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Insuricare by Mr-Bluebird Insuricare by Mr-Bluebird
Seventh entry to the series and getting closer to the end. Insuricare from The Incredibles, a great place to work!

Absolutely love the movie.. it's my favorite one in terms of the art department and the score. Lou Romano and Michael Giacchino :heart:

The idea was to capture the cold, hostile, opressive feeling of working day and night at Insuricare.
Maybe a mix between Terry Gilliam's Brazil and the retro look of Nomanisan Island?
Well, at least that's what I aimed at..


Pixar Establishments:
-Pizza Planet
-Harryhausen's
-Cozy Cone
-Sunnyside
-Gusteau's
-Al's Toy Barn
-Insuricare
-P.T.Flea's Circus
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CaseyDecker Nov 26, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
This poster image you've done of Insuricare also looks very nice, and it's too bad that Bob Parr ended up losing his job at such a company, huh? ;)
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Kapalsky Jul 3, 2012   Traditional Artist
Awesome tribute and graphic execution. Insurcare offices were horribly small and white, but really stylish.
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:iconmr-bluebird:
thank you =)
indeed. and they had an especially skilled graphic designer
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keep-me-posted May 2, 2011  Student Writer
I like it. As you said, it captures the cold feel of the actual place. Though, their motto doesn't make me feel safe, lol. They should work on that. ;P
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LOL! their motto is REALLY threatning and scary!
they indeed have to work better on their image
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bluefootednewt Apr 16, 2011  Student General Artist
:la: :P
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Somebodylost Apr 15, 2011  Student Digital Artist
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You know, a company is like a clock!
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