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Quick nightclub side-room piece I was commissioned to do.
The original design is to be kept each week, with only the DJ’s and artwork colours varying.
Small series of potential business cards created within illustrator, I researched my assigned business/job description (foley artist). Then went through all imagery and physical tools associated with the position. A foley artist is somebody who creates sound effects for film/radio/televison. Not neccessarily recording the actually sound (As that can sometimes prove difficult), but rather by recreating that sound.
I chose to use coconuts for the foley artist card, an obvious theme associate with foley artists. Who often use them to recreate the sound of a galloping horse.
As the three cards had to be associated, the two remaining positons were filled by a sound supervior (In simple terms, tells the foley artist what needs recording), as well as a sound designer (Very broad term for an audio producer who works on film/televison sets). All of whom represent a team for hire called “FilmCrew”.
I thought “Film Crew dot come dot au” had a good ring to it.
Latest club flyer I’ve created for the Dj duo I’m apart of.
Attempting to follow on with our mexican themed nights, I’ve included a palm tree and stuck with our traditional “Mesquite Std” font to give it a a south american theme.
Wanting the layout to be simple and easy to read I’ve kept everything horizontal, steering away from the sloping effect I used with the font in our last flyer.
I think I slightly overused the “overlay” effect on the font, but It works well with the galaxy background I’ve been using so much. Just following the brief the promoters gave me!
Using the overlay filter, I drew up the -zoom- lines under “Tues july 6 @ room680” in orange. By contrasting with the galaxy background It ended up turning out pretty well.
Photo of one of my good chums Jordy, down at Aireys Inlet BBQ spot just before a fairly sizeable goon night with some mates. Though it was a fairly cool photo to begin with - I just duplicated the Image, made one greyscale, blurred the other with a large brush and darked a feathered cirlce around the image.
Fisheye lenses used on DLSR’s at clubs is sort of what influenced me with this one, I was also experimenting with potential watermarks for the first “bolingo gringo” party I was hosting at Seven Nightclub. Ended up with something more simple, Got a bit sick of speech bubbles.
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