We create products, content and experiences to surprise, delight and engage, partnering with organizations who are building the kind of world we want to live in.
We believe in community over competitiveness, right over easy, whiskey over water, and good over evil.
We are designers, and we are friends.
We are WORKSHOP.
20,000 visitors over 10 days at Etsy’s first physical retail shop
The Etsy Holiday Shop brought the magic of Etsy to life, showcasing both the quality and one-of-a-kind-ness of over 300 different handmade and vintage products. From concept and location to layout and programming, we’ve never been charged with so much or been prouder of a result. This wouldn’t have been possible without our extended family, especially Randy Hunt, Diana Frame, Susan Hootstein, James Cahill, and Jonny Santos. Read what Etsy had to say about it.photo by Sara Kerens
From websites to wayfinding, identities to interactive maps
We’ve been working with this audacious organization on a multitude of projects since 2008. We’ve conducted special ops for the TEDPrize team, TED Partnerships, TED Fellows, the annual TED conference in Long Beach, TEDActive in Palm Springs, and TEDYouth.photo by Ryan Lash
The Premiere Non-Conference For Friendly Interneters
If you’ve attended, you know: Brooklyn Beta is not your typical web conference experience. Much of that has to do with its founders and attendees who are as generous as they are talented. But we like to think just a smidge of it has to do with our loving production of this one-of-a-kind event.photo by Chris Glass for The Great Discontent
Our portfolio also includes:
branding, web design, information graphics, illustration & motion graphics for Google, Echoing Green, UNICEF, GOOD, Moving Windmills, Group Theory, Tinybop, Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls, and the New York Philharmonic.
Our co-working space in DUMBO Brooklyn is overflowing with independent creative professionals. Sharing ideas and beers with these talented people on a regular basis has upped our game and our quality of life.photo by Michael Nagel for The New York Times
300 of the swankiest bourbon drinkers on the planet in Brooklyn the first Saturday of May. This year we’ll celebrate the 10th Anniversary of our signature event that’s all about heartfelt hospitality (and lots and lots of delicious booze)!photo by Mindy Best
Jessi set off to TEDActive with nothing but seven pairs of undies in her suitcase. In this 5-minute talk, she shares what she found to wear, sourcing only second-hand clothes from the local thrift shops, plus the lessons she picked up along the way.photo by Michael Brands for TED
Our Studiomate Tina (aka swissmiss) founded Tattly, for designery temporary tattoos in 2011. Since then, we’ve watched firsthand the hard work that’s gone into its meteoric rise, and Jessi is proud to have created five rainbow-tastic designs.photo by Julia Robbs for Tattly
The observations of a color-loving designer, this is Jessi’s personal blog. Thusly, this is a good place to find a high concentration of rainbows, Muppets and colorful second-hand style.photo by Julia Robbs
The theme of this conference is Contrast. Jessi kicks things off, giving the first talk on the first day!
Jessi talks, and then we’ll make an attempt to break the record for World’s Largest Rainbow Parade. Calling all color lovers, you’re invited to join the parade!
As you can see, we keep pretty busy
But if you’re a nice person with a super cool/fun/meaningful project, get in touch.