Oddfellows expands with a new office, website, team and body of work

Over the past few years, Oddfellows have been steadily gaining momentum. What started as a small San Francisco-based company has now expanded to Portland with a new team and body of work that can stand with the best of them.

One thing that I’m most impressed with is the emphasis Oddfellows places on personal work. For a small studio, it can be hard to make time to develop your own voice, especially with paying clients at the door. It’s all too easy to fall into the mold of everything you make being subservient to the advertising world or a client. “The Junebug” is a beautiful piece of design and animation, but more importantly, it’s an excellent example of balanced priorities and making art for art’s sake.

Be sure to head over to their sleek new website to view more Oddfellows goodness.

Also, don’t forget to visit their Instagram to take a peek at what is going on behind the scenes as well as meet the new team.

A few personal favorites from the update:

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Joe Donaldson

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Joe Donaldson is one of the editors of Motionographer. Working closely with Justin Cone, their hope is to help grow our community while celebrating the exceptional work being created on a daily basis. Additionally, Joe recently joined Ringling College of Art and Design where he works as a professor in the Motion Design department. Before joining Ringling, Joe worked as a director, designer and animator in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, and has had the honor of directing work for clients such as Apple, Google, Facebook, Instagram, The New York Times and Unicef.

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Justin Fines

29 Rooms is really nice

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