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  We regularly generate new designs which are intended to look convincing, but without infringing any existing brand copyrights. We add them to our library of film and television prop options, which can be ordered 'off the shelf' - making life easy.   Prop beer bottles and beer cans are a regular request we receive from

Acme have created a set of ‘off the shelf’ 1940s graphics and WWII set dressing items including propaganda posters, wartime products and ration props. They have been designed by us, or from designs which are now in the public domain which means they should be copyright free. We also have a library of period

The item was also brought out into the daylight at a promotional, publicity stunt in the city of London, as covered in a video on the joe.co.uk website. When supplying prop money, in this case USD or any other foreign currency, we always apply the stringent rules and restrictions specified by the Bank of England.  You

Acme provided a lot of graphic props and set dressing elements, including many digital portrait painting and sketches of most of the leading characters, which were printed on canvas and framed. As the story is set 350 years into the future, every element small and large on the sets had to be bespoke designed and

When supplying prop money, whether GBP, USD or any other foreign currency, we always apply the rules and restrictions as specified by the Bank of England, you can view their prop banknote requirements here. You can review images of the prop money we have provided in the past - on our website, however if you

  One task was to recreate lots of snacks to fill an entire vending machine, filled with the 2006 packaging designs which are all slightly different from the present day versions.   Although a short sequence which would have been missed by many viewers, those with an eye for details would have picked up on the

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

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

'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

We were asked to create Hero Props for the Emmy-nominated anthology series Urban Myths for Sky Arts. Last season we worked on the ‘Sex Pistols versus Bill Grundy’ episode, based on the infamous 1976 Bill Grundy interview on the Today Programme, this time we designed and made props for the ‘Paul McCartney - Scrambled Eggs’ episode