Brothers is a great American story about luck, grit, know-how, and the magic alchemy of a handful of eccentric characters who came together to build a commercial art office.

Our clients include Antico Pizza Napoletana, Chef Ford Fry, Chef Hugh Acheson and Dale “Pretty Boy” Donchey, Georgia Organics, Ann and Sid Mashburn, Wintercheck Factory, Grassroots Farms, Victory Sandwich Bar, The General Muir, Whole Foods Market, Sir Kensington's, Smith & Wollensky, and Four Seasons Hotels.

Brothers is currently designing brand identity, product packaging, environmental graphics, and/or websites for King of Pops, The Clermont Hotel, 725 Ponce, The Canteen food hall, and a new 2-story Whole Foods Market location in Bryant Park (Manhattan). It recently designed the identity for Buxton Hall in Asheville, N.C., Bar Margot at the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown Atlanta, Ford Fry’s Beetlecat in Inman Park, and some frisbees for the sandal-wearing men at Clay + Bros.

The firm’s output has been admired by journalists and the design community at large. On the other hand, they are not without their critics who contend, among other things: “I’m not speaking for the whole but I think it’s quite objective to say that Brothers’s work is quite out of fashion. It is associated with the image of an older person living in the countryside or rural areas. It is hard to know but I think that this type of art was selling better in the 1950s or 1960s.”

“The Original” Brothers was established in 2011 and is perhaps best known for spawning a bunch of shops with the same name and no connection whatsoever to the original.

Ever fantasized about owning your very own design company? Family Brothers, Inc. is for sale for $69 million and everything in the office is also available for purchase.