is an amusingly eccentric production house that works with (& without) brands to engage* their communities**.
*We design, build, launch, and manage live event series and playful experiences.
**Communities like customers, clients, employees, like-minded-people, families, neighbors, geographic proximity, etc.
We start with a client or just an idea. Sometimes we build projects before a brand has anything to do with it. Other times, we work with a client to build experiences and event series just for them.
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select client projects:
Field games played (in secret) in high-traffic landmarks. We’ve brought executive teams from top brands out to covertly play games like Capture-The-Flag and Hide & Seek at Grand Central Station, Oculus, NY Public Library, among other incredible locations. This is spies not soldiers. Often the quietest shine brightest.
a few Inconspicuous Games clients:
The all-in-one tiny s’more experience in one beautiful kit.
A complete date: The gift, unique experience, easy conversation, romantic flickering candle, and dessert.
Cozy in the winter and campy in the summer. Perfect isn’t just the the tiny s’more, it’s the smile that comes next and the stories that fill the space between people.
Ask us about custom boxes for weddings & brands.
Bark & Co
In an effort to create real life experiences that engage their more than half a million BarkBox subscribers, Madcap Factory worked with the team at Bark to conceive of and design games for dogs to play with people. Look out for exciting announcements from Bark! :)
Fort Greene Commins
Daytime workspaces & evening events that bring the neighbors together. We partnered with restaurants to provide hyper-local, daytime workspace for the Fort Greene community. And to facilitate conversation and connection between neighbors, we produce events and programming and partner with people who have something to say or share.
First Time Out: a variety show
An intimate variety show for first-time performers. More than 250 performers have taken the stage and delighted packed audiences at amazing venues like The National Arts Club, Le Poisson Rouge, Pete’s Candy Shop, and Sisters.