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To design a series of theater posters is a challenging task itself. I know this from my own experience at Purdue University illustrating the entire 2008-2009 season. I had to read each play and come up with bunch of metaphors that aimed to convey the overall ‘feel’ of the play. However, to design a series of theater posters that defies and embodies the ‘third dimension’ is even more challenging. When it is well done results can be astonishing. The series below were done by Alfalfa Studio, which were commissioned by a theater company from Texas. If you are interested in these kind of ‘to the point’ poster design I would recommend you study the God of Opera Poster Designer “Pierre Mendell”.

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http://idnworld.com/mags/?id=v16n5

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http://www.behance.net/gallery/Modern-Design-Magazine-13/110328

http://www.behance.net/gallery/Dwell-Magazine/48079

http://www.hazencreative.com/

A two-sided poster designed by Josh Gomby for the Rochester Institute of Technology screening of the Helvetica documentary in 2008.

Reblogged from http://www.aisleone.net/

The visual identity package of the magazine can be seen here:
http://www.behance.net/gallery/LACK-magazine-identity-2011/964727

http://kissmiklos.com/

House of Balsamic / LogoHouse Of Balsamic _ Bussines CardHouse Of Balsamic / Business Card For B2CHouse Of Balsamic / Letterhead

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