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SNO Designs Cover Art for Center Theatre Group's 2019 - 2020 Season BROCHURE

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Make Some Noise! Studio Number One is excited to share the new 2019/20 season brochure cover that was designed for Center Theatre Group, one of the most prolific and influential theatre companies in the world.

Based in Los Angeles, Center Theatre Group is one of the largest nonprofit theatre companies in the nation. Their venues include The Ahmanson Theatre, which produces and presents Broadway musicals and plays, The Mark Taper Forum, which produces classic American dramas and the Kirk Douglas Theatre, which focuses on more adventurous works in an intimate setting. The brochure featuring SNO’s cover art include information about the upcoming productions from all three of their venues in this single piece.

Visit Center Theatre Group’s website for more info and upcoming shows!

Interview: How Studio Number One Manifests Meaningful Design

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Studio Number One is happy to share our recent feature on Busy Beaver Button Co.’s blog!

SNO and Busy Beaver have worked closely together for the Make America Smart Again voting initiative and a Women’s March UNITE pack to benefit Planned Parenthood. Most recently, they hosted a button-making station at SNO’s Women’s March Hang this past January as well!

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The article highlights how the philosophy of phenomenology inspired SNO’s creative director Shepard Fairey and SNO’s mission to change the way people experience media and the urban landscape. “Advertising means nothing if a brand’s overarching story isn’t strongly communicated at every level.”

You can read the post in its entirety here:

Manifesting Meaningful Design with Shepard Fairey’s Creative Agency

Studio Number One Designs Mural About Mental Health Awareness for Koreatown

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After the success of the trilingual mental health awareness poster campaign Studio Number One created for the Koreatown Youth and Community Center’s (KYCC), Studio Number One was honored to have the opportunity to convert the artwork into a mural for the Koreatown community.

The imagery for the campaign was designed to help others overcome the stigma of mental illness, raise awareness about KYCC’s many resources available through their clinical services programs, and continue to spread the message that it’s okay to reach out and get the help you need.

Check out the mural next to Milk Tavern and Beer Belly off of 526 S. Western Ave. in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles!

Studio Number One Designs Art for Inner-City Arts' Summer on 7th!

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Studio Number One is proud to create the poster art for the 2nd year in a row for Inner-City Arts’ upcoming event, “Summer on 7th” which supports equal access to arts education for students in Los Angeles. Ticket proceeds support high-quality arts education for underserved LA youth.

On June 8th, experience a night of live music featured by Best Coast at Inner-City’s campus on their rooftop overlooking Downtown LA and enjoy food, drinks, art installations, and more!

More info about Inner-City Arts and tickets can be found HERE.

Angel City x Studio Number One Crafted in LA Recap

We had a great time at the opening of our art show, Crafted in LA last week. Special thanks to Angel City Brewery for having us and congrats on the launch of the new cans!

We also want to thank non-profit organizations Surfrider LA, Non-Toxic Revolution, and the League of Women Voters for participating at the event and educating us about your causes.

And finally, we appreciate all of the support from our family, friends, clients, and fans for joining the celebration! If you missed it, the exhibition is up at Angel City Brewery in Arts District, DTLA until April 1st. You’ll be able to see a collection of art by Studio Number One that was created for various marches, social and environmental causes, our voting initiative #MakeAmericaSmartAgain, and so much more.

Be sure to check out the video recap below!

Photos taken by Deric Mendes

Video Recap by Elias Wynshaw

Make America Smart Again Midterms Ballot Party Recap

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Make America Smart Again Midterms Ballot Party at Angel City Brewery! Studio Number One designed voter guides to help voters fill out sample ballots for Election Day (which you can find here) and attendees also received help from experts including local reporters Esther Tseng, Brittany Martin (from Los Angeles Magazine), and representatives from non-profit organizations such as the League of Women Voters and LA Forward.

Additionally, other wonderful partners provided giveaways and raffle prizes including Obey Giant, Obey Clothing, Angel City Brewery. I’m Voting, Never Made, Winsome, Spare Room Hollywood, Amoeba Music, Resident LA, and Big Softee.

Voter turnout in 2018 appears to have reached the highest level of any midterm election in a century, so an extra special shoutout to everyone that voted on Tuesday and made your voices heard!

SNO Designs Trilingual Mental Awareness Campaign for KYCC

SNO is proud to unveil the mental health awareness campaign that was designed for the Koreatown Youth and Community Center (KYCC) on World Mental Health Day.

This trilingual campaign seeks to stop the stigma and raise awareness about mental health resources available through KYCC LA’s clinical services program. These posters will be going up all over Koreatown in Los Angeles starting today.

Help us spread the important message that it’s okay to reach out and get the help you need.

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Visit KYCC’s website for more information about KYCC and the services they offer.

SNO Contributes Art to 2018 Girls Build Leadership Summit

Studio Number One had the honor of working with The LA Promise Fund to contribute art to the Girls Build Leadership Summit for the second year in a row. The summit is focused on challenging young women across the country to make an impact in their community and ensure their voices are heard.

This year’s summit partnered with Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote and brought together 10,000 young women from local public high schools in Los Angeles County featuring speakers from March For Our Lives and award-winning writer, executive producer, and best selling author Shonda Rhimes to talk about civic engagement, voters rights, and women’s rights.

Studio Number One designed the event t-shirts as well as poster and photo backdrop art for all of the attendees to enjoy. It was inspiring to see so many future leaders feel motivated and empowered by SNO’s artwork.

Thank you to the LA Promise Fund, GIrls Build, and When We All Vote for allowing us to participate in this amazing day!

SNO TAKES THE FIELD AT DODGER STADIUM’S Echo Park Community NIGHT

Studio Number One directors, Victoria Yarnish and Annie Pham had the honor of joining other neighborhood royalty to represent SNO at the 2nd Annual Echo Park Community Night at Dodger Stadium on August 30.

The other community members that joined them on the field included president of the Echo Park Chamber of Commerce and owner of Bedrock Studios KamranV, owner of Masa of Echo Park (of deep dish pizza fame!) restaurant Rhonda Reynolds, and executive director of non-profit tutoring center 826LA Joel Arquillos. The evening kicked off with a ceremonial first pitch by former Echo Park resident and legendary musician David Yow from the Jesus Lizard. Proceeds from ticket sales benefitted 826LA, a local non profit tutoring and writing center for students ages 6 - 18.

Thank you to the Dodgers for having us on the field! We love you Echo Park!

SNO Designs Poster for Inner City Arts

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Studio Number One was asked to create the poster for Inner City Arts’ upcoming Summer on 7th event to support access of art education for kids and teens in Los Angeles. Summer on 7th is a night filled of art installations, food, drinks, studio tours, and a musical performance by Mayer Hawthorne and a special DJ set by Mark Ronson.

Inner City Arts has been serving the city of Los Angeles since 1989. Their mission is to provide affordable and integrated art classes for the youth of Los Angeles. Since their opening they have served nearly 200,000 students.

To buy tickets for Summer on 7th find the details on the poster and learn more about Inner City Arts by checking out their website here.

Girls Build LA Leadership Summit

SNO was honored to create art to inspire and empower young women at the Girls Build LA Leadership Summit, which took place last week Friday, December 15 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and featured Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Kamala Harris as key speakers at the event.

Sanctioned by the LA Promise Fund, the program challenges young women from public middle and high schools in Los Angeles to use STEM principles to effect social change. Girls team up to identify and address issues in their communities, like homelessness, obesity, mental health, voter registration, and much more. Over the course of the school year, they leverage creativity, teamwork, and STEM skills to develop, implement and share their solutions to these issues. 

Refinery29's 29Rooms Comes to Los Angeles!

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Non-profit organization The Art of Elysium invited SNO to add a little flair to their Art Heals room at Refinery29's 29Rooms in Los Angeles, an interactive funhouse of style, culture and, technology. Guests were encouraged to explore their artistic side by picking up a brush to contribute their own art and experience the joy and exhilaration of painting and being creative.

The Young Literati's 9th Annual Toast

SNO was honored to design the invitation for the Young Literati's 9th Annual Toast which took place last weekend to celebrate the Library Foundation and the literary life of Los Angeles. 

The night took place at NeueHouse Hollywood and was hosted by Busy Phillips and Colin Hanks. Reader and performers included Andrew Bird, Chelsea Handler, Retta, Timothy Simons, and Constance Wu.

Learn more about the Young Literati and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles at www.ifla.org