NEW YORK — The talent show graphic on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter today shows the newest addition to the ranks of the “creative” — and it’s a graphic designer.
The image, which was originally from The Hollywood Handbook, shows that the graphic designer is a designer who has worked on such movies as The Bourne Legacy and X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
It was created by the graphic design firm of Articulate Graphics, which has worked with a number of high-profile names in the industry, including The Avengers’ Joss Whedon and Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Ben Affleck.
Articulate Graphic’s graphic design team has worked alongside Disney and Pixar in the past.
The firm is also known for its work on Disney’s upcoming animated film, Coco.
“Coco” is a Disney-Pixar collaboration, and the film will debut in 2019.
The film’s cast includes Emma Stone, Kristen Stewart, Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr., Josh Gad and Jena Malone.
Article on the art and design team of Artificate Graphic, who are currently working on “Coco,” which is in production, was written by David Mazzucchelli.