Art Director, Menachem Krinsky, Shares Industry Advice with FIDMDigitalArts.com
Oct24

Art Director, Menachem Krinsky, Shares Industry Advice with FIDMDigitalArts.com

Menachem Krinsky is a Los Angeles-based art director and digital artist whose highly visual movie posters caught our attention here at FIDMDigitalArts.com. Working with a variety of clients, from non-profit organizations to large agency campaigns, Krinsky co-founded Visionary+Flock (V+F), a boutique design shop focused on developing iconic print creative. “I love starting with a clean empty slate and building it up into...

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Cut&Paste Launching its 2011-12 Live Digital Design Competition Tour Oct. 28 in NYC
Oct24

Cut&Paste Launching its 2011-12 Live Digital Design Competition Tour Oct. 28 in NYC

We are excited to see that Cut&Paste, the global digital design competition known for its lively onstage battles and reputation-making performances, is kicking off its 2011-2012 tour this weekend in New York City. Get ready, Los Angeles! Cut&Paste will be in LA in February, 2012 and is seeking Los Angeles’  most talented “street artists, filmmakers, and 3D modelers to battle for the top crown.” Read more...

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Student Spotlight: FIDM Graphic Design Student, Van Do, Explains the Constructivism Design Era
Oct19

Student Spotlight: FIDM Graphic Design Student, Van Do, Explains the Constructivism Design Era

Students in the Graphic Design program at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising understand the importance of studying the history of design, delving into the art and design movements which helped to shape the current creative industry. During their studies in Design I, Design II and History of Design, taught by FIDM Graphic Design Instructor, Alex Gardos, FIDM Students research and report upon a design movement of their...

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Design Inspiration: Short Video Featuring Trip Print Press
Oct19

Design Inspiration: Short Video Featuring Trip Print Press

Despite the exciting new possibilities that digital design has to offer, the tactile qualities of print design can be engaging and effective in a way that digital can’t. As a designer, it’s important to understand the capabilities and limitations of both print and digital design. Trip Print Press is a one-man letter press print shop based in Toronto that offers all the best services of the print medium: foil stamping,...

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Preview Up-And-Coming Creative Suite Features from Adobe Max

Earlier this month, the Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles was brimming with designers, developers and creatives of all kind to preview the latest innovations that Adobe has to offer at the annual Adobe Max conference. We were thrilled to discover that even if you weren’t able to attend Adobe Max, Adobe TV has published several “sneak peek” videos that demonstrate some potential new Adobe product features that...

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Landing a Creative Internship- Advice from Two FIDM Digital Media Students
Oct18

Landing a Creative Internship- Advice from Two FIDM Digital Media Students

Like many design and film students, as we begin the Fall Quarter here at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, many students find themselves on the hunt for open internship positions in the design and entertainment industries. Two FIDM Digital Media Students shared with FIDMDigitalArts.com advice about how they got hired as digital media interns at high profile companies (Warner Bros. Studios and NBC Universal) and...

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Key Art Comes to Life with Motion Graphics Movie Posters by Ignition Creative

Ignition Creative, a creative design agency based in Santa Monica, California, has developed a series of amazing “motion posters,” bringing static typography and images to life in the form of motion graphics posters. Check out these examples: “Contagion” Motion Poster “Conan” Motion Poster Ignition Creative developed a motion poster integrating QR code technology for an interactive campaign for The...

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Design Trend: Social Bookmarking on Collective Inspiration Websites to Organize Your Images
Oct13

Design Trend: Social Bookmarking on Collective Inspiration Websites to Organize Your Images

For creative pros and designers of all kind, social bookmarking has finally evolved into a new form of web presentation that is as user-friendly as it is well-organized for our aesthetic approval. While social bookmarking is not a new concept, with sites like Del.icio.us and StumbleUpon that organize your favorite Websites, and Digg to save favorite articles, a new breed of social bookmarking sites is emerging that is setting a new...

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