Our crowd relations.

See all of our crowd relations clients below.

Standards Manual

An imprint that preserves design manuals. After raising almost $2 million through several Kickstarter campaigns, Standards Manual is now a thriving publishing company with a gorgeous studio and bookstore in Brooklyn, New York.

The Miami Underline

A 10-mile linear park under Miami’s Metrorail. The Underline will serve to revitalize the Miami community, optimize available space, and enhance the city’s landscape, transportation, and culture.


An all-in-one digital fabricator that can make anything, anywhere. Makerarm goes beyond 3D printing thanks to its innovative interchangeable toolheads––which include laser cutters, a CNC mill, pen plotting, cake icing, and so much more. The project raised almost half a million dollars on Kickstarter, headed by the incomparable Zaib Husain.


An online candle company founded by two ex-Googlers. Keap’s brilliant “Scent to Home” service launched and made strides in the online and print communities. Since then, Keap has expanded and introduced a new line of subtle, earth-infused scents.


An NYC data technology startup that places data in the context of the real world. The company recently launched Enigma Public, a free platform that makes the world's broadest collection of public data open and searchable for everyone–all while providing critical context and advice.

AIGA Eye on Design

AIGA Eye on Design, a platform introducing the best new work by the world’s most exciting designers—and the issues they care about. Eye on Design is hosting their first ever conference for “a full day of creative exploration” in October 2017, announced through a gorgeous visual collaboration with designers Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffrees.

Hello Mr.

A magazine about men who date men. The publication made strides in the print world with the launch of Hello Mr. memberships, which supported the magazine, collaborators, and all donated to LGBTQ+ organizations across the country.

Speaking of Home

An incredible public art installation by artist, photographer, and social innovator Nancy Ann Coyne. The first to be installed in St. Paul’s public skyways, Speaking of Home highlights the stories of 58 immigrants from 50 different countries through large scale vintage photographs.

Wayward Wild

A new kind of media incubator. The incredible product studio and incubator brings together the best principles in technology and editorial to assist content makers and storytelling brands find success.


A small-batch bike shop based in New Jersey. The company launched an incredible women's road bike "The DIA," which offered women riders 5’5” and under an all-too-rare high performing cycling option.