.
SAVE THE WORLD. STOP WASTING FOOD.

 



Made with Jenny Ritter, Kelsey Cowan and Mila Wizel 






Audible - targeted out of home campaign


Brief: Make Audible relevant to city dwellers 25+ who want to get the most out of their free time, with a location-based OOH campaign.
Concept: With Audible, you don’t have to choose between leisure and reading. You can have both. 

Listen while you leisure.


ROLLING TAG


DIGITAL BILLBOARD ON I-10


POSTERS IN WEST HOLLYWOOD



NYC SUBWAY POSTERS

NYC LAUNDROMATS



MIAMI ART DECO HISTORIC DISTRICT

SOUTH BEACH



SEATTLE COFFEE SHOP WINDOW DISPLAYS

SEATTLE BUS WRAP


Made with Joie Ha and Karan Raikar