Iconographic film posters 2014 - Binalogue - Art Direction & Design Awwwards

Biennale di Venezia - Iconographic Posters 2014

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During 2013 La Biennale di Venezia awarded the three most outstanding projects of the Biennale College Cinema workshop with a complete feature film production. Alongside Gucci they also sponsored the creation of a full set of marketing and promotional resources for their 2014 release.

The Film Agency managed the marketing strategy, and invited us to look after the creation of a set of supporting posters for the three films – Short Skin, Blood Cells and H – from concept development through to direction and execution.

This series is meant to work as supporting marketing material and was conceived as a set of iconographic posters that present key signifiers of each one of the films. All of them related by their treatment, layout and the fact that they’re all animals.

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Concept, Art direction, Design & Illustration

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Iconographic film posters 2014 - Binalogue - Art Direction & Design Awwwards

Short Skin - The octopus

Iconographic poster

In Time magazine’s Richard Corliss words: ‘Funny and tender about male adolescence at its most — ouch! — vulnerable, Short Skin was not just the class of this year’s Biennale College; it was one of the smartest, most enjoyable films at Venice 71’.

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Blood Cells - The bull

Iconographic poster

A decade after a catastrophe destroyed his family and their farm, an eruption from the past compels an exiled young man to embark upon an odyssey through the broken and beautiful margins of contemporary Britain.

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Iconographic film posters 2014 - Binalogue - Art Direction & Design Awwwards

H - The horseman

Iconographic poster

H is a tale of two women, both named Helen, whose lives and relationships begin to unravel in the wake of a meteor explosion over their town of Troy, NY. It is a modern and lyrical re-imagination of a classic Greek tragedy.

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