Designers, illustrators, artists, and other creatives draw inspiration from various places, and not surprisingly, often turn to other creatives and their work for ideas and insight. It’s the well-known secret that culture spawns from culture, designers take note from others, and artists love to revel in the work of masters before them. Whether it be the visual arts, music, or cinema, when one comes up with something impressive, it inspires others to come up with something equally impressive.
Besides aiming to capture the color scheme and aesthetic of the visual scene, we’ve also given attention to the mood and atmosphere of the film by choosing hues and finishes we feel best reflects the story or scene in question.
In our series of Inspiration + Paper we look and search for various sources and topics that can act as an origin for your inspiration when working with design papers. When working with a simple yet protean medium such as paper, it can be easily forgotten, how much power it can behold. A single paper, or a collection, can imitate a feeling or a mood, it can signal for values and thoughts, and can definitely have a direct impact on its viewer or holder, both consciously and subconsciously. This time we’re drawing inspiration from the world of cinema, and beloved movies – and do our best to convey their iconic scenes into matching paper collections.
Matching still images from the most famous scenes of cinema with beautiful design papers by Europapier
In no peculiar order, we’ve chosen eight famous movies with memorable scenes and created matching paper collections from the Design Papers range by Europapier. Besides aiming to capture the color scheme and aesthetic of the visual scene, we’ve also given attention to the mood and atmosphere of the film by choosing hues and finishes we feel best reflects the story or scene in question.