The Third Day
Jude Law, Naomie Harris, Katherine Waterston, Emily Watson and Paddy Considine star in The Third Day, a unique story told in three separate but interconnected parts: Summer, Autumn and Winter.
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Photo credit: Ola Podgorska (taken on location, at Osea Island)
The Third Day
What I Did
Graphic Designer – Stand in for Toby Stevens (3 episodes, dailies)
Stained Glass Window
A window featured inside the Oyster Bar
I was asked to create a stained glass window for the Oyster Bar, and included ‘folk/biblical’ symbolism used throughout the scripts in the series – the Oyster, a bowl of salt and fish along with the ‘Osea’ cross.
The colour palette referenced William Morris along with the cool ‘marine’ colour palette of the isle.
Once the colour palette was decided, the artwork was approved, and printed onto acrylic sheeting.
As the glass had to look real from either side, I doubled the printing of the panels (one the right way around, and one in reverse) so that we could have a repeat (a ‘front’ and ‘back’ ), and we had to make sure leading and paint was applied to both sides – but that the acrylic could hold the weight of the leading, and for the panels to be easy to fit, for the team on-set.
Three of the printed panels, lying flat at the Three Mills workshop, ready for lead-application.
Alessia & I applied stick-on leading to all six panels.
Stained glass paint was painted over the printed acrylic to give the prop an authentic ‘glass’ finish – and to add the mother of pearl effect on the oyster.
The initial sketch to determine the flow of the design which was then detailed using Adobe Illustrator.
The finished panels were then fitted on-set, before filming.
Bedroom & Bathroom Panels
Folk-inspired, illustrated panel designs
I worked on the designs of multiple options of colour-ways, and different layout versions. These panels were to be painted by hand, by the Scenics, on-set. The finals are displayed below – the bedroom pelmets featured a star & bird motif, while the bedroom-en suite featured peonies and folk-inspired star-shaped flowers, to match the bathtub panel.
Maps, plans and photographs
Additional graphics & bumf I designed for the series
A map of Osea Island, which was hand-drawn from two original maps found on Ebay and embellished further.
Chapel plans – made from original art department plans of the Chapel, adapted to fit the style of Osea.
Another plan of the Chapel.
A CNC fish detail for the staircase inside The Oyster Inn. It’s hardly seen on screen, but it was there!
A still from the series showing the photograph.
I helped organise and supervise the photoshoot which took place on Osea Island of the troupe of Osea men, and comped the image together from a few final options selected by the Director. The photograph was taken on-site by Ian Kirby.