In the realm of distinguished craftsmanship and intricate design, Roman Tavast Ltd. had the privilege to craft lapel pins for the esteemed Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
It`s finally out. London Has Fallen was released last week, and turned umpteen millions at the box offices. We made probably the smallest props for the movie (Secret Service lapel pins), but they are nicely visible on posters and on the big screen.
After a splashy world premiere in Berlin last Thursday, event series “The Night Manager” kicked off in the UK on the 21st of February. This is the adaptation of the 1993 John Le Carré bestseller that’s produced by The Ink Factory, BBC One and AMC.
For us, it was like a déjà vu (a few months ago we did lapel pins for a Hollywood movie “London Has Fallen”). The client explained over the phone, that they need some high-quality lapel pins as the pins would appear to close up on a TV screen.
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Lapel pins for a Hollywood movie “London Has Fallen” starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman
We, at Roman Tavast, received a phone call on Friday morning saying that some special lapel pins were urgently needed. Intrigued we asked for elaborate and were told that the caller was a costume designer, Stephanie Collie from LHF Films Ltd.