Graphic design

I started doing graphic design with Letraset and paper at college in the late 70s, moving on to DTP when that came along a decade or so later. Most of what I've done has been for amdram groups I've been involved with, building campaigns of posters, flyers and web banners, right up to creating 20/24 page A4 programmes. There are a few examples below.

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Murder on the Nile
Poster for Agatha Christie's Murder on the Nile

Dead simple image, appropriate 1920s font style, red and black. Murder is afoot.

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Outside Edge
Poster for Richard Harris' Outside Edge

A 1970s comedy set in a cricket pavilion. Blue skies, stumps and a cake all allude to the plot.

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The Rivals
Web banner for Sheridan's The Rivals

A classic 18th century comedy, so a classic 18th century cartoon and an archaic font.

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Servant of Two Masters
Poster for Carlo Goldoni's Servant of Two Masters

Commedia del'Arte classic, implied chaos in image and font

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She Stoops to Conquer
Poster for Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer

Posh girl pretends to be servant. Really pleased to find this image

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Talking Heads
Poster for Alan Bennett's Talking Heads

Budget constraints required mono poster, so kept it very simple.

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