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- Wednesday, May. 22, 2019
The-Artery opens new space in Manhattan
- NEW YORK
In a move that reflects a significant expansion of its capabilities and talent, multi-award-winning creative company The-Artery has opened the doors to a new space in Manhattan’s thriving Chelsea neighborhood.
Founded and led by chief creative officer Vico Sharabani, The-Artery now has a spacious new environment in which to apply its expertise in providing collaborative solutions to creative production and postproduction challenges. This includes leveraging its expertise in visual effects, post supervision, offline editorial, live action, and experience design and development across multiple platforms.
According to Sharabani, the new space is not only a response to the studio’s growth, but allows The-Artery to foster better collaboration and reinforce its relationships with clients and creative partners. “As a creative studio, we recognize how important it is for our artists, producers and clients to be working in a space that is comfortable and supportive of our creative process,” he said. “The extraordinary layout of this new space, the size, the lighting and even our location, allows us to provide our clients with key capabilities and plays an important part in promoting our mission moving forward.”
The-Artery has a seasoned and talented team of artists and creative collaborators, including recent addition, editor and former Mad River Post owner Michael Elliot, The creative company has showcased its singular approach and ingenuity on a variety of high-profile efforts in recent years. These include 2018’s groundbreaking VR-enabled production for Mercedez-Benz, its work on Under Armour’s “Rush” campaign and Beyonce’s game-changing Coachella documentary, Homecoming. The-Artery has also brought its talents to feature films like Netflix’s acclaimed Beasts of No Nation, Wes Anderson’s Oscar-winning Grand Budapest Hotel and box-office hit Ocean’s 8.