We’re a collective of female creative leaders, collaborating to design the extraordinary.
Pretty Lethal Designs is a boutique Branding and Design Studio owned and led by women who are experts in their craft. We develop strategy, messaging, design and packaging for cannabis brands who are ambitiously aiming higher.
Our team of creative and marketing experts use their sharp talents and top-notch experience to help quality-focused businesses succeed and thrive in the cannabis industry while building a business that’s driven with intention and purpose.
Since 2010, our unique blend of strategy, marketing and creative expertise has been helping our clients leverage their brand to grow their business with a balance of heart, smarts and soul.
Coming from the behind-the-scenes brand teams of Fortune 500 companies, our leadership brings exceptional expertise that helps our clients avoid challenges and bring harmony to their business as they prepare for a more successful future.
…To Craft Coffee & Food…
Working growing coffee brands and cafés, we’ve helped entrepreneurs start their brand from scratch, small businesses strengthen their brand with intention, and expanding businesses rebrand with confidence.
Now, working with artisans in cannabis and edibles, we are using our experience in branding for retail and hospitality to help design an industry that’s inclusive, accessible and has a seat for everyone at the table.
Meet Our Creative Leaders
Using experience from a past corporate life, Samantha Everett helps women business owners create powerful marketing by harnessing the strength of their story and creating harmony between their products, purpose and people.
Seeing scarce mentorship and leadership opportunities in the creative industry, she started the bespoke branding studio, Pretty Lethal Designs in 2014 to help elevate women both inside and outside of the business.
Her journey to cannabis began after seeing friends and loved ones reclaim their lives from illness thanks to medical marijuana, and that interest grew after learning more of the medicinal and social benefits of the plant. Being diagnosed with a chronic pain condition herself, Samantha advocates for the end of prohibition in her state of Wisconsin by spreading education, encouraging advocacy and dispelling the stigma and misconceptions about cannabis.