The creative, developed with Odysseus Arms, San Francisco, incorporates found footage of real-life moments when people mess up their holiday meals, like bird-roasting fire blunders and soggy pumpkin pies.
Media Post, 11/25/2020
Marking the independent shop’s 10th year, Brockhoff shares stories and insights that only a woman in advertising could tell.
Campaign US, 10/01/2020
1Dollar1Love partners with Together Rising, ad agency Odysseus Arms and countless other creators to push the cause.
Campaign US, 06/11/2020
|Client||Start Year||End Year|
|Toggle, A Farmers Company||2018||Current|
|Self Financial, Inc.||2020||Current|
|XOOM, a PayPal Company||2019||Current|
|Lost Eden Wine||2018||Current|
|E.J. Gallo Wineries||2011||2020|
Odysseus Arms was founded in 2011 by Libby Brockhoff and Franklin Tipton. In 2017, the agency was certified by the WBENC as a women-owned business based in San Francisco, CA.
We’re a special and totally weird kind of agency. We believe in the power of empathy and the radical vulnerability it requires to develop it. Our not-so-secret approach is a fearless commitment to developing creative campaigns with the actual people you’re trying to engage (i.e., strangers). While data is a record of where you’ve been—a rearview mirror—it can’t tell you where to go next. Fill a project with real, living people (the actual consumers who are excited about advising, collaborating and refining the work) and leave yourself open to their participation and feedback. The results are consistently stunning.
This is what we believe. We’ve been making work this way for ten years. The minimum impact we typically see for a brand is more than three times better than what it is currently achieving.
You hire us to transform your business, full stop. We are a results-driven marketing instrument; if we’re not seeing ROI based on our involvement, we get grumpy. And, we’re mercenary in media terms; we will leave no stone unturned in our quest to achieve your marketing goals.
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