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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Graphic Design Studio Tour: Exclusive Insight Into BrandingIron Worldwide
Oct24

Graphic Design Studio Tour: Exclusive Insight Into BrandingIron Worldwide

The FIDM Social Media team recently traveled to West Hollywood to visit the HQ of BrandingIron Worldwide (BIW). BIW specializes in working with companies and brands to showcase a concept in the most authentic and cohesive manner through graphics and other outlets. With clients including Warner Brothers, Disney, DC Comics, Netflix and Sony, BIW has established their presence in this industry. Multiple FIDM Graduates work here, too!...

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It’s a Bad Girl’s World: An Interview with Illustrator and Author Ann Shen
Sep09

It’s a Bad Girl’s World: An Interview with Illustrator and Author Ann Shen

  Illustrator, Letterer and Graphic Designer Ann Shen‘s empowering new book “Bad Girls Throughout History“ is making its debut this weekend. As a graduate of University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and the Art Center College of Design, this Los Angeles based creative has worked with the likes of Anthropologie, Huffington Post, The New York Times, Papyrus and Mattel. The FIDM Digital Arts team was fortunate...

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Graphic Design Inspiration: 14 Graphic Designers Who Shine Creative Brilliance
Jul19

Graphic Design Inspiration: 14 Graphic Designers Who Shine Creative Brilliance

When it comes to keeping up with the latest graphic design trends, these graphic designers sure know how to mix it up creatively. With graphic design being an ever changing field, new artistic pieces pop up on the scene thanks to these imaginative designers. From Alexandra Bruel to Jessica Hische, check out these 10 designers who are known for their innovative style. 1. Petros Afshar (Image via Petros Afshar) With clients including...

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Industry Insiders: Designers at Activision and Billabong Discuss UX and UI Design
Nov04

Industry Insiders: Designers at Activision and Billabong Discuss UX and UI Design

Due to the huge influx of companies focused on creating interfaces for multiple screen sizes in addition to providing interactive digital experiences for their consumers, the demand for designers with expertise in user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) is more prevalent than ever in today’s design industry. What exactly do UI and UX designers do? What kind of path does it take to become a professional in this industry?...

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FIDM Grad Tamara Houghten Opens Stationery and Gift Card Shop in Echo Park CA
Jun25

FIDM Grad Tamara Houghten Opens Stationery and Gift Card Shop in Echo Park CA

In the Graphic Design program at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Merchandising students learn the ins and outs of logo design and brand development, often using pictures found online to bring their vision to life. In just six short months after graduating from the program, Tamara Houghten is bringing her vision to the real world by opening Shout and About, a stationery and gift card shop located in Echo Park California.     This...

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FIDM Grad Jamie Long Discusses Landing a Career Prior to Graduating College
Jun24

FIDM Grad Jamie Long Discusses Landing a Career Prior to Graduating College

Students at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising may have earned their degree at different times throughout the 2014-2015 school year, but on a special day in June, grads reunite with the rest of their classmates to celebrate their hard work at FIDM’s Graduation Ceremony. For most college students, graduation represents the fact that school is finally over and inevitably, it’s time to try and break into the job...

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This Illustration Took 300 Hours and Millions of Handmade Dots and Lines to Create
May15

This Illustration Took 300 Hours and Millions of Handmade Dots and Lines to Create

Design doesn’t happen in an instant. The creative process takes time, patience and discipline to bring the best design to light– qualities that artists Xavier Casalta and Rémy Boiré know all too well in their incredible “Patience & Discipline” piece shown below. It took more than 300 hours of work, and millions of handmade dots and lines to create the 22″ x 30″ illustration using Rotring Inkpens over...

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