Last month was the first February in recorded history where the temperature in Los Angeles did not reach 70 degrees. Despite the usual weather factoids, we had plenty circling the office in terms of the topics we discussed, projects we launched, and pages we read. Here are some of our favorites.
The Beginning, Middle, and End of Brand Narrative Funkhaus Blog
Everyone has their thing. You know, that belief that you feel so strongly about that you firmly place a stick in sand, defend to the death, and readily argue the merits to those who say nay. We’ve got a lot of those beliefs when it comes to the world of design, content, and programming, but one that tops that list time and time again is our full belief in the importance of brand narrative.
Two Bunch Palms Website / Branding
As with all Journal Hotel Group’s properties, Two Bunch Palms Spa and Hotel has a long and storied past. The unique property is undergoing a massive two-year renovation and part of that new direction included a fresh digital face to showcase the reinvention of this Desert Hot Springs icon.
3AM was founded by Ridley Scott, Alison Temple, Nick Temple, and Jules Daly to meet the marketing needs of filmmakers in a rapidly evolving industry.
California-inspired Mexico cuisine sets the scene at Verlaine, a new restaurant in Hollywood that we were thrilled to collaborate with on their identity and collateral. The latest member of Select Hospitality Group (The Heyward, Hinterland) is now equipped with stunning and detailed branding, menus, and exclusive club cards.
Carbon VFX Website
When it comes to the world of visual storytelling, Carbon redefines what it means to bring a project to life. From the initial concept to the final product—utilizing anything from animation to eye-catching VFX—Carbon works to transcend the expectations of communication and creation.
Kinfolk Website / E-Commerce
Kinfolk was formed in 2008 by friends from New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo. The concept of a “Kinfolk life” evolved from their desire to create products and experiences they’d dream up but couldn’t ever seem to find anywhere.