Here’s the poster for the 2016 season — with a nod to Rosemary’s Baby.
Once in awhile, I still like to churn out a poster here and there to keep my print chops in shape. Theater posters are my favorite and for the last few years, I have been doing the season poster for the Berkshire Playwrights Lab. They’re all based around a 1930s Remington typewriter. Here’s the latest.
The Burden is a documentary feature by Roger Sorkin about the U.S. military’s fight for clean energy. We created the titles and animated sequences for this live action film. The movie premiered at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C. at the U.S. Navy Memorial Theater on March 27, 2015 where it was received to great acclaim by members of the government, the press and the military. Kudos to Roger for a great and very important film.
I’ll just betcha this hasn’t been done before for a hospital fundraiser. Got a great response. It’s a whole new world.
That Pesky Toaster! and The Devil Ate My Blintzes
These two colossal tomes of earthshaking import are now available on Kindle. Check them out! (here)
I’ve had this belly button idea for years – where you tickle a picture of a baby and it giggles out loud. First it was going to be a book with a sound chip. Too complicated. Then apps appeared and voilà! It’s a perfect format. So after umpteen months of wrestling with animation and app code, we’ve just launched our new app: The Button Book.
The app features 10 animated photos of different babies, with 30 different laugh-overs. Tap or tickle the babies’ belly buttons and they come alive, erupting into delicious laughter. It’s a devastatingly effective way to turn your grouchy toddler into the happy dreamchild you always knew they could be.
“How Weird Is It?” is a freaky book all about strangeness.
48 pages of bizarro phenomena that will blow the top of your head off. Wear a helmet.
Get the eBook version here.
Get the print version here.