Flonase turns your seasonal allergies into epic disaster movies

VFX-heavy spots for the allergy medicine brand transforms flowers and grass into monsters

Published On
May 10, 2021

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It's that time of year again when those with seasonal allergies find themselves terrorized by pollen. A new campaign for allergy remedy Flonase channels that feeling by turning flowers and grass into supersized monsters in the style of a blockbuster disaster movie.


Two spots, created via FCB New York, see New Yorkers terrorized in the city streets by a gigantic triffid-like flower with teeth or a huge furry monster made of grass pollen as they picnic in the park, backed by suitably over-the-top music. Only those who are taking Flonase can relax, as they are protected from seasonal allergies.

Director Misko Iho of Rattling Stick teamed with The Embassy, a Vancouver-based post house, on VFX for the spots. You can see more about how it was done in the behind-the-scenes film below. 



May 10, 2021
Client :
Agency :
Creative Director :
Tyronne Schaffer
Creative Director :
Kevin Goff
Production Company :
Rattling Stick
Executive Producer :
Joe Biggins
Executive Producer :
Jeff Shupe
Head of Production :
Richard McIntosh
Line Producer :
Daniel Dubiecki
Service Production :
Farm Films
Farm Film EP :
Pete Sherlock
Farm Film Line Producer :
Kelso Drum
Farm Film Production Manager :
Darryl Hammer
1st AD :
Bob Wilkins
Cinematographer :
Kjell Lagerroos
Focus Puller :
Sean Rau
Visual Effects :
Embassy VFX
VFX Producer :
Danielle Kinsey
Concept Artist :
Christina Cornett
Storyboards :
Mark Risk
Editor :
Randy Baublis
Colorist :
Henri Pulla
Music :
Juri Seppa
Sound Design :
Tuomas Seppänen

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