Nemo Design

The word “Nemo” is Latin for “no one.”

It slipped into literature in Homer’s 'Odyssey' when your boy played a Cyclops and claimed “Nemo did it…”

Geographically speaking, Nemo is a small town in Texas.

Point Nemo is the oceanic pole of inaccessibility, the furthest point on the map from any known land.

It’s the tag left by Depression-era wandering poet Everett Ruess, who mysteriously disappeared in 1934.

The name was later adopted by Alexander Supertramp, as documented in the book 'Into the Wild.'

It’s a fish.

And it’s a captain.

But for us, Nemo means the creative power of the crew. We call it collective progression. No one person runs the show. We all do.