December 11, 2014 Off

Looking forward to our Die Hard Christmas Doo Tomorrow

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Die Hard (NES, 1992)


November 15, 2014 Off

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this isn't happiness™ Peteski 


September 8, 2014 Off

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Art Meets Mathematics
August 18, 2014 Off

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July 7, 2014 Off

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So THAT'S How it Works...
July 7, 2014 Off

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Oddly satisfying...


May 5, 2014 Off

and… Action

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Mexican drama television at its best


April 29, 2014 Off

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The Position of a Particle in an ocean wave
April 13, 2014 Off

New Day

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We felt our aperture icon had become tired and very commonplace amongst anyone working in film, photography and moving image over the last few years.  As our logo is 10 years old this year, it was about time to update and refresh our identity.

Our criteria for the new logo was primarily to represent our perspective on film making  - our viewfinder, from which we see the brief and translate it to the screen. Further to this would be to convey our preference for working in a natural light and to capture things in a natural and organic way. This is how the stark and simple “big D” was born.

The letterhead and comp slips are printed on Colorplan Real Grey paper. The cards have been foil stamped by It was printed by in Matte Silver and Gold Shimless Rainbow to face and Gloss Silver to reverse, on Colorplan Duplex Real Grey / White Frost 270gsm.

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March 17, 2014 Off

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