Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments

Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments - student project

Here's a little taster of what you can create with our special technique for imitating an old & dirty photocopy look.

 

Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments - image 1 - student project

 

This turned out to be such a nice set of lightly distressed images, all of them are somewhat (loosely) connected to the bigger project we are working on (to be shared in a few days, time management, you know:D)

Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments - image 2 - student project

 

Unintentionally created an effect of a flying plane!;)

Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments - image 3 - student project

 

For us the biggest fun with this technique comes from putting a number of different textures and graphics together. At this point the look is not of a photocopy any more, but still, all these gritty textures and grain look just perfect!

Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments - image 4 - student project

 

Same goes for the inverted black & red look, but how awesome it would look in a title sequence for some documentary series (we love the style of all slides and sequences in Netflix's Dirty Money and Explained, so you know where we are coming from).

Perfectly Imperfect: Dirty Photocopy Experiments - image 5 - student project

 

 

Now onto more experiments! Check back soon to see more of our experiments and this project we've mentioned above;)

Evgeniya & Dominic Righini-Brand
Graphic Design & Photography
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