The power

Let’s weave some magic.

If you have grown weary of poseurs passing themselves off as gurus, spouting jargon and jackasseries signifying nothing, well, you’ve come to the right place. A place where great work creates great rewards. Like profits.


What the heck to do, creatively speaking. From brand vision to tone of voice to personality and target audience, 


The only action you can bore people into is ignoring you. Work that sells is always interesting, always relevant, and always worth everybody’s time.

Brand Development

From complete rebuilds to strategic rehabs, we’ll help your brand figure out who it is, how it should talk, who it should it attract, and how do so.

Digital Development

Technically, this is a subset of Creative. But we know folks like some reassurance that an agency knows their tweets from a hole in the ground. Which we do. Usually.


Is it possible for the entire team to be too close to the work to judge it objectively? Oh yes. And when that happens, you can either start asking the folks in IT what they think, or come here for a first-rate second opinion.

A specific set of skills for a particular group of people.

If you don’t need to be convinced of the power of a great idea, the importance of a singular tone of voice, or the wisdom of smart, relevant creative work, you won’t need much convincing to give Wunderspun a whirl.

Brand Voices Created

Recent Clients

Clients Served

Projects Dominated

Meet the brain beneath the ’fro.

Jason Fox is a writer and creative director who has survived, decently unscathed, over two decades in the ad industry. His closetful of awards features hardware from the Effie, Addy, and Radio Mercury Awards; appearances in Communication Arts and Adweek’s Best of TV; and a smattering of Best of Somethingorothers.

Jason is a published author and the chin behind @leeclowsbeard, an advertising-themed Twitter account that was named the “Fourth Best Advertising Twitter Feed to Follow” by

Originally from Kansas City, Jason will freely offer his opinion on barbecue. Among other things. In his poorly named free time, he attempts to be a good husband and father, dreams of fast cars, and threatens to nap.

The Work.

Much of our work these days is covered by NDAs. And since we prefer being both honest and lawsuit-free, we’ve chosen to instead offer this sampling of (mostly) past work. Including projects completed at previous agencies, or in partnership with other agencies (yes, Wunderspun will gladly assist another agency in their efforts). Selections from clients massive and minuscule alike prove our point that every brand can be an interesting brand. And if you’re looking for a particular type (media, industry, etc.) of work that you don’t see here, give us a shout. There isn’t much we haven’t done.

Let the spin begin.

If you believe in fighting the proliferation of mediocrity, that there is no metric for blowing people’s minds, that making a logo 10% bigger won’t help a message that’s 50% irrelevant, that baby steps are for babies, not brands, and that failure hurts less than regret, well, you should probably fill out this form.