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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8 Stunning Visuals From La La Land
Jan20

8 Stunning Visuals From La La Land

Easily the most visually dynamic film of 2016, La La Land is the “original musical about everyday life explores the joy and pain of pursuing your dreams.” Cinematographer Linus Sandgren drew inspiration from the Old Hollywood aesthetic to create a fairytale masterpiece shot entirely on 35 millimeter film. According to Where To Watch article, Sandgren says, “Digital video captures reality whereas the film medium just naturally captures...

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Moana: A Stunning Representation of CG Animation
Dec06

Moana: A Stunning Representation of CG Animation

MOANA: The film you watched with wide eyes, a smile and a heart full of nostalgia. “Moana’s” innovative artistry is sewn together in a way that is ushering in a new era of animated films. Directors John Musker and Ron Clements have created masterpieces like “The Little Mermaid,”  “Aladdin,” “Hercules” and “The Princess and the Frog.” However, “Moana” is...

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7 Visually Dynamic Places to Visit in Los Angeles
Nov22

7 Visually Dynamic Places to Visit in Los Angeles

Los Angeles: The City of Angels  (via kcet.org) This vibrant, exciting and progressive city is home to so many stunning landmarks. From Griffith Observatory, to Walt Disney Concert Hall, to LACMA, the amount of places to see are endless. Luckily, FIDM is located in the heart of this great city. Students have a wide variety of architecture, art scenes, ocean views, mountain ranges, fashion destinations and cultural hubs at their finger...

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Wearable Technology: 6 Brands That Are Changing the World
Nov18

Wearable Technology: 6 Brands That Are Changing the World

In case you didn’t realize it, we live in an era completely enveloped in technology. As time goes on, the fashion industry only becomes a bigger part of this. The “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” theme at this year’s Met Gala proves that.  Although wearable technology has not completely taken over the world, there are a wide variety of brands making waves in this field. The following six...

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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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Ultimate Trendsetters: 8 Influencers Who Stole the NYFW Streets
Sep14

Ultimate Trendsetters: 8 Influencers Who Stole the NYFW Streets

With New York Fashion Week (NYFW) in our midst, a plethora of incredible collections are hitting the runway. However, it always seems as if the true standouts are the bloggers and celebrities taking on NYC with their best street style looks. Below we have curated our eight favorite influencers setting trends at NYFW–some of which are FIDM Graduates. 1. Chriselle Lim Who says you can’t wear white after labor day? FIDM Grad...

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Can You Guess Which 9 TV Shows These Costumes are From?
Aug11

Can You Guess Which 9 TV Shows These Costumes are From?

On Aug. 2, 2016, the “10th Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design” exhibition opened at the FIDM Museum in Downtown Los Angeles. The exhibition represents this past year in television, and features more than 100 costumes from 23 television shows with eight of those being Emmy-nominated. At the exhibition, you will see costumes from “Game of Thrones,” “American Horror Story: Hotel” and much...

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