The team at the Israeli-Singapore firm of Soroker Agmon Nordman Riba may look monotonously monochrome at first glance, but behind their dull exteriors beat the hearts of jesters.
A client in a hurry won't see anything to get excited about on the team page, which is even more grey than your standard law firm's.
But roll a cursor over the photos and a delightful gallery of clowns and tricksters is revealed. As a source said, it seems "heavily inspired by Tim & Eric", the US comics who specialised in amateurish video effects and awkward performances by non-professional actors.
Anyway, call the office, Eran's gone Pleasantville again.
Jon's SMACKING you in the face, AGAIN and AGAIN and AGAIN.
Ady's profile works best if you snip out the fake-out shot in which he looks dull and sober:
And let the infinite loop work its mesmeric magic:
Why WOULDN'T you instruct this man?
Wizard cape, Safi.
She's having fun with it.
Want a migraine? Ran can help with that.
"This is what I think of your ****ing amendments."
She's got the whole world, in her hands.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, the firm actually takes a hard line on hallucinogens.
Eureka! No, it's gone again.
Not mad enough, Jocelyn. Get a redo.
Dan's first time juicing a lighter, bless him.
Look at that expression. Benjamin knows the rays are really harmful.
"How can we portray Gilli always sticking her beak in?"
Sorry Liran, Ady's 'infinite heads' brief ate up a lot of the budget. You get wobbly filing.
You'll never find the real Liat.
Some say the Israeli remake of Minority Report was better than the original. Most don't.
When you're single on Valentine's Day.
One day all firms will optimise their lawyers with camera tricks, some of which will make them look like reluctant magicians. Until then, let ROF know if you've seen lawyers take the SANR route and hand over the creative reigns of their firm to a talented youngster.