Rule of Three
11 · 27 · 2020
Rule of Three is a fast-paced card game for visual thinkers. Pair it with a festive libation to pass the hours you no longer have to spend with the in-laws. Excessive celebration doesn’t award more points, but it does feel good.
Throwing the Lasso: A Word on Naming
04 · 28 · 2020
If Google had tried to name the company after its core offering, it might have registered a name like Jerry’s Guide to the World Wide Web (the original name for Yahoo!).
Choosing a name is an investment, don’t undersell your chances. Great names start with a strong sense of identity and strategy. Learn about the naming process at Landscape.
Join Us at San Francisco Design Week
06 · 10 · 2020
We’re proud to be the 2020 design partner for (the now virtual) San Francisco Design Week. This year’s theme, Intentional Distortions, is an open call to challenge perceptions, explore new boundaries, and push beyond our limitations.
The past days, weeks, and months have demonstrated that things are always changing, and that things still need to change.
We look forward to coming together to exchange ideas and channel our collective energy.
San Francisco Design Week Brand & Campaign Partnership
01 · 21 · 2020
We're thrilled to announce that Landscape has been selected by San Francisco Design Week as the agency partner for 2020.
Event — Seven Year Studio Retreat
3 · 27 · 2019
We decided to celebrate a dog year of amazing work in the land of endless red dust; Sedona.
A Friend in Need
7 · 28 · 2018
The mother of one of our past interns has suffered a serious accident resulting in a long and expensive recovery. Brittany Teng and her family are currently raising money to cover healthcare costs. To assist with the effort, we have organized a limited set of editions for sale from some of our favorite collaborators, donating 100% of the proceeds to the recovery fund.
Including photographs from Mahaney Mark, Damien Maloney, Aaron Wojack, Daniel Dent, Luke Abiol, Maria Lokke, and Adam Weiss.
$1.5m Raised for Early Learning
11 · 1 · 2017
In Q4 last year we were engaged to help The Big Lift craft a narrative to support its efforts to improve childhood reading proficiency in San Mateo County. Since its release, the video has helped raise $1.5 million dollars for the cause.