We’ve produced this official film poster for Carol Reed’s The Third Man (1949), in association with StudioCanal and The Dark City Gallery for their British Movies collection. The original blue version is an edition of 150, and the black and metallic silver variant is an edition of 75 only. Both are hand-printed by White Duck in bath.
We’re very happy to be taking part in the Blisters 2012 show organised by Print Club London. The theme this year is Movies, and lot’s of other nice people are taking part including fellow Début Art-ers Serge Seidlitz and Joe Wilson, as well as Si Scott, James Joyce, RYCA and many, many more. We’re finalising paper and inks for our poster at the mo, exciting stuffs. Opening night is Friday 31st August, and apparently gets very busy, so please RSVP if you fancy coming along. see more…
We’ve illustrated this posters for the UK launch of Green Mark Vodka this week. Although new to the UK, Green Mark has long been the No.1 Vodka brand in Russia, and being partial to a drop or two we were of course delighted to be involved. A £2m marketing campaign kicks off this week so hopefully a few of these will be out on the streets soon.
This week we’re off on our annual trip to the Cannes Film Festival. Lot’s of work, lot’s of films, and (inevitably) lots of parties – it’s a tough job…
To get in the mood, here’s a little look at some of our favourite Cannes posters from over the years, starting with our absolute favourite by Michel Landi from 1981. Stylist have a nice gallery of more over here.
If you’d like to arrange a meeting in Cannes please get in touch.
Our Zen poster for Don’t Panic can now be purchased unfolded from their shop. A2, Litho print on uncoated stock. Bargain at £10.
We’ve designed this A2 poster on the theme of Zen for the good people over at Don’t Panic. The poster will be included free in their new flyer pack released in the UK tomorrow – available for pick up at all the usual joints if you fancy one!
We’ve created this illustration for Ray Ban as part of their Rare Prints project to launch a brand new colourway of the iconic Wayfarer. Both posters and sunglasses should be appearing in Ray Ban shops worldwide any day now. Ray Ban have also produced this rather nice promo film to bring the image to life.