film poster for the feature film, the strange ones.
the film's producer michael prall got in touch with us in need of a poster for the film's world premiere at SXSW film festival. talking to directors lauren wolkstein and christopher radcliff it was immediately clear we were going to make something good together. their references were amongst some of our favourite posters and this in turn pushed us to present some of our best ideas. the result is a poster that keeps on giving, particularly once you've seen the film.
film poster for the feature film, the nearest human being.
director marco coppola saw the poster work we did on 'fry day' and 'little boxes' and got in touch. his forthcoming feature film, the nearest human being, is a lovelorn affair that we found particularly relatable. after some discussion we sent over a series of ideas and marco picked one out. the result is something we felt touched on the complex array of emotional conflicts depicted and discussed in the film.
one of the film's producers, mike macmillan, got in touch and told us we were in consideration to produce a poster for this new film that had just been selected for the cannes film festival. as it turned out we'd already met director vladimir de fontenay in new york. his film was, needless to say, right up our alley in terms of aesthetics and narrative. it wasn't long before we were throwing ideas back and forth between new york and paris and fleshing out a series of radically different poster ideas. the end result is one everyone felt touched on the themes of the film both emotionally and conceptually, whilst also satisfying the sales and distribution market requirements.