SUPERHAPPYBUNNY IS A DESIGN STUDIO. The Los Angeles lofts are the headquarters for designers Edwin Roses and Bart Haney. Known respectively as graphic and product designers, the duo has become known for their rich range of creative work.

As hands on designers and consultants, their approach brings together innovative thinking, progressive design and technical savviness. Since the inception of the studio in 1999, Superhappybunny has grown into an idea source for startups and big players alike. Their Projects include assignments for BMW, Virgin, PixelBlocks, Toyota, Verizon and Coca-Cola.

Their work has most recently been exhibited as part of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Triennial, and the California Design and French Int'l Design Biennials. They've been written up all over the= place. Including being named in the ID40 as one of the leading up-and-coming international designers.

All things printed, moving and interactive.

Edwin has served as graphic designer and art director for the print, identity, interactive and motion projects. His credits read from underground record labels to the likes of BMW, Nike, Res and the USC School of Fine Arts. He's been known to coax the unexpected out of an assignment to devise work marked by its ideas and delivery.

He started his first studio as a protege of production designer Tom Foden while working at Satellite Films with its directors. Including heroes Spike Jonze and Mark Romanek. He traces his inspiration back to his first hit as director of his 3rd grade class play.

Concepting and strategic development of products.

Bart leads the product and new business development projects at Superhappybunny. Having produced the Superhappybunny line, he's designed from furniture, lighting and audio components to soft goods. Recent projects have included the redesign of the iconic Coke bottle for Coca-Cola and a line of fashion accessories for Look-Look.

Insatiably inquisitive, his approach considers human sciences, technology, trends and communication. He started Superhappybunny to make common design that can educate and inspire as well as function.

Our studios are nestled in Los Angeles' Brewery Arts District. The Lofts have been a core part since our start. This is where we work, live and play. The 300+ studio community surrounds us with its resident artists, photographers, architects, writers, thinkers and occasional robot makers.

We have ideas for you. Say hello.