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
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Making authentic-looking prop passports is one of our specialities. We have created U.K., foreign, fictional, period and contemporary passports which have appeared in many different productions. A range of our official documents are now viewable on our new website, in addition, to prop passports you can also view our driving licenses, security passes, tickets, utility bills
cme Graphics have recently launched a new website, featuring a broader range of work from our library of graphic prop designs, including a new category displaying our visual and storyboard artwork. Production companies and agencies commission us to create visuals and storyboards for a range of productions including Post-it, Absolut Vodka and Oreo adverts. A highlight
One of the requests was to create illustration artwork for the hero beef cut chalkboard style poster. Every detail was thought-through including using the correct cow outline, highlighting certain cuts of meat with tonal variation while creating an authentic chalkboard effect. We have been very luck to supply graphics for previous McDonald’s campaigns including
This summer we have been commissioned to design graphics for costume, although we can’t reveal all the ins and outs at the moment, but they include costumes for a music video, army uniform camouflage and T-shirts for a Netflix series. In the meantime we can reflect on some of our past work for costume designers, the
'Year of the Rabbit' is a spoof, police comedy-drama for Channel 4 set in Victorian London and stars BAFTA winner Matt Berry as the unlikely East End detective. The Victorian-themed sets required period graphics to set the scene, Acme Graphics were on hand throughout production and filming, we created many period items from matchboxes to signage. The