I recently came across a fascinating article on Creative Bloq describing the work of a graphic designer on a movie set. Every design has to be just right, even the smallest of details cannot be missed. It’s amazing to think such tiny parts can make such a huge difference in a movie and a designer has the huge responsibility to get these just right.
In this article, Annie Atkins describes her work on Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel. I had never really thought much in depth about designing props for films and TV, but “8 things you didn’t know about design for film” has opened my eyes to new possibilities.
Annie Atkins’ work can also be viewed at www.annieatkins.com.