That time has come again, we’re working on the promotional material for Superbyte 2014 and it’s rather exciting. This year the promoters wanted a ‘neon lights’ vibe, and we were keen to do some 80’s inspired design. The first batch of online promotional materials is now done and we are currently working on the printed items. Take a look at what we have produced so far:
Superbyte 2014 logo re-made as neon lettering
Superbyte 2014 Facebook cover image
Superbyte 2014 Twitter header (this would have the avatar and Twitter text over the top)
Superbyte 2014 YouTube Channel Artwork
Superbyte 2014 avatar – for use on various social media sites
We’ll be sure to update you with the next lot of artwork we create. In the meantime do check out the festival website, we have been the last two years and can thoroughly recommend it to die hard chiptune fans and those who would just like to see what it’s all about alike! It’s fun, it’s entertaining and bursting with energy. We’ll be there again for sure!
Last year we attended our first ever Megabyte night in Manchester. Poisoncut was playing a live set, and I got to enjoy a night of chiptunes, fun people, amusing visuals and retro sweets. But not all nights end in a hangover and a hankering for toast, this one was the start of something more. Following a couple more outings to Megabyte, in September 2012 we attended the first ever Superbyte Festival in Manchester. We ran a Retroid Studio stall, taking it in turns to go see our fave artists and do a tea run. It was a great event in an awesome venue, we thoroughly enjoyed it. Not too long after this, the organisers were already planning for Superbyte 2013 (it’s a full time job this festival planning malarkey and the early bird catches the worm!), and we were lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to design the Superbyte 2013 promotional items. This includes posters, leaflets, a programme, banner and web assets. The work is currently ongoing, but we have completed the poster, which has indeed been printed – so keep an eye out for them around the North West!
We’ll be back to show you the other items currently being worked on very soon!