How Far I’ll Go: Interview With ‘Moana’ Visual Development Artist Neysa Bové
Jan30

How Far I’ll Go: Interview With ‘Moana’ Visual Development Artist Neysa Bové

There’s no telling how far FIDM Grad Neysa Bové will go! A Visual Development Artist for Disney, Bové recently worked on designing the costumes for animated film, “Moana.” As the film has taken the world by storm, her vision has been embodied through a combination of animation and fashion. She learned some of her skills while taking pattern making and sewing classes at FIDM. Turns out a lot goes into the process of...

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Graphic Design Inspiration: 8 Fresh Portfolios From FIDM Grads
Dec22

Graphic Design Inspiration: 8 Fresh Portfolios From FIDM Grads

  Fall quarter has reached its end, which means new creative portfolios from FIDM Graphic Design Graduates are here! Within each designer’s work contains the essential skills learned within the FIDM Graphic Design program including digital imaging, photography and branding. With their new knowledge, these grads will take it with them onto their desired industry. Scroll down to see their portfolios, filled with...

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It’s a ‘Hungry Shark World’ for Ubisoft’s Jonathan Lam
Nov28

It’s a ‘Hungry Shark World’ for Ubisoft’s Jonathan Lam

 Life has always been a game for Graphic Designer Jonathan Lam. As a Marketing Artist for Ubisoft, Lam creates icons, logos, 3D renders and much more for the video game development company. Currently, he is in charge of creating the marketing art for the mobile games, “Hungry Shark World” and “Hungry Shark Evolution.” In the past, he was a freelance artist designing character and concept artwork for Riot Games....

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Get Ready For a British Invasion with FIDM Instructor Graham Moore
Nov01

Get Ready For a British Invasion with FIDM Instructor Graham Moore

  We are hopping across the pond with FIDM Visual Communications Instructor Graham Moore, only this pond is in Lancaster, Calif. for his “British Invasion” exhibition. Moore will be featured in a showcase of British artists including David Hockney, Colin Gray, Eleanor Wood, Gordon Senior and many more. Previously, he was featured in a Los Angeles show at Haphazard titled “This is Collage,” spotlighting a...

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FIDMDigitalArts.com Named One of Feedspot’s ‘Top 50 Graphic Design Blogs’
Oct14

FIDMDigitalArts.com Named One of Feedspot’s ‘Top 50 Graphic Design Blogs’

FIDMDigitalArts.com has just been named one of Feedspot’s “Top 50 Graphic Design Blogs” on the web. We took the honor as we were ranked 34 among the likes of HOW Design, David Airey, Abduzeedo, AIGA’s Eye on Design and many more reputable design blogs. Rankings were based on the following criteria: Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, Twitter and other social media...

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Graphic Design Inspiration: 5 New Design Portfolios From Recent FIDM Grads
Sep21

Graphic Design Inspiration: 5 New Design Portfolios From Recent FIDM Grads

Summer quarter has officially ended and we have a treat for you – FIDM Graphic Design Grad portfolios. Featured within their portfolios is a variety of essential skills taught within FIDM’s Graphic Design program including branding, licensing, publication design and much more. With the variety of skills learned in their classes, FIDM Graphic Design Students are ready to take their art to the next level. Scroll down to see...

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Color it Chic: Download Free Coloring Book Fashion Illustrations by FIDM’s Nancy Riegelman
Sep15

Color it Chic: Download Free Coloring Book Fashion Illustrations by FIDM’s Nancy Riegelman

This fall, FIDM’s seasonal color trend sticker (above) showcases a new design featuring the work of published author and FIDM Instructor Nancy Riegelman, with color by FIDM Graphic Design Alumna Chloe White. Riegelman is not only a longtime instructor, but also the renowned fashion illustrator and author behind the 9 Heads: A Guide to Drawing Fashion series, as well as a collection of Color It Chic coloring books which feature...

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Keeping Up With Emmy-Nominated “Masters Of Sex” Set Decorator Halina Siwolop
Aug19

Keeping Up With Emmy-Nominated “Masters Of Sex” Set Decorator Halina Siwolop

Imagine being transported back to the 1950s, where life was much simpler and social media didn’t exist. Only, this is present-day 2016, you can login to Facebook with the tap of a button and you’re on the set of Showtime’s “Masters of Sex,” which was created to emulate the time period of when famous psychologists Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson were researching human sexuality. This is all thanks...

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