Baylor University

In celebration of the 700th anniversary of Dante’s Divine Comedy, Baylor University Honors College set out with a grand ambition: to create the world’s largest Dante reading group. And they enlisted Polymath to make it happen. Beginning with branding, we crafted a logo for the “100 Days of Dante” inspired by the classic work. We…

Initiative on Faith & Public Life

When a top public-policy think tank needed to rebrand one of its strategic initiatives, Polymath was enlisted to facilitate the process. The Values & Capitalism project of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) celebrated 10 years of success as a special economics program for some of America’s most promising college students, but, in many ways, the…


Every year, approximately 100,000 people attend FamilyLife’s Weekend to Remember marriage conference at locations across the country. Building on the decades-long success of the event, FamilyLife leadership sought out Polymath to refresh and enhance every aspect of the conference experience for a new generation. Executing the vision required a restructuring of Weekend to Remember’s teaching…

The Lupton Center

Bob Lupton’s acclaimed book Toxic Charity has inspired a movement to rethink the current models of community development. To train the growing number of leaders in this movement, the Lupton Center was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, where they work directly with city planners and nonprofit organizations to create lasting change in disadvantaged communities.     After…


Working in collaboration with the John Templeton Foundation and Sword & Spoon Group, Polymath developed a concept for a consumer-facing media platform highlighting research and news at the intersection of “science and meaning.” Following an initial phase of branding, design, and content development, ORBITER magazine was born.     Our branding, website, and video work…

Agency Reel


OQ Farm

Creating a safe space

Terminus Collective

uniting a cause

McMullin for President

branding a president


launching a company