Final postcard designs
These will be sent out by people who have visited the island and joined the cult. This would be my form of Guerilla marketing. I’ve made this tribe to be quite sinister, so these postcards wouldn’t be sent willingly, original members of the The Prince Philip Movement would force the new comers to send postcards back home to tell their family what a great time they’re having and the wonders of Prince Philip. This is why I have tried to keep the design quite friendly and happy, so that it doesn’t spark any negative or unhappy emotions to whomever may receive one. Again I have kept the same colours as my poster designs and logos.
Almost there with the postcards. Sketches done, now on to the next step.
COOKING AT 120
Been making a little book for my cult. This book will be in the possession of the cult leader, it will outline all the main rules of the tribe. I’ve popped it in the oven to dry it up and make it a bit crispy. Once it’s done, I’ll then scribe in the rules with some paint and a twig, assuming it doesn’t set on fire. The effect I was going for is as if it has been passed through many tribesmen’s hands over a period of hundreds of years.
Here are two posters I’ve created that will be used on the island, exclusively for members of The Prince Philip Movement. This is advertising a dance which is held on the Birthday of Prince Philip. Up until now I haven’t used a single picture of Prince Philip as I didn’t this to be the main focus point for my advertising campaign. As I’ve mentioned plenty of times, it is being advertised as a holiday resort, so if people saw Prince Philip they would find it quite strange. But once people are on the island then there can be as much advertising of the tribe I want. I’m quite happy with these two posters, and as the whole project is a rebrand, and rebrand’s usually stick to a colour selection, I have kept my designs to specific colours. These colours have been used throughout the whole of this project. The large blue ‘P’ that is on this poster is the logo for the movement/cult itself. It’s a large ‘P’ with another ‘P’ inside it. This logo is quite simple and minimalistic as most cult logos are, keeping it quite secretive. It is a scan from a paint print that I made, I felt this made it look more tribal rather than a straight cut vector.
Been prowling around Behance again and saw these. I was thinking I could do something like this as a poster or flyer for my project, but maybe use a hand drawn image of Prince Philip in the same style as these with some made up quotes from the people who live in the village, Yaohnanen. The only thing is I’m not sure if this would fit in with my advertising plan/theme.
Today I have been looking at some vintage greetings cards. I want to advertise the island of Tanna like this, but instead of using ‘Greeting from..’, I would write ‘Wish you were here’, with images of Tanna. I really like these designs and I think it would work well for my cult as they aren’t really with modern times. You do really get many people sending postcards wither these days, especially not greetings or wish you were here cards, so I think it would be nice to bring these back.
Here’s all the ideas I had for The Prince Philip Movement
So as you’re probably already aware, my chosen cult is The Prince Philip Movement. In short, this cult believe Prince Philip is some sort of God and they actually pray to him and think one day he will return to the…
Love these little typography designs by Manas Pratim. Thinking of doing something like this as a personal project.