We are lucky to have worked on countless horror projects in almost every field. Our principle when working on each project is that it is treated like a unique, distinct and successful one with the potential to be any number of incredible spin offs. A great film has the potential to be a great game, a great novel can be a great graphic novel and a well designed t-shirt can inspire a whole franchise. Every project has the potential to be more when the creative team working on it believes in it. Here are some of our favourite projects that have remained in our hearts.
Among a sea of online advertisements and highstreet distractions a poster has to be eye-catching and communicate its message. But an incredible poster is one that people will want to put on their wall or remenisc about for years.
We always judge a book by its cover. A book cover is very likely the reason why it is noticed on the shelf, and then sold on the quality of the writer based on the efforts of the publisher.
Comics are one of the greatest art forms that ever existed and the most inventive methods to telling a story. Comics combine the best parts of literature and cinema to make an incredible product and deserves striking artwork to combine them.
Any project requires a budget, even if it's just to keep the creative team fed and their bills paid. Wether you want to raise hundreds, thousands or millions it is essential to show planning, confidence and dedication to the project.
It sometimes isn't enough for your product to exist for it to be seen. Marketing a project can be social media posts, promotional art or merchandise but all come together under the strong brand of a campaign.
There's no better honour than to have someone proudly wearing your brand or displaying your product in their home. Merchandise can be the main objective or to elevate a
Crowd funding is a full time job and getting to your target goal is rarely a breeze. Planning ahead, creating great, high quality content and relevant incentives is key to convincing an audience to support an idea.
Thought and design goes into every aspect of a character and none more so than the antagonist. As trends emerge, have you anticipated your monster being the next Funko pop, mobile game or halloween costume?