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Presented by Stella Artois and the Perfectionists at Wimbledon, Rufus the Hawk takes us through a day in the life of the fiercest member of the tennis tournament’s security team. For years, Wimbledon had been plagued by pesky pigeons. That was, until, Rufus made his home in the stadium. A mutual desire for un-paralleled perfection and beauty brings Stella Artois together with four of the world’s greatest events: Festival de Cannes, Wimbledon, Open Championship, and Abierto Argentino de Polo.
Production Company: Indy8 Director: James W Griffiths Producer: Charlie Stanfield Executive Producer: Rupert Reynolds-MacLean
Agency: Mother, London Creative Directors: Ana Balarin & Hermeti Balarin Creatives: Mariano Cassisi, David Colman, Nick Hallbery & Kato Agency Producer: James Turnham
Audio Post Facility: Factory Sound Engineer: Jon Clarke
Post Production: Finish Grading: Paul Harrison Flame: Steve Murgatroyd
BEFORE GETTING TO the alleged mob hit or the mystery of the missing referee, there should be an explanation about how this quest began. An assigned profile of Luis Suarez led to a stack of things to read about his past. via Pocket
Designed in a modernist Swiss style but with a contemporary geometrical twist, F37 Ginger is based on letterforms of German typographer Paul Renner, Swiss typographer Jan Tschichold and American typographer Herb Lubalin. F37 Ginger contains alternatives and covers an extensive range of Latin-based languages, including Western and Eastern European.
The American Center brochures are designed to unfold in a specific sequence, revealing information and images as the reader opens the brochure. Each new unfold presents a new compositional space to which information is applied in an appropriate manner.
These brochures were used by Massimo Vignelli as a teaching tool during our Master Designer Workshop in the past. Students working with Massimo have applied this design to calendars, maps, schedules and poster-sized imagery included in the same printed piece.
Creating a piece like this takes some careful planning. Each one was sketched by Massimo before creating the final layout. We hope by animating the folding and unfolding, this design puzzle is easier to solve.
Sketches of American Center in Paris brochures by Massimo Vignelli pencil and crayon on paper 3” x 4 1/4” [folded] Box V16, Massimo and Lella Vignelli papers Vignelli Center for Design Studies Rochester, New York