Stalkher T-shirt artwork

StalkHer (2015) - Comedy, Romance, Thriller: John Jarratt makes his directorial debut as well as starring in this feature film. Former Village Roadshow and Disney Australia Managing Director and now Chairman of the AFI Alan Finney is on board as the Executive Producer, who helped negotiate distribution deals. Written by Kris Maric. Also starring is leading lady Kaarin Fairfax (3 times AFI Nominee).

Promotional pen for Stalkher theatrical run - vector art supplied by arkhamhaus
Stalkher Feature Film Promotional material :
  Cinematic Poster Art  \Film \ Poster\ Australian Theatrical Release title art \ updated 30-08-15

close up of stalkher grab bag of promotional gear: stalking utility knife,  novelty syringe pen and one of at least three tshirt variations

Vectored title art for the queensland Feature film Stalkher (2014) promotional material- syringe pens, utility knives, t-shirts, bags ect
Artwork Details :
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Collaborators : MEDiAKiN / G.A.P
Brief :
Feature Film Title Art designed by ArkhªmHªus for STALKHER.
Medium :
Digital : Created in Adobe Photoshop 2015 AD.

Notes : Film title design is a term describing the craft and design of motion picture title sequences. Since the beginning of the film form, it has been an essential part of any motion picture. In the beginning, main title design consisted of the movie studio's name and/or logo and the presentation of the main characters along with the actor’s names, generally using that same artwork presented on title cards. Most independent or major studio had their own title art logo used as the background for their screen credits and they used it almost exclusively on every movie that they produced. Then, early in the 1930s, the more progressive motion picture studios started to change their approach in presenting their screen credits. The major studios took on the challenge of improving the way they introduced their movies. They made the decision to present a more complete list of credits to go with a higher quality of artwork to be used in their screen credits. A main title designer is the designer of the movie title. The manner in which title of a movie is displayed on screen is widely considered an art form.

Vector graphics is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and shapes or polygons—all of which are based on mathematical expressions—to represent images in computer graphics. Vector graphics are based on vectors (also called paths), which lead through locations called control points or nodes. Each of these points has a definite position on the x and y axes of the work plane and determines the direction of the path; further, each path may be assigned a stroke color, shape, thickness, and fill. These properties don't increase the size of vector graphics files in a substantial manner, as all information resides in the document's structure, which describes solely how the vector should be drawn.[citation needed] Vector graphics can be magnified infinitely without loss of quality, while pixel-based graphics cannot. The term vector graphics is typically used only for 2D (planar) graphics objects, in order to distinguish them from 2D raster graphics, which are also very common.

Kaarin Fairfax 	co-director
John Jarratt 	director		
Kristijana Maric 	writer
John Jarratt	Jack
Kaarin Fairfax	Emily
Alan Finney	Mr. Schiller
Danny Baldwin	producer
Sue Baldwin	producer
Alan Finney	executive producer
Lou Henry	co-producer (as Louise Henry)
John Jarratt	producer
Craig A. Kocinski     executive producer / producer
Kristijana Maric producer
Rowena Zande    line producer 
Mark D'Angelo	Music 
Craig Jansson	Music  
Jody Muston	Cinematography
Mat Evans	film editing
Bernadette Murray 	film editing	
Adam Head	Production Design  
Peter Fitness	Art Direction
Lisa Michell	Set Decoration 
Melody Cooper	Costume Design
Connie Gallo	make-up/sfx artist and prosthetic designer  
Rowena Zande	production manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 
Michael Bate	second assistant director
Michael Faranda	first assistant director 
Daniel Cairns	standy props
George Kabot	graphic designer
Steve Leslie	construction manager
Anthony Marriott	conceptual art / poster and graphic designer 
Justine Angus	dialogue editor
Des Kenneally	sound recordist Visual Effects by 
Nick McLean	digital effects / visual effects supervisor Stunts 
Danny Baldwin	stunt coordinator  
Daniel Guerra	stills photographer
Billy Harmer	key grip
Jay A. Lind	best boy: grip
Nick McLean	epk
David Tilburey	best boy electric
Aaron Wakem	data wrangler
Adam Williams	gaffer 
Karen Leigh Smith	extras casting Costume and Wardrobe Department 
Jay Mansfield-Askew	costume assistant Editorial Department 
Jamie Hediger	colorist
Nick McLean	assembly editor  
Mark D'Angelo	music editor
Craig Jansson	music editor Other crew 
Jake Cook	intern
Lou Henry	story editor

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