Not sure if this is the one you're talking about, but this was found over at the JPLegacy forum as well. It's a fan-made JP tour read by professional voiceover artist Tommy Cresswell. Here it is if anyone is interested.The guys on JPlegacy put together a nice sounding audio tour that could be paired with some simple text and pictures. One of the members had his dad read the script and it sounds fantastic. So good that I hope the same guy does the final... He's no Richard Kiley but he sounds really good reading the script.
I know it's a long shot, but I actually emailed Bayer AG (the parent company of Miles Laboratories) as well as the Elkhart County Historical Society (Elkhart, Indiana is where Miles Laboratories began and where the company's HQ used to be) asking if they might know who I could contact for more information about the early 90's Miles Laboratories printed materials seen in Jurassic Park. Not surprisingly, no one has emailed me back.I've been doing a little research into the one of the documents on Nedry's desk. I believe it's a datasheet/ informational material from Miles Laboratories. Miles Labs was a division of Bayer (the chemical and pharmaceutical company), and was consolidated in 1995. I'm not sure what the document is about, but I think it would be a cool piece to find or re-create.
I've found the Miles logo as it existed in 1992. Both color schemes are found on Nedry's document (sorry, they're not vectors).
No, I tried to find close pictures that could match the ID cards. Sadly they're all low-res or not fitting... It would need incredible photoshop skills to make these pics look right...Does someone have the original photos used for id badges? Especially interesting for me Nedry and Muldoon ones.
Looks awsome! Can't wait.taking the free Jurassic Park brochure and making a higher-res copy that people will be able to download an print for free
Got most of the font done and just started on the japanese font.
New high resolution JP logos and Kodak image. I got the kodak image from another guy who had a preview of his totally revamped the brochure (that box image is hard to find!) but I color corrected it to make it screen accurate (red font on the top of the box).
Unlike his, I am trying to keep as much of the original art work as possible.
Here's a small preview