Twenty six clients engaged us in the last 12 months in ongoing relationships or special projects.
That’s an increase over the previous year. Thank you one and all. We look forward to supporting your creative efforts in the coming year – we’ve heard some of your plans and it’s going to be an exciting 2015!
Cheers to all! – CHRIS & PATTI GARLAND
Aveda Experience Center, El Paseo
Fabric for Interior Design
Gilah Yelin Hirsch
ICare Home Healthcare
Integrated Care Communities
Jan Peterson Child Development Center
Jewish Artists Initiative of Southern California
Pierre Keshishian, ASID
Riverside County Regional Medical Center Foundation
Dr. Carl Rowe
Shogren Ombudsperson Services
Ruth Cozen Snyder
Dr. Victoria Stevens
USC Initiative for Israeli Arts and Humanities
Other highlights this year have been designing social media campaigns: Case Study: the Power of Social Media, book design for Jean Edelstein, Integrated Care Communities’ entrance signage, promotional banners, directional signs and more.
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When designing a new website for artist Sandy Bleifer she made it clear this wasn’t to be just an archive of her portfolio, but a flowing presentation of her life in art: Social Practice: One Artist’s Life Work (so far). An intriguing concept that, with our collaboration, has created a unique online experience.
To quote her bio. – Sandy Bleifer received her B.A. in Fine Arts at U.C.L.A. in 1962 and worked as an Artist in Residence, an art teacher, docent and publisher of curriculum materials in the arts. Under the aegis of “Space”, a seminal Los Angeles gallery under the direction of Edward Den Lau, she exhibited and sold her work from the early ‘70’s through 1997 at many galleries and museums.
Her work is in over 200 private and public collections worldwide. Her personal idiom first originated with silkscreen and collage. Since then, her work has been an exploration of paper: a continuing discovery into its complex nature and its ability to serve as a metaphor of the world around us.
Long a social activist, Bleifer concluded a six-year project to present her Hiroshima/Nagasaki Memorial Project to audiences in the U.S. and Japan in 1995. While becoming involved in the revitalization of the historic buildings and neighborhoods of downtown, Los Angeles, she continued to evolve in new directions and is currently returning to painting – moving toward installation and video in conjunction with expanded techniques of collage and the sculptural use of hand made papers.
Her response when it was done: “This is great. It truly expresses my intentions. Thank you!”