Finger Industries: Design Matters

Founded in 2002 by designer and animator Marcus Kenyon and illustrator Jonny Ford, Yorkshire-based Finger Industries is known for its imaginative, original animations and illustrations. When we asked the studio to come up with a Design Matters logo for issue 217 of Computer Arts, along with an animated version for the interactive digital edition, the creatives took inspiration from their Sugary Death Machine animation, a sweetly coloured motion piece with a darker undertone.

We spoke to Kenyon, Ford and production manager Rachael Brown to find out what went on behind the scenes on the project.

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