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  • New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

    story at: http://stefsketches.blogspot.com/200...tatouille.html

    Ratatouille.


    Last year, I was ask to come down with some posters ideas for the next Pixar film, Ratatouille. Such a great and exciting project to work on.

    The brief was to do a very 1920's French style illustration, I thought about A.M Cassandre straight away, beautiful simple designs.

    The top one was the favorite, and I then did the 2 other ones. I did the last one in black and white first, but they wanted a color version to fit with the style of the movie better.

    I had very little information about how Remy will look like at the time, which I guess was good in a way to help me keeping the design simple.

    They're going to be used for consumer products purposes.

    Bon Apetit!





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    Growing up is however, optional

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    Very nice .... Indeed!

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    • #3
      Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

      Very nice... I just hope people know it's called Ratatouille and not Gusteau's if the last version is used.
      -Tim

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      • #4
        Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

        I love the second one. Very original for movie posters.

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        • #5
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          I like the first poster, but not the font.

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          • #6
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            That mouse/rat is so freakin' cute!

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            • #7
              Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

              Those are really creative - I like how they don't look like typical movie posters!

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              • #8
                Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

                Those are nice. I love that they used a specific art style.
                "All our dreams can come true.....if we have the courage to pursue them."
                - Walt Disney

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                • #9
                  Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

                  It's nice, but the posters can't really tell you that this is a 3D animated feature film.

                  I know we should assume that all animated films are now 3D, but it will still be nice have a 3D-like picture on the poster. And for some reasons these posters look like they are made in the 1950s. Maybe that's exactly what Disney is trying to make it look like, but it just doesn't get my attention as much as the posters for Nemo, Cars, or Incredibles do which all share similar styles.
                  Last edited by philip; 03-10-2007, 08:54 PM.
                  I am the picture guy---A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.

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                    Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

                    Originally posted by philip View Post
                    It's nice, but the posters can't really tell you that this is a 3D animated feature film.

                    I know we should assume that all animated films are now 3D, but it will still be nice have a 3D-like picture on the poster. And for some reasons these posters look like they are made in the 1950s. Maybe that's exactly what Disney is trying to make it look like, but it just doesn't get my attention as much as the posters for Nemo, Cars, or Incredibles do which all share similar styles.
                    Oh honestly, would you read the first post. It's called 'art'. Pixar hired an outside illustrator who was able to work in a French 1920s style, bless them for the effort. Just Google 'Cassandre' and you'll see. And they're not the poster-posters obviously, just teasers or promotional material.

                    You just can't please some people.

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                      Re: New Ratatouille posters unveiled.

                      Originally posted by pussnboots View Post
                      You just can't please some people.And they're not the poster-posters obviously, just teasers or promotional material.
                      That is so true. And I am glad you said this is not the poster-posters, that makes me feel so much better now.
                      I am the picture guy---A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words.

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