The series explores the workplaces of 12 of read more
Astral Studio is proudly working with the California Cannabis Industry Association (CCIA) with designing their new identity and promotional materials. This CCIA seal is the first ingredient in the delicious designs we have baking! read more
We are very excited to announce the launch of Tech Digs, the web series we produced for Internet Week and CBRE! Big thanks to Hardy Stewart who co-produced and the Wenck Brothers who shot and edited!
Astral Studio worked with Barton Associates, a leading national healthcare staffing company, to promote their new innovative multi-specialty telemedicine staffing solution, Barton Telehealth. Here is a video we designed/produced supporting its launch. read more
Refinery 29 interviewed Lilikoi Living founder June-wei Sum in this recent article. Congrats to June-wei and be sure to check the Lilikoi Living product line which we had the pleasure of branding. read more
Congrats to Lilikoi Living! Refinery29, the largest independent fashion and style website in the United States, recently listed Lilikoi Living’s Bamboo Buff Exfoliating Facial Wash as a favorite new all-natural product. Lilikoi Living products can be purchased here read more
The Smart Tech Foundation was conceived to establish a proactive “global challenges” platform for innovation, in a quest to accelerate the development and availability of products to better prevent gun violence. The initiative, and first challenge, Smart Tech for Firearms,[.....]
Twenty years ago today, we saw a surreal juxtaposition of US sports and heroes of sport. The World Cup began in Chicago, Arnold Palmer played his last round in the US Open, the Knicks were playing the Rockets in the[.....]
Everything about the Jealous God record label is fantastic! From the music to the design Karl O’Connor (Regis) and Juan Mendez (Silent Servant) deliver a solid package. They just released Issue Four which contains read more
July 28, 1978: A water main break in Bushwick, Brooklyn, rendered Decatur Street “a scene of contrasts.” A 48-inch pipe had burst at about 4:25 a.m., sending millions of gallons into the street, “shot up through the asphalt like a geyser.” Children played while residents fretted about the damage — and the delayed response. read more
We are really enjoying Kevin Cooley’s recent Controlled Burns photo series. In Controlled Burns, swirling and imposing clouds of smoke contend with one another in a physical battle between diametrically opposing explosions of black and white. From a structuralist point of view, this imagery serves as metaphor for binary opposition, e.g. good vs. evil or day vs. night, yet this is not the sole line of inquiry. Inspired by the smoke signals of the recent Papal conclave which uses smoke as form of basic communication.