about us

we’re Brandon Hill + Peter Chang.

we're made to create. hustling since 2009, we have worked with a family of hand-picked artists, designers and brands that share our vision. we run a design-build studio, creative agency and events production company, all rolled into one. we’re versatile. kind of like a burrito.

we are problem-solvers. we help our collaborators deliver a get-it-done, no bullshit, DIY, art-centric, design-savvy, multi-disciplinary, cross-cultural, adaptable, niche, custom, force-multiplying, over-the-top authentic experience. we fit in where you need help. soup to nuts. or just nuts.

the district is our home. art is our world. hustle is our method.

work with us. 

what we do

design + build, curation, pop-up shops, pop-up exhibitions, art direction, signage, custom + commercial artwork, experiential marketing, event curation, event promotion 

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past clients

georgetown bid, istrategy labs, crystal city bid, truth.com, smith public trust, general assembly, 1776, the popal group, ommegang, duvel, social radar, red bull, huge, audi, media rise, dc week, brightest young things, all things go, swatchroom, worn creative, raise your city, american anthropological association, car2go, taylor gourmet, we work, peroni, blue moon, dc meet market, teddy & the bully bar, & pizza, table, art jamz, lupo verde, kid mutiny


How to transform the Washington Post building in 24 hours for the INGENUITY conference

— No Kings Collective designs "Ingenuity," Dec 3, 2015


" The idea is to make the space transform with the artists showing there, changing to their every whim and desire, allowing Hierarchy to totally transform each time you come back."

                                                                  — No Kings Collective talks 'Hierarchy' and Acing Art. , Jan 30, 2015

"So Its actually possible that the kings are not kings, but are rather, Aces. They've hustled to enhance artists' exposure, created a successful gallery in the midst of DC's creative conundrum, and actually seem to be translating all of this artsy allure into sales - and not just among usual collectors."

                                                                 — DCAC and No Kings Collective, Thou Art the Party, Oct 4, 2013

Inaugural Ballers: No Kings Collective teams up with the New America Foundation.

                                                                                                    — The Washington City Paper, October 25, 2012

"Established movers in Washington’s hip arts scene started respecting their grit, if not their brand of art." 

                                                                                                       — The Washington Post, October 25, 2012

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