© 2009-2018 by Robert Bieselin

"HAPPY BIRTHDAY CLAIRE"

Promo Poster (and adapted DVD cover) for Conrad Lihilihi's 2016 short horror  film "Happy Birthday, Claire"

 

Concept & Design: Robert Bieselin

© Homeroom - Production/Creative

 

"FALLING IN LOVE"

Another single for Patchwork Bessie - "Falling in Love," featuring Alfa.

 

(Pitched it as "so literal, it's figurative.")

 

Concept and Design - Robert Bieselin

© Patchwok Bessie

"THE HOST OF THE TIMOTHY PREEN SHOW"

Composite draft for my as-of-yet unpublished novel, "The Host of the Timothy Preen Show," a comedy which can be read in any order, and will be packaged in a cereal box.

 

Click for four-side drafts.

 

Concept and Design - Robert Bieselin

"REFLECTIONS FROM HELL"

Promo book cover of "Reflections from Hell" to promote a signing with Richard Lewis at Book Soup.

 

(The original cover from Powerhouse Books was a bit too simple for promo, not really reflective of Lewis or the edge of the book.)

 

Concept and Design - Robert Bieselin

Illustration: Carl Titolo

© Book Soup

"THE DEVICE"

Promo Poster (and adapted DVD cover) for Conrad Lihilihi's 2014 short film "The Device"

 

The film is a time travel thriller with many intersecting timelines. Wanted to reflected this with interweaving lines, and a modernized take on something vaguely Saul Bass-ish.

 

Concept & Design: Robert Bieselin

© Conrad Lihilihi

 

"YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ME"

Album cover for MC JIN & Moishi's single

"You Might Not Know Me"

 

They wanted something nostalgic to introduce the collaboration. 

 

I built off an old school photo backdrop, and used a photo of the producer, Moishi, as a young boy. I added a cover image from MC JIN's first album as a shirt graphic to tie in JIN, and show the young producer's admiration.

 

Concept and Design: Robert Bieselin

© MC JIN / The Great Company

 

"BARE FEET"

Single cover art for Alfa.

 

Concept and Design - Robert Bieselin

base photo:  Garrick Fuji

 

"INTRODUCING LE***N'T"

This one was commissioned for use as a prop in a short. They wanted "a very hipster-ish vinyl album cover from an obscure band."

 

My pitch: "You've probably never of them...  Because no one knows what their name is." 

 

(Fun Fact: The band is actually called "Le Don't")

 

Concept and Design - Robert Bieselin

Tree photo: iStock