Ed was great in offering different ideas and slight variations on the main design. Clean designs and quick turnarounds.
- Barry Privett
Great design, thank you for making our ideas a reality
- kostis Pavlou
Kostis was a real pleasure to work with. Fast, friendly, and, of course, really talented. He helped bring my book to life and was patient with the changes. I hope to work with him on a future project. Highly recommended!
How Madcap Productions started their other book or magazine journey
Who are you known as?
Madcap Productions (Puppy Culture)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We produce films about dogs and puppies that appeal to hip and forward-thinking dog breeders and dog owners
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Cover for a series of dvds which are taped live broadcasts of training puppies entitled, "Puppy Culture Unplugged" The audience is affluent and educated - graphics should be hip and appealing to an NPR/Starbucks type crowd
We are the producers of "Puppy Culture: The Powerful First 12 Weeks That Can Shape Your Puppy's Future" Puppy Culture is a meticulously edited film about puppy rearing with a documentary feel - we call it a "teachumentary."
The series of DVDs for which we would like a cover designed are adjuncts to this film - the film is a highly edited and artsy film, but the live broadcasts are unedited, nuts and bolts training with live puppies. Thus the name, "Puppy Culture Unplugged"
Please visit our website at http://www.puppyculture.com and look at the designs for the original DVD - we definitely want the "Unplugged" cover to be distinct from the Puppy Culture DVD - we want to convey the idea of a less formal, edited product. The cover should include the following elements: 1. The Puppy Culture heart logo 2. the word "Unplugged" as a graphic with a plug at the end, and 3. a place to insert a photograph in the front. The same cover will be used for a series of DVDs so there has to be an area to drop in an image on the front.
We are attaching a concept that we came up with - we are not really fond of this (hence why we are putting the constest out) but it does give you an idea of what has to be on the cover. Looking for hip graphics that will appeal to an NPR/Starbucks type crowd.