Designer Vinci Raj is known for his creative first look posters for several films such as Mundasupatti, Kanaa, Kaala, Kabali, Suttu Pidikka Utharavu, and Darbar in Tamil, Pranaa in Malayalam, and Suryakantham in Telugu to name a few. The designer entered the media industry as the creative head for various national and international creative agencies, won critical acclaim, and later forayed into the film industry taking up poster designing.
He has now decided to venture into production of films and advertisements under his newly launched banner ‘Creative Fetus’ to dish out good content for audiences.
— Vinci Raj (@Vinciraj_NC) July 15, 2020
The designer had also put out a video, divulging details about the initiative, and called it his third child after his daughter Mona Lisa and son Rembrandt, named after the painting by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci and Dutch artist Rembrandt. He added that creators with ideas needed funding and a proper platform to make them a reality and thereby decided to launch the ‘Creative Fetus’ banner that would help unique ideas see the light of the day.
The designer will also be turning director for a project that boasts a great set of technicians. While Vinci will be handling the story, screenplay, and direction, Notebook fame Manoj Kumar Khatoi is handling cinematography, Kanaa fame Dhibu Ninan Thomas on music, Aayirathil Oruvan fame T Santhanam on art, Pizza fame Leo John Paul on the edit, Kadhalum Kadandhu Pogum fame Bakkiyam Sankar on the dialogues, and Seethakaathi fame Priyanka Prithivirajan on the costumes. Founder of Phantom-FX, Bejoy Arputharaj is the VFX supervisor, Sreesan, who has worked on Gully Boy, is on sound design, and Gowri Shankar and Jaison, who worked on Gypsy and Jersey respectively, are on sound mixing.
The cast of the project is yet to be finalised by the team.
Creative Fetus is also reportedly willing to accommodate and collaborate with those who are willing to fund their projects. They can either contact through phone or drop a mail to the id provided on the website.
Image Courtesy: Vinci Raj Facebook