The Macdonald tartan and the work of artist Mondrian inspired on-screen design specialist Kemistry in its titles for Monarch of the Glen, a Scotland-set series due to be broadcast on BBC One next week. The consultancy has also developed a new corporate identity for Ecosse Films, the producer of the series. ‘It was great to work with Ecosse Films, as they appreciate the value of the title sequence and how it can help brand the series across book dust jackets, press and posters,’ says Kemistry producer Ricky Churchill.
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