To begin with, I'm looking for a skilled Graphic designer to produce about 6 high quality, surreal images revolving around various themes. While the themes are typically impossible in reality, the designer is to make it look it actually was taken with a camera, despite it obviously being done with graphic manipulation.
The feel and art direction should mirror and articulate these few words; Contemporary, Modern, Special, Impactful.
A very good portfolio of what we are looking for is seen in the website; [url removed, login to view]
The pictures will be used for my upcoming website (which promotes foosball tables as the core product), and I would like to create a similar feel to the website. And so, to get the ball rolling; 1 scenario would be;
1) Dark, snowing night. Igloo. Campfire. 2 Grown p men playing against each other despite braving the cold in thick clothing. Foosball table has a nice glow and focus as a result of the nearby campfire. - The idea behind such a picture would be to establish that even in the most remote corners of earth, people actually do play foosball, in the most impossible circumstances.
So there will be 5 other ideas that will be some what similar in direction to what I've mentioned, and I will be looking forward to getting replies from designers who has the confidence and expertise in delivering something of such quality. I've worked with a freelancer prior to this and the quality is appalling. It's something that I could have done with my limited skills with photoshop and I think it's a waste of time eventually for both of us.
Feel free to email me if you have any questions. Please start the bids rolling!
15 freelancers are bidding on average $711 for this job
Hi We are interested in your project and read your requirements.We have completed 150+ big projects in last 5 years. Please check private message board for details.
I can offer you stunning quality. I will work closely together with you and will pay my full attention to your conceivability. Please check your PMB for more details. Hristo Butchvarov http://rozer-art.blogspot.com/