Stanley ka DabbaAmol Gupte, the mastermind behind the movie, wanted the logo and posters to follow a visual language which would break through the clutter of the run-of-the-mill Bolloywood posters. For the logotype we wanted to communicate how people are intrinsically connected , since food plays a major part in the general bon homie of the movie. Inspired by the round form of the 'dabba' or lunch box that every kid carries to school, we created a font style that mirrors the round form and is intrinsically connected.
As for the visual style of the posters, I developed a bold language which takes off on the "half-full half-empty" philosophy and Stanley's world is caught in the middle of the environment which is bitter-sweet and him trying to break out of his shackles.
A very endearing project, go watch this rare and precious film!