You need to tell your parents you got a job. And we need interns.

Jan 3, 2011

So here’s what we propose: on your first day, we’ll call your parents and tell them how happy we are to have such a talented man/woman working with us. Then you get down to work. Not getting coffee or scanning things. We need you to do actual work.

And when not doing that we’ll encourage you to develop your own projects that we’ll help support. (We’d like to believe this scratching back thing goes both ways.)

Specifically we’re looking for technologists, social media junkies, writers, designers and overall creators of things for a 3 month period starting mid to late January.

Please contact us here to send samples of anything that shows off your skills. This is an unpaid position, but we will buy you lunch every day and feed you caffeinated beverages and other things to keep you nourished and working.

In Mikey Burton we trust

Dec 3, 2010

One of our design partners is Mikey Burton. He’s a super talented designer with a pretty sweet beard. He and Paul did all the Division of Labor brand identity. Check out his work. Thanks, Mikey.

There’s never been a better time to come to Sausalito.

Dec 2, 2010

If you happen to be shopping for scented candles or Tibetan nicknacks in Sausalito, stop by the new office at 328 Pine Street. And stay tuned for our holiday app, coming soon.

Heroes of the Torah

Nov 16, 2010

We just moved into our new studio space. And today we got our first housewarming gift; a set of coasters honoring Heroes of the Torah. And they’re absolutely amazing. The set includes such notables as Rabbi Elizer Goldberg, Yitzchak Spector and S.Y Rabinovitch. The gift is from our friends at Rehab Films. Thanks guys. You’ll note the coasters say, “Swap em with your friends” so if any of you happen to have a Heroes of the Torah coaster set, let’s do some swappin’!

Just because you have the technology doesn’t mean you have to use it.

Nov 8, 2010

Holy F%#&ing crap, the McRib Locator is here. And we can’t believe how awesome it is. As expected by the name, it locates Mickey D’s restaurants that provide this pressed-meat gem to the world.

We can only imagine the creative brief for this:

Target Audience: White guys with high cholesterol who love Molly Hatchet.

Insight: People don’t want to drive McDonalds to McDonalds looking for the McRib because if it’s not at the first one they try, they might open fire or lose control of their bladder.

Message: The easiest way to locate McRibs other than following stoned kids out of the high school parking lot at lunch time.

Support: No other website makes you feel better about your continued virginity than the McRib Locator.

Check out the site and enjoy.



Who We Are

Division of Labor is an advertising agency, not a government agency. So if your nanny is in the country illegally, we really don't care.

Contact Us

328 Pine St
Sausalito, CA 94965


Business Inquiries

Laura McAllister Davis


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