Category Archives: Motion Pictures
Visualizing the layering of identity: Iron Man I was moving through, collecting and organizing some earlier Girvin studies for Paramount Studios, and hanging out in the theatre, looking at titling treatments, graphic identities for films and one sheet theatrical campaigns,. … Continue reading
Star Trek Two Working in the motion picture business, as a designer for theatrical advertising, the potential of working comes from making introductions, reaching out: connecting. It’s always a journey, the explorations, the examinations, the labyrinths of time, talent and … Continue reading
Design studies for the LOTR and Peter Jackson The process of film identity and brand development is intensely competitive, there are a series of talents, team and agencies whose sole enterprises are focused 100% of the time on theatrical advertising … Continue reading
Theatrical design, costumery and captivation Who’s the man? There’s always been a supreme masculinity in the legacy of the mythic, Ian Fleming archetypal character and the theatrical playing power of James Bond – perhaps never better evidenced that in the … Continue reading
Visualizing and organizing the perception of information Cinematic interface design as a reference to example Image above: © Cruise/Wagner + Amblin Entertainment It might be said that the rise of infographics — visualizing, simplifying and organizing content into varying graphical … Continue reading
The Genius of Invention, the Infection of Enthusiasm Weeks later, I’ve been thinking.
The heart and soul of Crows, People, Cityscape and Poetry: Tokyo Waka | A film KRISTINE SAMUELSON + JOHN HAPTAS image from Waka The Kaw-Call of the Crow | Tokyo. Who couldn’t forget this call?
Meeting M I L L A Market Restaurant | Paris THE STREAM FLOWS — BUT WHICH WAY, THE CURRENT? I was thinking about the idea of current flow — watching leaves in a river, idling — breeze and river flow … Continue reading
Logos, fonts, custom alphabets and design strategies: from one sheet to main titles WORKING AS A DESIGNER IN THE THEATRICAL BRANDING Design / Strategy market, the “instinctually” founded process is pebbled with uncertainty and the foibles of a largely intuitive … Continue reading