A retrospective


In a year like no other,

We couldn’t be more grateful to have the opportunity to partner with incredible clients and help bring brands to life. Join us as we look back on the projects, people, milestones, and moments that shaped and defined the past 12 months.

Hunter joined the team.
Forbes spoke with us about our partnerships with independent restaurants and food businesses.
Laine celebrates 6 years at SDCO.

Naming projects. Brand identities. Stationery. Packaging. Environmental design and murals. Brochures, websites, merch and menus, signage and product design. Hand drawn illustrations. Brand stories and competitive research. Photo shoots and digital media. Animation and creative consultation.

We partnered with our client Ethic Supply Co.to create a COVID-19 Relief candle. All proceeds from the sale of the candle went to GiveDirectly, the first, and largest, nonprofit that lets donors send money directly to those in need.

Like you, we’re practicing social distancing, navigating the twists and turns of our rapidly changing world, and finding inspiration in people, art, culture, acts of generosity, and nature.

Gray Magazine’s profile explored our commitment to partnership as a vehicle for design and storytelling.

In 2020, our clients gave us the opportunity to explore an array of businesses and industries — architecture, CBD, placemaking, interior design, hospitality, food and beverage, nonprofits, home goods, start ups, health, wellness, accessories, leadership development, beauty, bitcoin, geography, cookware, and events, to name a few.

We stand in support of Black lives, equality, and justice.
Meredith is promoted to Business Development Director.
Thrilled to see our client, Brightland, on The New York Times Magazine T List for the launch of their vinegar collection.

If it could be imagined, envisioned, concepted, sketched, designed, built, written, programmed, organized, streamlined, and produced, we did it.

We spoke at the Ladies, Wine & Design Nashville X Brooklyn Fast Chat event, a virtual conversation organized by the global LW&D non-profit, whose mission is to connect, empower, and inspire women and non-binary creatives.
Lauren is promoted to Designer/Illustrator.
We spoke at a virtual event — with an audience in Dubai — hosted by -ing Creatives, an organization offering online creative workshops.