Continuing on the dark theme of his company’s site and branding, Joesph Bishara wanted stationary cards for his Void Recordings Record Label that have the same low contrast, black scratched up feel while still being able to write on and discern the note on one side with a black Sharpie. The printer thought we were crazy, but they turned out gorgeous.
We designed this printed invitation for Children’s Community School for their annual Grandfriend’s Day Event. We utilized their branding and a gorgeous candid shot from a previous year’s event to highlight the soul of what this event is about.
We designed a second film poster for Sanjay Nagar, the filmmaker behind Beechwood Films. This one for his short, The Visitors.
Shem recently was commissioned to design this movie poster for Beechwood Film‘s Sanjay Nagar for his new film Apprentice. Thanks to Suthi Picotte for her fantastic camera work, facilitating him with a great photo to start with. He built up layers of grit and grain to create an image that is both haunting and intriguing.
One of our clients, Children’s Community School asked again this year, for to create an invite card for their annual Progressive Education discussion/luncheon (last year’s invite). We utilized their identity colors and imagery that communicates the teacher’s influence in understand the world and the politics that that creates.
We recently designed this 11×17 poster for Children’s Community School as part of an advertising campaign encouraging enrollment for the 2012-2013 school year. The poster is meant to be hung in select progressive pre-schools around the Los Angeles area.
We designed this series of large vinyl outdoor banners for Children’s Community School to announce their 30th anniversary to both their own student families and to the neighborhood. The largest banner measured 20 feet x 6 feet, while the smallest measured 2.5 feet x 7.5 feet.
As part of our ongoing design work for Children’s Community School, we designed this quarter page ad to be run in various parenting magazines locally here in Los Angeles.
Even though, the picture doesn’t do it justice, the whole experience of walking through a major print shop to check the pages coming off the press is a true adventure. From the smell to the loud sounds coming from the presses it is truly a singular encounter. This particular check was for an updated brochure for Children’s Community School that we worked on with the wonderful print broker, Debbie of Nugent Custom Printing.
Every event needs a poster for promotion. We created this to be printed at 12×18 to be hung in the theater in advance of our event next month. It has been described as a nightmarish carnival poster. Mission accomplished!
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