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This is the jonesing website and you are welcome here.

Once upon a time there was a little company called 7and8 design that was full of bright and shiny ideas. After a number of years working in the field, 7and8 had grown in experience and the ability to make virtual things.

“But wait”, thought 7and8, “I want to move to Hollywood and become fabulous!”

So, that’s what it did and it became jonesing productions.


in Video

Firestone Beer

This was a fun project – making a series of comedic animations for a beer company. The kind of thing where you go “I wish I could get paid to do this every day…”

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It’s kind of a shame that there isn’t a behind the scenes video, because we had to record the “sound effects” ourselves. I think my favourite is the dirty laughter. I didn’t know I had that in me.

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July 24, 2010

in Print

Identity Design

a logo is the point of entry to a brand – milton glaser

By using the right brand consumers gain satisfaction, confidence and social status. Strong emotional connections are often associated with a particular brand, perhaps because they help people save time by cutting through the clamour and presenting something trustworthy.

The way people interact with a brand is through its identity – the parts we can see or touch. a successful logo then, must be the most efficient form of communication – called upon to summarize the character, values and market position of a brand.

July 13, 2010

in Print

MoaM Postcards

Married on a Monday needed some postcards to communicate the facts about their wedding services in a way that suited their brand.

We used a great photograph by Cameron Ingalls and some design elements from vintage postcards to create the finished piece.

June 21, 2010

in Video

The Ghost and The Man

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A music video for “The Ghost and the Man” by lakes. Shot on location in Hollywood on a micro-budget. Actually, I suppose you could consider it a kind of pro-bono type situation…

June 4, 2010