Sing-Sing is the award-winning creative studio of designer Adi Goodrich and director Sean Pecknold. Founded in 2015, the two have been collaborating on larger-than-life works in both the commercial realm and the world of art and design in their Los Angeles-based studio. Their collective work ranges from filmmaking and animation to photography and spatial design, bringing together a multidisciplinary approach to making intentional and meaningful work.
As a studio we intend to elevate impactful ideas, tell stories that matter and create art that calmly centers others to do the same. We also facilitate education, community and conversation in our workshop series, Saturday-School.
We are currently working with the NLG to create assets that support BLM protestors who’ve been arrested, we’re creating a stop-motion film about climate change, films about philosophy, interior design in our community and artwork that amplifies these stories in subtle and conceptual ways.
Two heads are better than none.
Google, BBC, Apple, Sony, Simmons, Lavazza, Fleet Foxes, John Legend, Dirty Projectors, Nike, Adidas, Headspace, Target, Spam, Zendesk, HP, Lyft, Google AIR, Dropbox, NLG LA, Sagmeister & Walsh, Fruit of the Loom, Ace Hotel, Native Shoes, Instagram, Nicolas Godin, Chambord, Klarna, etc.
Notable Lectures & Press
Likeminds 3.0, CalArts, CSULongBeach, California College of the Arts, OFFF Festival, Blanc Festival (Barcelona), Dynamic MTL (Montreal), Quotation Magazine (Japan), Roof Magazine (Portugal), AIGA, It’s Nice That (UK), Page Magazine (Germany), Booooooom, etc.