About a year ago we featured a surreal and magnificent short film about a communist werewolf submariner. The direction and script were hilarious, but the set and prop design stole the show; all constructed by LA-based creative Adi Goodrich. The hugely talented Californian has a list of clients longer than my arm that include international names like Wieden + Kennedy, Michel Gondry, Pizza Hut and Universal Records, and she’s renowned for her punchy, colourful sets for fashion shoots.
Despite being in high demand she still finds time to collaborate on a range of exciting small projects like the film above and a set of utterly charming public service announcements, designed to help the people of the world break free from their daily stresses and just chill out. All told it’s an impressively broad portfolio from a woman at the top of her game.
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