Xeitgeist

Xeitgeist Entertainment Group Pte Ltd is a boutique IP acquisition, management, licensing and distribution company specializing in quality films and television programming.
Founded in 2011 by producers Mark Montgomery and Jomon Thomas, Xeitgeist works with it's global partners to link filmmakers and financiers, bringing feature films, documentaries, television series and new media productions to life.
I have worked with them on one of their brand iterations, on the logo and website design.
The live website may not reflect this design in it's current state.
This work was created while working as a freelancer under an NDA . I was responsible for the design and the art direction of the website and brand.

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