Hand drawn by illustrator Emilio Santoyo, Pocket is a bold sans serif display that will delight your audience. It features huge, extruded drops that look great when stacked vertically. Pocket works well in black and white, but really thrives when you fill it with color.
We've been fortunate to be working on a single project for the past 7 months. It's been one of the most creatively rewarding projects we've worked on, and we can't wait to share it with you:
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Jenny and I have had so much fun working on Draft Day, and have learned so much from director Ivan Reitman and his incredibly talented team.
We both highly recommend this movie, and hope you enjoy the work we did for it. It's hitting the theaters on April 11th, which, coincidentally, is our anniversary.
I recently re-discovered this photo I took back in 2001 on Melrose Ave. I didn't live here then, and remember it felt like a loooong trip from UCLA. I love how the longer you live in this city, the smaller it feels as you explore neighborhoods that are further and further afield.
These days I walk down Melrose almost every day.
Take a look at the behind-the-scenes in this three-part short video. In part 1, there's some fun location video and photos with Richard, Gina, and Jenny in Freetown. In part 2, you'll see our dedicated team in L.A. animating and hand-tracing over 4,000 frames to create the hybrid live-action and animated look. Lastly, in part 3, we've included some shot breakdowns for several before-and-after comparisons. Enjoy!
This is part one of a production diary that I kept while shooting in Sierra Leone with the awesome director of "Girl Rising," Richard E. Robbins and our very talented producer, Gina Nemirofsky.Read More
We had a great time nerding out with old tape decks for the Young Adult.
In this title sequence the camera goes inside Mavis’ car tape deck, revealing the intricate gears and electronics that make it tick. We needed to get very, very close-up for these shots, and here’s how we did it:Read More
When Jenny and I first watched the rough cut of Cinema Verite there was a point in the film, about two-thirds of the way through, where the screen went black and a white title simply stated, “Broadcast montage here.”Read More
The world isn’t exactly clamoring for a behind-the-scenes look at our brief main title for RJ Cutler's short film, “Fish.” But we’re amused by the process we went through to create it, and think it demonstrates our obsessive desire to make things by hand. Because, you know, it’s more fun that way...Read More