As you’re probably aware, many of our property developer clients also like us to provide them with the necessary graphic work to support the CGIs. The aim of this project was to replace the existing folder that carries the development details with a new and fresh design.
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We’ve done a fair few brochures for developers, who come to us for our mix of graphic design and 3D visualisation skills. This client wanted something a bit different from the usual CGI offering of ‘building by day’ or ‘building by night’.
Playing on the fact that the major selling point for this development is its proximity to the transportation network, we chose to show this network in a striking way.
First came the aerial photography of the site. Then, as most of it was still dirt and the roundabout was unfinished, we had to rebuild the landscape on computer. We then used satellite photographs of the area to trace over and reproduce the road network in our 3D software which we then used to throw thousands of little tiny lights down the various roads (yes, we do have god-like power when it comes to our little 3D world). We then turned the day shot into night (there we go again), and montaged the light streaks into the shot. A bit of graphic design to hold it all in place and there we have a very untypical brochure that will stand out on the shelves.
As you’re probably aware, we’re not limited to 3D imagery. Whilst that’s our speciality, we’re also adept in the scary world of print…for those who care, we know how to translate RGB to CMYK…yes, I know, it’s a dirty job, but we wear special gloves when we’re doing it…
This is a piece of sales literature for a regular client – albino produced the whole project from onsite photography to design through to print. We’re often asked to produce the CGI along the way but this building speaks for itself…a simply beautiful piece of history in the heart of Nottingham.
albino igil were asked to design the brochure for AK Fitted Interiors, after successfully developing the branding for an associate company. The brochure is to be used throughout their four stores and further enforces their corporate image.
Photography was sourced direct from manufacturers and also provided by albino to suppplement.
A new Dutch to English translation provider needed an identity and website.
albino igil produced the brand ‘dutch2’ to work on several levels. Along with the obvious double Dutch reference, it also suggests Dutch to (English) and Dutch too (as well as), as Dutch is only the primary translated language and other languages may eventually be offered.
All of the photography was undertaken by albino igil on location in Rotterdam.
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