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Silver Linings

It seems somehow completely appropriate in this moment of global pandemic to launch a new website.

In a time when the basics of everyday life are being scrutinized and re-thought, we are rethinking our business as well. In a time when we are reaching for our fundamental values for inspiration and meaning, we are revisiting the clients and projects that have kept us engaged in this work for over 20 years. In a time when we all crave a few hours of sweet escape into “normal” life, we are sharing with great enjoyment some of the excellent and audacious projects to which we have had the privilege of contributing.

We hope this terrifying episode of disconnection, withdrawal and uncertainty passes quickly. We hope this first blog post becomes quickly dated, and early 2020 is remembered like the mullet or parachute pants — a bad idea not invited back.

In the meantime, this website is our sincere commitment to everyone who has trusted us as a vendor, a creative collaborator and a friend over the years. Bryan Potter Design will be there when it is time for all of us to re-emerge blinking from our caves into the bright sun, and start again on the work of our lives and our world. It is also long overdue (flash?! … what can we say but that 2008 was a heady time …) and we know we need to be more findable so you can call us with that crazy idea that you’ve always wanted to do, but you just need someone to help make it happen.

Stay safe and strong. Stay connected. And stay hopeful in the face of this so that we can rebuild together when we can join hands to do so.