As the world rushes to digitize everything a new hunger for beautiful, tangible experiences with ink on paper is beginning to emerge. Way back in 1999, Free Range was a print-only studio. Today, though we’ve fully embraced what digital media can do to change the world, we’ve never forgotten the storytelling power of this first broadcast medium.
There’s nothing we love more at Free Range than big solutions to big problems. From our first meeting with Global Zero the idea of eliminating nuclear weapons worldwide seemed doable, obvious and urgent all at once.Read Case Study ►
For Save the Bay's 50-year celebration, we brought their story to life with a unique visual storytelling approach.Learn more ►
It’s not hard to make a gorgeous magazine when you’ve got so many gorgeous models. But bringing science and entertainment together into a single package takes a subtle approach to design.Learn more ►
Our economy relies on the Earth’s ecology. This should be obvious, but most investment strategies refuse to take this simple fact into account. Portfolio 21's powerful report changes the whole conversation.Read Case Study ►
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has been working for years to “brew a better world,” and Free Range has collaborated to illustrate their evolution and successes.Learn more ►
There are endless intersections between faith and social justice. PICO is one of our favorite faith-based clients, bringing the teachings of religion to the streets, in search of change.Learn more ►