Acme Graphics have a wide range of Posters for any set dressing requirements, sometimes we are asked to design the more unusual ones like for League of Gentlemen.
Acme Graphics create artwork and printing of old and new Newspapers. We print full newspapers using our library stock pages as fillers or we can work with clients who get permission from real Newspaper companies to made authentic newspapers for TV & Film. Channel 4 drama used real newspapers that we printed on “Kiri” a drama with Sarah Lancashire about an abducted child. The headlines blame the Father and are seen featuring in the drama throughout as the drama unfolds.
Acme Graphics have added current US Passport to our Prop Passport Collection – either blank insides or Acme created generic graphics that “look like” a REAL US passport but do not need any clearance or permission as they are generic and meet legal guidelines of TV & Film Prop usage. All Acme Prop Passports have Gold leaf cover for authenticity.
As well as graphic prop newspapers Acme Graphics can recreate vintage, period Newspaper clippings. In the latest New York Bakery commercial, Acme created a selection of American Vintage newspaper clippings on aged paper to decorate the history of the Bagel Shop in New York. These were framed and dressed on the walls of the bakery.
We can create newspapers from any country, from any period – we have been asked to do Norwegian and American recently.
James Corden is well known as the face of Confused.com commercials in the classic Mercedes with the memorable Confusd Licence plates. Acme Graphics made these graphic prop licence plates. We used car filler on foamex, sanded and car sprayed the prop then added vinyl lettering to create a plate with profiled letters.
Acme graphics were commissioned to create the Graphic Prop makes involved in THE HORRORS latest video, in which the band give their bodily juices to the Music Industry in name of Music.
Prop Makes of the packaging for the gruesome products the band’s bodily juices are turned into for the song “Something to Remember me by”.