Manoj Pandey, currently the Creative Head at Yaap Digital, is an ad professional based in Delhi (with 15+ years exp.). He's worked with agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather, Weiden + Kennedy, SapientNitro, and across brands like Nike, Incredible India, Unilever, and Coke. His works have appeared in The Guardian, BBC, World Literature Today, Design Indaba, Cannes Lions, among others. And has been exhibited in Tate, London and Motherland. In 2014, he was named as one of the 200 Best Illustrators in the world by Lurzer’s Archive. He was a speaker at Jaipur Literature Festival and D&AD Kyoorius Design Yatra, 2016. His debut collection of short fiction featuring Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood, Shashi Tharoor, among others, was published by HarperCollins India. His second book, The Legacy of Nothing was shortlisted for the Tagore Prize 2019. Of recent, his initiative to make literature more accessible, is slowly gaining acclaim as The World’s Largest ‘Public’ Library. A feature on the project was the No 1 trending article on The Guardian and World Economic Forum. It is also a finalist in this year's D&AD Awards 2020


World's Largest Public Library – an initiative to make literature more accessible | featured on The Guardian + finalist in D&AD Awards 2020

Tales On Tweet – a book that started as a hashtag and turned into a bestseller | for HarperCollins

Storytelling on Twitter turns into wall murals.

a film for the Incredible Indian Himalayas

Budweiser Magnum Launch video

#crickwit - a social platform created for Sprite

#tacotweatup - a social platform for Taco Bell

music + shower = moxie | an interactive website

An awareness on global warming | WWF

IndiGo ATR (small plane) launch campaign

Prints and posters for IndiGo ATR launch

Interactive bird house for a donation drive

New Normal walkthrough video for FILA

Campaign for Michael Moore's new show

Campaign for PLAYFIT

Product/feature ads for the campaign

Recruitment ad for Yaap

In my free time i also write books. This one was shortlisted for the prestigious Tagore Prize 2019