Graphics Sherlock Holmes Project
Artist Research Boards
Sidney Paget
Sidney Edward Paget (4
October 1860 – 28 January
1908) was a British
illustrator of the
Victorian era, best k...
Sidney Paget
Danny Yount is a main title designer and director for film and television.
He has earned many notable industry awards, as ...
Idea one Idea two
Ideaone
Designing the first Concept Idea
Original Drawings
Ideaone
Ideatwo
striking image for a final outcome.
End Credit Board
Kurt Schwitters
Kurt Schwitters
Robert Rauschenburg
Robert Rauschenburg
Anatoly Belsky
Georgii &
Vladimir Stenberg
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  1. 1. Graphics Sherlock Holmes Project Artist Research Boards
  2. 2. Sidney Paget Sidney Edward Paget (4 October 1860 – 28 January 1908) was a British illustrator of the Victorian era, best known for his illustrations that accompanied Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories in The Strand magazine.
  3. 3. Sidney Paget
  4. 4. Danny Yount is a main title designer and director for film and television. He has earned many notable industry awards, as well as two Emmy Awards and one Emmy nomination. He is famous for designing the illustrations and main title sequences for Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes Films. Danny Yount
  5. 5. Idea one Idea two Ideaone Designing the first Concept Idea
  6. 6. Original Drawings
  7. 7. Ideaone Ideatwo striking image for a final outcome. End Credit Board
  8. 8. Kurt Schwitters
  9. 9. Kurt Schwitters
  10. 10. Robert Rauschenburg
  11. 11. Robert Rauschenburg
  12. 12. Anatoly Belsky
  13. 13. Georgii & Vladimir Stenberg
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