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A full service creative shop that focuses on content for brands and consumers that are young at heart. We bring "character" to your brand, with a deep experience in character creation and animation.

We create TV and digital campaigns, video games, apps, award-winning long form content, licensed products, and even TV shows. We have an entertainment background working for Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, and have brought those principles to advertising.

Our clients include General Mills, Hachette Publishing, Disney Publishing, Why Hunger, BoomAgers, Saatchi & Saatchi, and Classic DreamWorks.

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Cheerios The Cheerios Kid and Sue Teach Boomers...

"This campaign is an example of reinventing beloved, classic characters to market a classic brand in a new way...We needed a creative team that could provide specific animation expertise, so we partnered with Pat-Man Studios to help us with this and they provided real value in the process."

From TheStreet.com
Lagoon"Cartoon Lagoon" Wins Big at NY TV Festival...

"It's like Mystery Science Theater 3000 for kiddie set - more so for adult-sized kids - with this fun and hilarious show that makes fun of oldies but goodies."
– ET Online.com

"I didn't expect to laugh as much as I did. In short, Cartoon Lagoon is a laugh riot."
– TheOtherView.com
CharmsLucky Charms Finds Gold with Adult Fans...

"Lucky Charms cereal, which for most of its 48-year history has targeted kids, is making a bigger play for adults in a new campaign...For brand owner General Mills, the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow are the adults who as kids grew up with Lucky the Leprechaun and are apparently running back to him in search of some feel-good nostalgia."

From AdAge.com