Design the animated logo for Brett Ratner's Rat Entertainment
June 20, 2011 10:19 pm
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About Brett Ratner
Brett Ratner has established himself as one of Hollywood’s most successful directors and producers whose films include the 'Rush Hour' series, 'X-Men: The Last Stand', 'Red Dragon', along with music videos for Madonna, P. Diddy and Mariah Carey. In addition to success in film and music, Brett has also segued into photography. His photographs have appeared in Vanity Fair, Interview and Heeb magazine and have graced the covers of Vogue Homme, V-Life and Haute Living. Brett has also shot advertising campaigns for fashion companies like Baby Phat, Jimmy Choo and Jordache.
Brett is currently directing the Imagine/Universal film 'Tower Heist' starring Ben Stiller, Matthew Broderick, Téa Leoni and Casey Affleck. He also produced the documentary 'Catfish', New Line Cinema’s 'Horrible Bosses' starring Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx, the Sci-Fi Alien invasion thriller 'Skyline' and Relativity Media's 'Snow White' starring Julia Roberts.
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You've got to be KIDDING! A successful Hollywood director of big-name stars can't afford to... a) hire a graphic designer b) pay for decent work ($1000 for an animation???) c) license the use of any "contributions", however the users of his website who post must grant him full rights to modify and distribute THEIR work as part of HIS promotions. d) pay for advertising his spiffy entertainment company... instead hoping that YouTube visitors will do his marketing for him. :snort: I would not recommend this sort of "contest" even to high school students. Time has a value. Skill has a value. Creativity certainly has a value.
I have to reluctantly agree with hauksdottir. I was drawn to check out this contest because of the potential for working with a known Hollywood personality, but the fact of the matter is that $1000 is only worth less than one day of a low-grade professional animator's time (not counting render time). Either Mr. Rattner has fallen on VERY hard times (which diminishes a lot of the draw for such a contest), or this logo design is of woefully low importance to him. Either way this is a bit of a disappointment. As a professional animator myself, I would have liked to have entered the contest. Frankly, my time is better spent making more R'osity merchandise.