The Crow is funny, direct and uncluttered. Its bomb looks homemade but not too threatening. The timer (blog) was particularly tricky as it had to look mechanical and basic, but also real as in thats what the viewer expects a bomb timer to be. The icons give the viewer insight into what the title is...
By creating a style that acted as a series of windows into the world of the Comorrah, we were able to meet the clients specific brief of showcasing the scale of the film as well as many aspects of the Naples Mafia at a glance.
Quite simply we wanted to show the cast overpowered by the mysterious, threatening figure of Paddy Considine, with the axe becoming their executioner. Influenced by 60’s horror posters, the moment Shane was shown the poster is featured on the DVD. Fortunately it went down very well.
Preliminary poster for the coming re-make of the famous film.
We wanted a simple striking image that hinted at the violence and the Mod culture of the film.
We organised and directed the shoot featuring Sam Riley. Our photographer was Adrian Myers.
A thrilling trilogy of films based on David Peace’s cult noir novels about Yorkshire during the 1970s and 80s. Welcome to a world of paranoia, corruption - and the terrifying legacy of the Ripper murders…
International Poster and Promotional Brochure
Our brief was to sell this 40 year old french new wave masterpiece to a new generation and the existing one. We were heavily influenced by the work of Blue Note records graphic designer Reid Miles who’s style shaped the face of jazz.
We wanted to show that the film was more than just a coming of age prison cell drama. Malik strides confidentally breaking outside of his cell window…is it a vision of what he once was? who he is? The image is gritty, simple and timeless.