We worked on the cover and interior design for “Know Your Hairitage: Zara’s Wash Day” in collaboration with LA author Zenda Walker. The illustrations were created by Princess Karibo, a Nigerian Illustrator. This project started in November of 2020. Zenda began her process last April. We received the proof and the colors look fabulous. We hope to have distribution start at second week of Black History Month which will be in February.
Our Commitment during this outbreak.
To Our Valued Clients,
I hope you are well and healthy during this time of stillness and reflection due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The pandemic has effected many families and businesses in the past weeks and will continue to disrupt the normal operations of many. Studio Foronda is still operational as our team works remotely together. I am spending my time hunkering down in the studio. We are monitoring our client’s websites weekly for any interruptions. We are in contact with hosting services and monitor their status with regards to any services that may be effected.
As of this moment all our print vendors are still operational and we are still able to offer print advertising services for our clients. Currently we are working on projects and will continue to work with clients even remotely if necessary.
If your website needs any updates due to the current situation, please contact us and we will make those changes. You may email me at email@example.com or call 301.538.2344.
Again, please know that we are extremely committed and prepared during this crisis. Our doors are still open (remotely).
Take care of yourself as we get through this together.
We created the brand logo mark for the Institute for Human Relations, a non-profit focused on diversity & inclusion in education, organizations, and sports. We are currently working on the design and development of their website. www.ihrinc.org
Our client JA Patty created this package sleeve with the logo brand mark that we created for them. They make the best Jamaican Patties around!!
We are currently working on a website redesign for African American Artist, Lula Mae Blocton. Lula was in the NYC art scene in the 1960’s creating drawings and paintings that touch on her cultural, political and social roots. We’ve been spending over a year collaborating on her art book that documents almost 50 years of her work. It’s an honor to be working with her.
Our client Conroy Outar used the Brand Logo Mark that we created for him to design his food truck. He’ll be on the road selling his delicious Jamaican Patties. If you see him say “Hi!”. www.japatty.com
We’ve been working on the website redesign for Anya, a fine dining restaurant located in Thompson, CT. Taking from their existing brand, we are recreating an elegant themed site to reflect the high class taste of their image and interior space. They feature Italian inspired cuisine in a beautifully set atmosphere in the country. We are honored to be asked to take on this project which will be finished by May, right in time for Spring.
We won an award last year from Corporate USA Today for Multimedia Design. Our hard work and talent has paid off once again! Looking forward to 2019. Happy Lunar New Year to all of you! 🙂