Check out this fresh animated short featuring an unruly monkey who never forgets his roots for your digital media inspiration. Blending 3D and 2D animation with a mix of saturated colors by Argentina-based digital media agency 3Dar, “Shave It” was directed by Fernando Maldonado and Jorge Tereso. Read more after the jump…
Film Friday: Sony Announces PlayStation 4 and Signal Makes a Glass Snowboard. PLUS Read Details on the Academy Award Nominees for Short Animated Films
Check out our favorite videos of the week for your digital media inspiration! Hot videos this week include Sony’s trailer announcing Playstation 4 (scheduled for holiday 2013) with some amazing video games planned for the new system… Read more after the jump…
With the opening of the 21st Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design at FIDM Museum & Galleries featuring all of the Academy Award® nominated costumes, we can’t help but be excited for Hollywood’s biggest night of the year happening next weekend. Located in the heart of the film industry in Los Angeles, students earning their digital media
Four Vintage-Inspired Super Bowl Sunday Graphic Designs: Typographic Posters, Unique Tailgate Invites & More
With less than a week until Super Bowl Sunday, there’s plenty of football-related visual inspiration for graphic designers and digital media artists everywhere we look. As much as we love the slick on-screen animations and motion graphics that dominate the visual landscape of Super Bowl Sunday, these vintage-inspired graphic design pieces caught our attention for their unique,
Our interest sound and audio design for film stems from the amazing curriculum of the Digital Media program at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in which students learn various aspects of post-production filmmaking.
So naturally we were pleasantly surprised (and geeking out a little) over the amazing interviews that SoundWorks Collection has published featuring most of the Academy Award-nominated digital media professionals behind leading films like “Argo” and “Skyfall.” Read more here.
Design Inspiration from Around the Globe: Get Lost in Herman Miller’s Film Series “Why Design” by LA-based Firm “Hello Design”
The design team at Los Angeles-based interactive design agency Hello Design recently embarked on a unique design-focused journey for Herman Miller’s Why Design film series that will keep you captivated and, perhaps, ready to invest in a Herman Miller chair.
Visiting eight cities, the Hello team captured 7,268 photos and wrote 600 lines of code, according to AIGA/Los Angeles (who toured Hello last month), to capture the spirit of legendary Herman Miller designers including surfer Yves Béhar, paper sculpture artist Irving Harper, the company’s original graphic artist Steve Frykholm, and more. Read more after the jump…
Filmmaker Friday: Rhyming Illustration Inspiration & the Roots of the “Keep Calm and Carry On” Poster by Studio Canoe
Temujin Doran of Studio Canoe is an illustrator and filmmaker based in London who developed the clever short films shown above PLUS a short film documentary dedicated to the ever popular “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster. Read more after the jump…
Leading trend forecast and analysis company, Stylesight, compiled their recent graphic design findings for activewear clothing based on leading tradeshows in the United States and Europe from June through September 2012. Active tradeshows Agenda, Bright, ISPO, Outdoor Retailer and SnowSports Industries America (SIA) revealed the following graphic design trends according to Stylesight in its Active
FIDM Graphic Design/Entertainment Portfolios Offer Unique Concepts, Clever Copy and Beautiful Design Details
We’re always excited to see how students who have earned their Graphic Design/Entertainment degree at FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising reinterpret movie marketing in their portfolios. FIDM Graphic Design Students are constantly finding inventive ways to market films, television shows and video games. Whether they are developing theatrical key art or interactive online marketing