A Wes Anderson Film Festival

21 June 2018 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
A Wes Anderson Film Festival

The task was to make a poster series for three films and interpret what it means to design experimental posters. The parameters included directors Wes Anderson, Guillermo del Toro, and Christopher Nolan. My interpretation was an invitation to A Wes Anderson Film Festival using the given movies, The Royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom, and Fantastic Mr. Fox. This was executed with puzzle-piece style posters that must be collected to display one large universe. Conceptually, this was meant to speak to the little universes Anderson creates. I packed these posters into their own unique envelopes featuring postage stamps, ink stamps, and my typeface, Ivanhoe Sans. Ivanhoe was inspired by the Camp Ivanhoe sign featured in Moonrise Kingdom. — Art Direction from Caleb Heisey, Tyler School of Art, Spring 2018.
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Anisa Chugthai

I'm a print designer in Tokyo, Japan

Student at Temple University's Japan Campus
Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia Pennsylvania

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