444 W. Ocean Blvd., Ste. 150
Long Beach, CA 90802





It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas🎄✨


Today is #SmallBusinessSaturday We love supporting local businesses such as Andy's @toxictoastrecords located in downtown Long Beach. ⁣ ⁣ Check out our Story for our other favorite small businesses in town!


#HappyThanksgiving🦃 from the Agency ETA family!🧡


San Francisco designer #MichaelOsbourne is known for his elegant and tasteful identities and packaging for companies such as Sutter Homes, Gymboree, BevMo!, Charles Schwab and many more. In addition to numerous awards, Osbourne’s work has been recognized by prestigious graphic design publications and is included in the permanent collections of the San Francisco MOMA, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, and the Smithsonian National Postal Museum in Washington, D.C. Osbourne takes a traditional approach to design, stressing the importance of drawing on paper and mastering tactile skills for creative problem solving. ETA embraces Osbourne’s methodology as we constantly sharpen our pencils in order to thoroughly explore the well-defined problems set before us.


Today's a new day. You shape it. You create it. You make magic happen.✨ #MotivationMonday #MakeMagicHappen


Known as the “bad boy” of graphic design, #TiborKalmans socially conscious and often provocative editorial work featured doctored photos of people. Notable images included Queen Elizabeth and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger as racial minorities and filmmaker Spike Lee as a white man. Later, Kalman’s work with the fashion company Benneton turned advertising upside down when he created controversial ads with powerful social commentary. Notable ads were of a nun and priest romantically kissing, and an emaciated man surrounded by his grieving family as he tragically succumbs to AIDs. Kalman died in 1995 but we continue to channel his spirit of courage and boundary-pushing here at ETA as we create solutions for clients that challenge their idea of what a successful brand can be.