Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Project Review: Six Feet Under PART I

The Scaffold Idea finished and we convinced the client to use a real one over the 3D image.

Just picking up a few things at the store....

An Iconic Sheet pulled over the "Logo"

A wall of Morgue Drawers

A translucent glass wall with a "death room" behind it.

"Honey, where's my bone saw?" "Look in the dishwasher Sweety!"

Coffins, Double reflections, and Six Feet Under, Literally!

Autopsy Table by Mesa Tables!

Did you receive your complimentary ashtray for your visit today?

Project Review
Six Feet Under
3D Illustration for Key Art


Client: HBO via BLT and Associates and The Cimarron Group.
Art Director(s): Chad Robertson, Calvin Sumler, Joseph Stamper, Zach Ris, Darren Clary.
Project Date(s); Summer 2003 Spring 2004

I worked on Six Feet under advertising for the last two seasons before it went off the air. It spanned even a job switch as I did some work at BLT and associates first, then when I moved to The Cimarron Group the project jumped over to us , so I continued work.

What an interesting subject matter! Iconic images of death and Morgue's was a great break from 3D Logos. The campaign at Cimarron put the Morgue into a regular setting, so we would see Michael C. Hall walking through the supermarket picking up body bags and washing the bone saw in the family dishwasher. FUN!

Cheers, THOM

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