Ikon Creative Services has increased its full-time staff and relocated to a larger facility.
Michael Lane and Hector Rojas have been named senior editor and senior art director, respectively, while former freelancer Robert Solomon has signed on as an inhouse editor.
Meanwhile, the 6-year-old motion picture ad firm has moved from its Culver City location to a new, expanded Playa del Rey facility.
Founded in 1991 by creative director Martin Gueulette and audio-visual executive producer Dean Blagg, the company has provided creative services for features including “The Rock,” “Pulp Fiction” and “Sense and Sensibility.”
Ikon’s clients include Columbia and TriStar, Buena Vista Home Video and Lakeshore.
The company currently is working on campaigns for the 1998 releases of TriStar’s “Godzilla” and Columbia’s “Les Miserables” and “Spice: The Movie.”