Kim Dulaney is a graphic designer, illustrator and art director residing in Brooklyn, New York.
She is a Washington state native. Her early inspirations were found in the vistas of majestic wilderness. To this day she's inspired by the beauty of nature and tries to integrate it's complexity and nuance in her work. She strives to deliver detailed and colorful works that show her personality.
Kim Dulaney graduated with honors from California Institute of the Arts, where she received a BFA degree in design in 2005. Shortly after graduating from the graphic design program, she went on to start a career in the motion graphics industry.
From 2005 to 2007, she became a member of staff at Stardust Studios and from 2007 to 2009. She then became employed at Psyop Inc. as a designer and an art director. Currently, she's working as an independent designer. She is taking on feature films and many diverse projects in the entertainment industry.
Her diverse skill set has led her to receive many accolades including: in 2015 a Webby People's Voice Award winner for branded Animation for Airbnb Berlin, 2015 Graphite Pencil at the D&AD Awards in London Airbnb Berlin, and 2015 a AICP Creative Award Airbnb Berlin. Eurobest 2012 Craft - Film Animation Gold for BBC Olympics: "Stadium", a Epica Awards 2012 TV/Cinema commercial Animation Silver for BBC Olympics: "Stadium", London International Awards 2012 TV/Cinema/Online Film - Post Production Animation Silver winner for BBC Olympics: "Stadium", Epica Awards 2012 TV/Cinema commercial Media Bronze for BBC Olympics: "Stadium", A Gold Cannes Lions Award for Graphic Design and Design Crafts for the 'Offf Titles' 2011, Archives Magazine's 'Best 200 Illustrators Worldwide' in 2011, Print Magazine's 'New Visual Artists' in 2011, 'Young Guns 9' in 2011, BDA Gold On Air Commercial for Adidas "Hu Jia" in 2009, Step's 'Emerging Talent' in 2007. Kim's design work can be seen in TV on the Radio's "Me, I" which received the SXSW jury award in 2008. She collaborated with Mixtape Club for Yeasayer's music video "Wait for the Summer" which was an official selection of the SXSW film festival in 2009.
F O R T U N E jewelry
Every piece of jewelry is hand made in Brooklyn, New York by me! I founded Fortune in 2010 after being inspired by miniature sculptures at the MAD museum. Most supplies used are either hard to find or vintage, so most pieces are rare. Some of my favorite materials include colorful sequins imported from France, spotted jasper stones, 14k gold filled chains and african ancient brass beads. You can find past pieces here and recent pieces here.