This is a special year for FableVision. We’re celebrating 20 years of designing and developing a wide array of engaging media that have inspired, taught, and moved people to action. Behind this mission-driven company is a team committed to creating positive media to help move the world to a better place. This special series highlights some of our crazy-talented artist-friends we've worked with over the past 20 years. To help us celebrate our 20th anniversary, we asked each of them to put their own spin on a FableVision logo.
Read up on all our anniversary celebrations on our website here and stay tuned for more updates from the Drawing from Memory series!
At 10 years old, Neshama Ryman wrote and directed an animated short that brings her favorite imaginary character, the Klumz, to life. In the Ryman household, accidents, messes, and unforeseen instances of chaos are always attributed to fictional creatures created by Neshama called the Klumz.
Through the Make-A-Wish Metro New York and Western New York chapter, FableVision connected with Neshama to make her wish of directing her own animated film a reality. Our work with Neshama is a shining milestone in our 20 year history of staying true to our mission of producing "stories that matter, stories that move."
Tell us about the logo you designed:
My logo represents "The Dot." I chose to make the "20 Years" black and white because that is how the characters in my movie, The Klumz, are made -- black and white over a colorful watercolor background. I also used red and orange since these are the colors in the FableVision logo. The spill was the Klumz's touch.
What's your favorite FableVision memory?
My favorite FableVision memory is making The Klumz with the amazing people of FableVision, whom I can't thank enough for their hard work and help in making The Klumz come to life.