Slightly bolder lines, and a slightly more dog-like look, including the tongue.
After a lot of on-and-off work, I’ve finally printed, cut and folded my first set of Balaji Imperial cigarettes replicas:
Here’s a sample of the files associated with this project:
I made multiple versions of the box art, and two versions of a hypothetical tax stamp as well. The package art shown in the big photo above is as close to screen-accurate as I can get, given the references. Some of the smaller text I had to guess at, and the art on the top flap is speculative as well.
The die-line was tricky as well, and still needs to be improved in places.
After finding the hi-res promo stills, I was able to read all the text on the front of this tag, and (after much needle-in-a-haystack searching) identify the airplane image as well:
Promo still on the left, my replica on the right.
I see the movie this afternoon, so I’m hoping the back side (if we ever see it) is identical. Maybe we’ll get a decent look at the other tags. Otherwise, there’s always the art book.
After some fiddling around, I’ve managed to fit Amos’ season one patch art onto a set of vinyl stickers at RedBubble. In order to get these as close to actual size as possible, you must order the “Large” (8 x 8.5 inches) sticker. Note that these will have a white border, and that in season 2, Amos has added a P&K patch to his jumpsuit, so these will not work for that costume.
Given that today is Arthur Machen’s birthday, I thought I’d throw this up on RedBubble and see what happens:
I’m slowly putting some other stuff on RedBubble as well. If there’s something you’d like to request specifically, please let me know.
I’ve tweaked some of my Morrison Co. art and uploaded it to RedBubble for your decorating pleasure: