Founded in 1995, Black Riders works and plays in an eclectic collision of writing, storytelling, visual design, print culture, technology, and human interaction. We’ve started referring to it as Neo Bibliology, the (re)new(ed) study of the history, art, and science of “books” as objects.
Whether working on a project or simply feeding our own curiosity, Black Riders thrives on exploring the interactions between people, our stories and myths, and the tools we use for connecting and sharing them with each other.
Within that space, we like to help individuals and organizations (re)imagine, (re)design, and (re)invent themselves wherever we can. We’ve been known to tackle both traditional communications and design projects, as well unusual business and branding challenges, with curiosity, strategy, and passion. We don’t do a whole lot of work these days, but if you have an unusual problem to solve, or need help with an interesting project, we’re happy to have a conversation.