One of the requests being the hero, beef cut chalkboard artwork. 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. This is by no means our first McDonald’s advert; we have created graphics for countless campaigns including hero props
One of our most popular requests this summer has been for costume design, although we can’t reveal all the ins and outs we can tell you that they include costumes for a music group, uniforms for a sci-fi movie and t-shirts for a Netflix series. In the meantime, we thought we would reflect on some of
We have been eagerly anticipating channel 4’s latest comedy Year of the Rabbit. This spoof police drama is set in Victorian times and stars Bafta winner Matt Berry as the unlikely East End detective. The Victorian-themed set required period graphics to set the scene and Acme graphics was on hand throughout production and filming, we created
It looks like we will be seeing a lot of Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the 2018 FIFA World Cup approaches, not on the pitch but as the global face of Visa’s marketing campaign for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. This week we saw the first glimpse of Visa’s global advertising campaign with a cheeky ad starring the Swedish
Robbie Williams and Ayda Field play a prank on the public with Ant and Dec on Saturday Night Takeaway. Robbie has a new pub and Acme was asked to create Pub Signs and Beer Pump Tags to make the prank more authentic until Robbie see's the jokes are on him.
Nick Foley-Oates asked us to create a period Sci-Fi novel cover for the new KFC commercial. We had to illustrate the cover in a convincing 1950 style, to look convincingly old and worn in close up. The agency were very specific about the look of the book cover, and handily provided lots of reference material that helped nail
Things are calming down after a hectic week in the world of TV graphic props. We have been working on a new sitcom called 'The Detectorists' for Channel X for the BBC. Starring Mackenzie Crook, Toby Jones, Rachael Stirling, Aimee-Ffion Edwards and Lucy Benjamin the comedy revolves around a bunch of wannabe archaeologist, spending their time in