Graphic design company Minti is glad to announce its five-year anniversary. CEO and founder Andre Cadiz is celebrating Minti’s fifth anniversary reminiscing about how far he and the team have come. Andre began this journey as a college dropout and today owns a design studio in downtown Los Angeles.
When Andre moved to America from Singapore, he had little except a dream to start his own graphic designing company. As a design student, Andre merged his knowledge with his cultural background being raised in Asia. He soon opened a studio in Downtown Los Angeles that has grown in reputation and skill. Among Minti’s past clientele have been Netflix, Red Bull, Migos, 2 Chainz, Fortnite, Huf Skateboarding, Universal Records.
“We began with a goal to bring design and pop-culture aesthetics from the east, to the west in our work. Today, our graphic design company Minti is celebrating its 5th anniversary and the success of our mission to pass. An incredibly important milestone for me, thank you to my family, friends, and clients for allowing Minti to grow to this point”, says Andre Cadiz.
Minti’s great design is the first step to great business. The company makes sure its client’s brand stands out with visuals that push the bar further. Their system makes it easy for customers to submit projects, track projects, and give feedback on designs. The studio delivers orders on premium designs without any delay in time. They make it a point to have the project ready and delivered within 24-48 hours.
“I am the creative producer behind Minti! A boutique graphic design studio (formerly located on 7th St. in DTLA pre-pandemic). Minti creates visuals for businesses, entertainers, and events as well as other projects outside the general graphic design consumption (3D graphics, GIFs, etc.)”, says the founder of Minti Andre Cadiz in an interview.
Andre describes the LA-based Minti studio aesthetic as cute and clean with heaps of animated and pastel colors. He spent most of his childhood in Asia in the late ’90s and early 2000s, hence the company’s work reflects the pop culture of that time.
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