Set in the 1950s and 1960s the graphic props required an authentic period look and feel, we printed and bound multiple versions of the Duchess’s personal red leather diary. As the diary was written on in action, they needed to be practical and complete in terms of every day of the year being
The bookbinding techniques we use create robust and sturdy books that are safe to use as action props, they will be fully functional and will stand up to repeated takes.
Costume designer asked for a new camouflage for 200 military uniforms which needed to be believable as contemporary camouflage family of designs, but also look slightly futuristic for urban uniform at the same time.
The art department required a lot of dressing items and incidental paperwork which had to be designed with the correct period detail including calligraphy, illustration and paper finishes. Not only did we print authentic lettering onto handmade paper and parchment, we hand stitched the pamphlets and booklets. One interesting item we created was the Romanov dynasty family