A red claw. Flowing locks—er, antennae. Rinee Shah’s lobster character is at the heart of each of the movie poster-style designs and social posts she created for San Francisco-based sketch comedy troupe Killing My Lobster, whose 2018 season will include such themes as “Honey, I Shrunk The Whites,” “Queering My Lobster,” and, because the fodder for funny is obvious,... read more
Fendi recently had the unique advantage of three F+J-represented studios putting their heads together towards the #FendiRoadTrip. The animated, illustrated, and stop motion campaign utilized multiple looping GIFs, which were then combined into a minute-long video by... read more
#Fjartist Rinee Shah each Sunday creates these simple but charming illustrations to go along with pieces of advice for the week. Here are a few holiday-inspired and personal favorites! Click here to see even more!
Things will work out. ☝ ( By #fjartist Rinee Shah ) #inspirationfriday
Rinee Shah, needing a distraction after a breakup, began her 100 Happy Things project, and it definitely is a day brightener. This is #23 : Dogs wearing googles. To see the rest of the series, click HERE!
As we blogged about this week, F+J illustrator Rinee Shah's latest personal project is onehundredhappythings.com. The happy things are specifically, in Shah's words, to distract her from a breakup, but we predict that their applications will travel far and wide. Homemade Halloween... read more
"100 Happy Things" is more than just an artful distraction from sadness, as advertised. Illustrator Rinee Shah launched the personal project, for which she is accepting submissions, after a breakup insisted on pushing unhappy thoughts to the forefront, as breakups do so well. A few of the Happy Things: really bad puns (pictured), all green lights on the way home from work, curled potato chips, and unlikely animal friends (also pictured). These... read more
Illustrator Rinee Shah shows readers of Women's Running Magazine how to stay fit when travel is part of their routine. Among the drawings are "dos," like running on the beach and renting bikes. The "don'ts" look a little more daunting, especially if you'll be camping–hot dogs and s'mores are among the list of foods to avoid on "Fit-cation."