This series by Down the Street Designs was done for a site called Simple City, where they created 3-color illustrations of buildings in their favorite area of Los Angeles that they are conveniently located in. See the designs above!
Learn, create, play, connect, live: these five touch points determine how the non-profit LA2050 selects grant winners from applicants who submit ideas to make Los Angeles “more environmentally friendly, socially conscious, tech-savvy, and creative.” In connection with their recent million-dollar Grants Challenge and to promote the organization generally, the F+J-represented animators at Down the Street... read more
The DTS Process : Animation always proves to be a very interesting process because there are so many moving parts (pun intended). Typically it all begins when we are given a script - which is essentially the words that are going to be displayed or read throughout the animation. With this we’re able to get a great idea of the narrative arc that has to be portrayed through the animation. Once we’re given and have had time to look over the script, we create... read more
We want to introduce you to the newest members of the F+J family! As a creative agency, we care about representing good work, but also good people. We value kindness, hard work, and sincerity, and DTS Designs is the whole ticket. We are so excited to have them on board! Get to know them more below! What are your names? We are Colin Ozawa & Paul... read more
The newest artist to join our team, Daniel Castro is a creative studio in and of himself. For starters, the content producer’s résumé reads like a storyboard for a cross-country indie flick. He was raised in St. Louis; got his feet wet in graphic design in New York after studying product design at U. of Cincinnati; moved out West just as the word ‘recession’ came into parlance; and established a freelance career in San... read more
According to Refinery29 and, well, just about anyone you ask, first impressions matter. That's why that little chunk of cardstock you slip into someone's hand after you meet them could be subject to just as much judgment as you yourself are. Thusly, the fashion-minded omnichannel has curated the 30 coolest business cards in the neighborhood. Clicking ... read more
We are all crossing our fingers for animator Aaron Bjork, Creative Director Michael Reilly and the team at Shine for the Emmy Awards nomination for the title sequence of TURN. Take a look at the beautiful animation here.