Futurefarmers Design Studio is a work for hire design practice operated by members of the San Francisco-based art collective Futurefarmers.
Founded in 1994 by Amy Franceschini, the studio is a network of designers, programmers, mechanical engineers, product designers that offers a wide spectrum of creative services — including art direction, web design, print, identity, industrial design, interactive installations, exhibition design and custom software.
Over the past twenty years, we’ve worked with a broad mix of for-profit and non-profit clients, including Adobe, Agrarian Trust, Autodesk, the Berkeley
Art Museum, the City of Seattle, Washington, the Greenhorns, Greenpeace, MSNBC, National Young Farmers' Coalition, NEC, PBS, the Prelinger Library, Southern Exposure, Swatch,
We’re always seeking meaningful collaboration. Feel free to say hello!
“Generative ideas emerge from joint thinking, from significant conversations, and from sustained, shared struggles to achieve new insights from partners in thought.”
—Vera John-Steiner, Creative Collaboration. Oxford University Press, 2006