Beyond the Rainbow

Pride is more than just a colorful celebration. Beyond the rainbow lies the real stories that give the flag its meaning. This can be easy to forget when almost every person, product and brand goes full rainbow once a year. 

H&M is showing their support for the LGBTQIA+ community with a campaign that turns each rainbow into a canvas for personal stories of pride that often get lost amongst the colors.

We developed a digital experience that lets anyone scan rainbow Pride flags — from actual flags to rainbow donuts, shampoo, teddy bears, clothing and everything in between. Once scanned, the viewer will be led #BeyondTheRainbow to a series of intimate, surprising, heartbreaking and joyful stories that let us feel what Pride really means.


Space Janitor

A while ago we did some work to help Google introduce Maps Platform to game devs. Below are some artifacts from these work streams, including Space Janitor, a game for mobile and arcade featuring 66 different (accurate and playable) cities from Maps.

[↑] Faceless hero, 300 ft tall


Earth is facing impending doom from a cluster of incoming asteroids, and humans are woefully unprepared to deal with the situation.

Thankfully, there’s a league of under-appreciated galactic servants that toil away at menial space tasks such as keeping primitive, obscure civilizations from extinction.

Space Janitor is one of these faceless heroes. Standing 300 feet tall, it tirelessly roams the solar system, vacuuming up cities and relocating them to safer planets.

Next stop: Earth.

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games we saw at GDC’ 🪐


[↑] Space Janitor cabinet version


[↑] Space Janitor, the sock