It’s that time of year again, kids! No, don’t worry. We’re not talking about the election again… But we do have a couple of new members on the Sarofsky Cabinet. Now introducing, long-time freelancers, first time hires: Dan Tiffany (Designer) and Cory Davis (Creative Finishing/VFX Artist)! It was a bit like pulling teeth trying to get some fun facts from these two yahoos. But we did it. Read on…

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Abacus at Chicago International Film Festival

This year, Sarofsky worked on the documentary film Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, created by Chicago production company Kartemquin Films. We did the main title and graphics within the film and the movie poster was designed by our very own Duarte Elvas.

Abacus tells the story of the Sung family, owners of Abacus Federal Savings of Chinatown, New York… Also known as the only U.S. bank to face criminal charges stemming from the 2008 financial crisis.

If you’re interested in the film (and seeing our work, of course!), head over to the Chicago International Film Festival ...

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It’s that time of year again… The Women’s Global Education Project’s annual NDAJEE celebration!

Just a reminder, since it’s probably been about a year since you last heard about WGEP… Women’s Global Education Project believes education for girls—especially for those in the remote, rural areas of the world—is one of the most effective ways to fight global poverty. It now works in 65 villages in rural Senegal and Kenya, addressing the complex barriers that keep girls out of school. By partnering with local, community-based partners, WGEP ensures that their programs (which focus on scholarship support, family involvement and community awareness) ...

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