Newly hatched. Hot of the press. This just in. New and improved. Some of our favorite projects from the past year. Woo-hoo!
It was our second year to design the creative campaign for the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. Inspired by the large amount of films from around the world that are presented during the festival, for 2019 we developed a vintage travel poster theme.
We redrew classic travel poster backgrounds dating as far back as the 1900s, then illustrated new film related "characters" to occupy the landscape.
It was both exciting and an honor to design the creative campaign for the 2018 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. Our biggest challenge was to communicate a large amount of information about the depth and diversity of the festival in an exciting format that would appeal to the existing AJFF audience as well as new audiences.
Inspired by vintage concert posters, especially those produced by the Globe Poster Company between the 1950s and 1980s, our solution allowed us to create complex, colorful, dynamic art that playfully demands attention and draws the viewer in. The nostalgic style also capitalizes on current design trends popular with 20-30 year olds, as well as connecting with the 30+ markets familiar with the original look.
Becoming part of the visual fabric of a community is always something desired by artists and designers. But to have it be attached to such an amazing event gives it special meaning. Using the power of film to not only entertain, but to educate, create bridges, and open dialog across cultures makes the world a better place for everyone. Persuasion Bureau is proud to be part of this worthwhile vision of hope.
We've all tried to turn ourselves into a pickle to get out of family counseling, right? OK, maybe just Rick and me. But the next best thing to being a pickle is having a hand-made, life-sized (pickle-sized, actually), Pickle Rick action figure to take on all your inter-dimensional adventures.
To make this possible, we put together an animated website for your chance at the big (once again, pickle-sized, actually) prize. We love you too.
What happens when the zombie hordes and our favorite characters of The Walking Dead become gummy, 8-inch stop-motion animated puppets? If Robot Chicken is at the wheel, it's bound to be something interesting.
We took the creative direction developed by [adult swim] for the The Robot Chicken Walking Dead Special: Look Who’s Walking marketing campaign as a jumping off point. Then we visually expand upon it making use of the it's inside jokes and buckets of rubbery, stop-motion animated, fake-blood for the final design.
Pogo Pictures came to us with the challenge of creating a t-shirt to give to their clients that juxtaposed vintage style with modern sensibilities. A combination of hand-letteing and victorian design elements did the trick!
Bugs Bunny? Scooby Doo? The ACME Anvil? With Boomerang's bracket where you could vote for your favorite Boomerang classic cartoon character online to advance them in the bracket. We helped design the over-the-top, "sportsy" design that has become the trope of all sporting event logos. Just mix 2-parts chrome, to 1-part lens flare. Stir in a generous portion of electric blue for the background. Then top it off with a high-tech italic font. Viola, you have a cool sports graphic. Enjoy!