Tina Charad has been a graphic designer for film and television for over 20 years, working on all sorts from The Batman to Pirates of the Caribbean and Tomb Raider. Here, she exclusively reveals the process behind her craft, and how she recreated old Hollywood for Quentin Tarantino.
From NDAs to gag orders and the direct stifling of press, clients keeping designers silent about their work appears to be becoming an ever-more present feature of the industry. But just how do they go about it? And what is the real impact on the creatives in question? We speak to four studios to find out their perspectives.