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2009 Adelaide Fringe Television Commercial

 

The 2009 Adelaide Fringe TVC featured the two characters of the poster trying to get the attention of a couple of passerbys. Literally taking apart the walls, this is a great example of just how far the poster design can be stretched. This won the Adelaide Art Directors’ Club Award for Direction and Visual Effects. Designed by Resin.


2008 Adelaide Fringe Television Commercial

 

A bit more subtle than the 2007 Adelaide Fringe TVC, the 2008 TVC featured a babushka peeking out from around corners. The 2008 Adelaide Fringe Opening Night had an amazing line up including the Presets and I Heart Hiroshima, which was considered to be worth making a song and dance about. Designed by Resin.


2007 Adelaide Fringe Television Commercial

 

The 2007 Adelaide Fringe Television Commercial featured artists which were part of the program. The idea was that the Fringe was taking over the streets of Adelaide and it utilised a lot of street footage in a 3-D format. Designed by Resin.


2008 Design Applications

 

The 2008 Adelaide Fringe Poster design involved two babushkas with heads exploding with excitement. Nicknamed Kenny by the Fringe staff, the smaller babushka doll was applied to wide range of merchandise including Men’s, Women’s and Children’s t-shirts.

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The Adelaide Fringe also produced a Crumpler Bag, cap, buttons and stubby holders with the image.

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As well as the wide variety of print materials including the Fringe guide and post cards the Adelaide Fringe also produced desktop wallpapers and screensavers for the general public to download. The babushkas also worked well for Fringe Family Weekend signage.

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Please note:  All applications are designed and produced by the Adelaide Fringe. It is not the responsibility of the Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition winner.


2009 Design Applications

 

The 2009 Adelaide Fringe Poster design incorporated two main elements. The Adelaide Fringe 2009 Logo and the Mohawk man with loudspeaker. Each of the elements were adapted for Fringe merchandise including Men’s, Women’s and Children’s t-shirts.

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The Adelaide Fringe also produces a limited edition Crumpler bags, buttons, caps and stubby holders.

FringeMerch2009

The Adelaide Fringe poster image was also used to announce the arrival of the Fringe with street banners across Hindley, Rundle and Gouger Streets. Banners were also used on Adelaide Fringe venues and to promote Fringe events in Rymill Park.

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Please note:  All applications are designed and produced by the Adelaide Fringe. It is not the responsibility of the Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition winner.


2007 Design Applications

 

For the first annual Adelaide Fringe in 2007, a wide variety of merchandise was created. This included t-shirts that allowed everyone to show their love for the Fringe.

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See some street applications of the 2007 Adelaide Fringe poster including a FringeTix sign and street banner across Gouger Street.

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Please note:  All applications are designed and produced by the Adelaide Fringe. It is not the responsibility of the Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition winner.