In 1854, Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles (JFS) was the first charity to be established in Los Angeles. Today, more than 150 years later, they are proud to offer “a family of services” to nearly 100,000 individuals every year.
Through their programs and services, they strive to meet the trials of poverty, hunger, domestic violence, homelessness, substance abuse, families in crisis, disabilities, and aging with dignity. This compassion grows out of deep roots in Jewish values—“tikkun olam,” or healing
the world, is a central tenet of Judaism.
JFS welcomes and serves people of all ages, ethnicities, and religions. Our professional staff and dedicated volunteers share a passionate commitment to enriching and improving the lives of every member of
Art Direction: Craig Holden Feinberg
Photo Credit Annual Report #1: Shane Nash
Photo Credit Annual Report #2: Stefano Galli
By Craig Holden Feinberg
& Dale Petersen
Client: Fiell Publishing
Flexi-cover with flaps
Format: 20 x 14.4 cm (7 ⅞ x 5 ⅝ in.)
192 pages, 100 illustrations
Recommended Retail Price:
£8.95 | €9.95 | US $14.95
Single Language text
English edition – ISBN 978-1-906863-05-0
French edition – ISBN 978-1-906863-17-3
German edition – ISBN 978-1-906863-18-0
Food for thought
Combining thought-provoking graphic imagery with truly alarming information culled from some of the most authoritative sources around the world, The Little Book of Shocking Food Facts is literally jam-packed with essential truths you need to know about global food politics, fast food culture and healthy nutrition. This startling yet visually stunning book is guaranteed to alter the way you think about food production, while also changing your personal eating habits for the better.
Food for life
How is it that malnutrition is so widespread in the developing world, while obesity is rife in the developed world? What exactly is the nutritional value of junk food versus the health beneﬁts of fresh fruit and vegetables? Do you know what really goes into the production of the food on your plate?
The Little Book of Shocking Food Facts
will help answer these and many other questions surrounding food production and consumption today. The crucial information presented in this book through specially commissioned, state-of-the-art graphic design has been meticulously and painstakingly gleaned from some of the world’s most authoritative and up-to-date scientiﬁc studies and government reports. Extended footnotes at the back provide full citations for all information sources, as well as easy-to-understand texts that explain the facts in concise detail.
It’s 1969 in Laurel Canyon, Hollywood. In the eucalyptus scented canyon you can smell the bohemian spirit as you hear the music blow through the hills.
This is the inspiration behind AMORROMA's Cruise Spring 2014 Canyon Collection which was launched at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami. Resort dresses and bikinis functioning as crop tops lend to the easy
feeling of the Hollywood hills in its hay day.
What makes this collection unique is that graphic designer Craig Holden Feinberg of Begson has taken photos directly from LA's canyons and given them new life on swimwear fabric. Designer Heather Roma then mixes Begson's prints with imported Italian materials including natural cotton lace and knit flowers covered in paint and incorporates muted tie-dyes produced in the heart of LA’s garment district. Featured in the June issue of
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Social issue design is sometimes defined as
a process that contributes to improving human well-being and livelihood. For the past decade
I have researched and designed several social issue campaigns. Through my process I try to express my ideas sometimes with no or very few words.
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Freedom of Press
Deaf Domestic Violence
Perez Hilton “Pop Up” Compilation #1 is the first compilation from the Perez Hilton music series. Showcasing 18 of Perez’s favorite upcoming artists in music today, this mix is as eclectic and as infectious as Perez himself. Hop on board for a non-stop bangin’ booty-shakin’ dancefest with some of pop music’s best-of-the-best. Get graffiti’d by Kat Graham, bang your drumroll with VanJess, spin through zero gravity with synthpop princess Kerli and dance under a disco sun with the always fierce Pascal and Pearce, among others. Perez says, “This groovilicious mix will absolutely blow your mind!”
Perez Hilton’s “Pop Up! #2″ is the second compilation album from the Perez Hilton music series and will be released on May 14, 2013. The album showcases 15 of Perez’s favorite emerging indie artists! So gear up for a captivating ride as some of today’s greatest hipsters come together in one mind-blowingly cool compilation. Let your love walk in with Paloma Faith, have MNDR feed you diamonds, and get away on a mental vay-cay with the tunes of Blondfire’s “Waves” and Kal Lavelle’s “The Ocean.” Get to know artists such as Kodaline, Lianne La Havas, Petula Clark, Elle King, Charli XCX, Tegan and Sara, Sky Ferreira, Asaf Avidan, Bastille, Wynter Gordon, and Big Deal.
Perez Hilton’s Pop Up #3 is the third compilation album from the Perez Hilton Music Series. Perez has outdone himself YET again with his most catchy and captivating mix to date, showcasing 14 songs from his favorite up and coming musical artists. Whether you’re in the mood to pump it up and dance the night away, or hang out to some great tunes, Pop Up #3 has something for everyone! Have your Mind Blown by Dresses, pick your Favorite Star with Quadron, and let Icona Pop remind you that We Got The World! According to Perez, “This is Pop that is Up and, most importantly, Cool!”
Perez Hilton’s Pop Up #4 is the fourth compilation album from the Perez Hilton Music Series. Showcasing 19 songs from his favorite up and coming musical artists. Featuring Mø, Odesza, Smallpools, Erik Hassle, Goldroom and more.
This compendium showcases the extraordinary cutting-edge work of 100 of the world’s most progressive graphic designers, from the hard-hitting political messages of Jonathan Barnbrook to the lyrical digital compositions of Peter Saville to the iconoclastic imagery of Stefan Sagmeister. Alongside the array of visually stunning and thought-provoking advertisements, CD covers, posters, packaging, websites, and corporate identities are texts by each designer expressing his or her individual approach to graphic design practice as well as personal insights into the motivations that lie behind the work. An accompanying introductory essay highlights the current issues surrounding graphic design practice, from the ascendancy of digital tools to the amorality of consumerism. By presenting a provocative survey of the latest, most experimental and forward-looking graphic design from around the globe, this exciting book provides a unique and totally unforgettable snapshot of where the discipline stands today and hopefully offers directions for its future.
East coast mentality, west coast sensibility, international aesthetic, effortless style, rock & roll edge, avant garde training, tasteful touch, Inspired by nature & the humanity that lurks within. Justin Lynn, Fashion Consultant / Stylist / Costume Design / Closets. Justin has worked closely with several high profile clients including Steve Aoki.
Brand Direction: Craig Holden Feinberg
Wesite Design: Clarissa Butler
Ten years of ideas, projects, personalities, events and experimentation, through a gallery of images, videos, interaction and music that tell a contemporary story.
“Fabrica 10 - From chaos to order and back” is not just a book published by Fabrica or about Fabrica, it’s the result of an extraordinary and unique vision of the world, a product of so many visions that have found their expression at Fabrica. Not just images therefore, but also objects, videos, music, installations and texts that have charted a unique and recognizable way of communicating that, while representing itself also represents the creative peak of our times.
“Fabrica” states Luciano Benetton in the preface, “ was created, to capitalize on the value of a type of communication which goes against the current, to unite culture and industry, to apply a typically entrepreneurial concept: the ability to risk by investing in ideas and creativity. The initial idea, developed together with Oliviero Toscani, was also a bridge between the visionary dream -a laboratory where the communication of the future could be planned-and concrete experimentation in the field. Between utopia and the reality of a world in chaotic transformation.”
Founded in 1994, Fabrica is a unique place – virtual and real at the same time – that lives and changes through a continuous exchange of experiences. Fabrica has, over the years, been host to hundreds of young emerging artists from all over the world, with their wealth of cultures and experiences, who have mixed among themselves and with some of the most important personalities in art, culture and communication.
Fabrica’s story is a story of the creative process itself and not of its results. The predominance of ideas over materials, tools, structures, forms and methods, as an undeniable vehicle for creation, is the true mark of Fabrica. "FABRICA 10 – From chaos to order and back" narrates the past as a process that is still in the course of developing.
Texts in English, Italian and French
A series of portraits of apes taken by
James Mollison, as part of an international communication campaign for United Colors of
Benetton. The whole series of pictures have been published in a book and exhibited at the National History Museum in London. The brand identity was created by Craig Holden Feinberg while working at FABRICA, The United Colors
of Benetton Research and Creative Center
in Northern Italy.
Chargerback is a Cloud based software solution company that completely automates the cumbersome process of inventorying and returning lost & found items. Authorized Chargerback users can access Chargerback’s system using any device with an internet connection and a web browser.
Chargerback is dedicated to the quick and economical return of chargers, cell phones, electronics, clothing and other valuables that customers inadvertently leave behind in hotels, rental cars, public transportation systems and other public and private places.
Using the Chargerback system makes it easy to return personal property. Customers pay a flat fee of $9.95 (most items, size dependent), postage, shipping and handling included and are charged via a secure credit card transaction. Environmentally friendly, using Chargerback reduces tons of land fill waste.
It's a fact, people on the move lose things.
Did you know in the US it has been reported:
-Nearly 60,000,000 phones are
lost each year?
-46,000,000+ items are left in
hotels each year?
-10,000+ lost items are collected
by a single US airline each month?
-12,000+ laptops are lost each week
just in airports?
-70+ items are lost on average at each
and every major sporting event?
Brand Direction: Craig Holden Feinberg
California was the first state to establish
a medical marijuana program, enacted by Proposition 215 in 1996 and Senate Bill 420
in 2003. Prop. 215, also known as the Compassionate Use Act, was approved by initiative with a 55% majority, allowing people with cancer, AIDS and other chronic illnesses the right to grow or obtain marijuana for medical purposes when recommended by a doctor. SB 420, or the Medical Marijuana Protection Act, was signed into law by Governor Gray Davis and established an identification card system
for medical marijuana patients.
Brand Direction: Craig Holden Feinberg
In 1960 Letraset announced its instant lettering dry transfer product. This was the first ever sheet of "Dry Transfer" - the product with which Letraset has become synonymous. Dry transfer represented a true revolution in graphic design lettering could be done quickly and easily by anyone and demand was enormous. What could so easily have become a "gimmick" became an essential design tool.
As the 90's approached, the digital age was starting to take shape and less designers
were using dry transfer causing sales to drop
because the computer was a more faster way
to produce results. Design studios began to throw boxes of dry transfer away and Letraset became the lost art of typography.
BEGSONLAND explores the world of Letraset in the form of a typographical dream and gives back to the handmade dimension approach to visual communication. Designers and architects in the past have used this material in extremely strict parameters. BEGSONLAND breaks that mold where our eyes are free to explore and our minds enter the state of imagination.
Krvkurva is a group of artists and graphic designers that have created the La.Ga bag.
Shaped like a large teardrop, the bag is constructed from semi-rigid Dupont™ Tyvek®. Thinner than one millimeter and weighing less than 40 grams, this bag is able to hold up to 55kg easily, while still being machine washable. With use, the bag becomes softer and more malleable, while being radiation resistant and recyclable.
Each bag is given a unique artistic layout by a different guest designer, in limited runs. Past designers have included artists and graphic designers from Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Brazil, the UK and USA.
Album cover designs have always been apart of my visual process. Simple, modern, and eye-catching my designs tend to express surrealism and pop culture.
Antidote Superfoods blends the best quality foods to make you feel good inside and out. They think of food as alchemy creating nutrient-dense formulas to combat and cure your ailments. The name "Antidote" was chosen carefully, they ‘treat' people through healing foods offsetting the effects of a toxic environment. They are firm believers that with top notch nutrition you can keep yourself in the best health possible. Their gluten free, dairy free, low sugar smoothies are complete with healthy fats, clean quality protein and of course vitamins & minerals, all without sacrificing taste. At Antidote, they have a larger vision, not only to serve the best taste and quality but also to educate people on the importance of knowing where food comes from and how it effects our bodies and the world we live in.
Brand Direction: Craig Holden Feinberg
Truck Design: Shrine