Fake Love is an innovative experiential design agency that crafts award-winning work to create real emotional connections. Based in New York, their best-in-class creative and tech teams concept, design, fabricate, animate, generate, and invent anything you can imagine. And some things you can’t. Some call what they do experiential marketing or event marketing, others interactive design or new media art. They call it Fake Love.
Founded in 2010 and acquired by The New York Times Co. in 2016, clients include: Google, IBM, MAC Cosmetics, Nike, Samsung, Levi's, The New York Times, Dell, Lexus, Heineken, Def Jam, Volvo, The History Channel, Shen Wei Dance Arts, British Airways, Microsoft, The Creators Project/Vice, Coke, Universal, Spin Magazine, and Marc Jacobs.
Fake Love has won several Cannes Lions, Clios, One Show awards, and was Ad Age's Small Agency of the Year in 2016. The agency has been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Wired, Creativity, Fast Company, Gizmodo, Forbes, the Huffington Post and more.