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How cecpayet started their poster journey
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I am a theatre director of a play performing at a short play festival running for 8 weeks and including 160 plays.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We need an A3 poster that will also be used online for a 10 min theater play performing at a short play festival.
The play “LOOP” is a double entwined conversation between one boy and two girls about the relationships the boy has with both girls. The three characters realise they are stuck together in a loop of distressing interactions leading to break-ups.
Grunge composed illustration (please see pictures 1 to 3)
Key elements are 3 actors’ faces, full or partial (to choose from pictures 12 to 20 - preference for pictures 12, 15 and 18) devolving/merging together in/around a “messy/confused material”. Ideally we want to be able to recognise actors’ faces. Faces needs to have comparable importance.
There needs to be a swirl/circle/loop movement (as an indication only, please see grunge swirl picture 4, 5 and 6)
We want a dispersing / breaking up into pieces on edges
Drapery curves/shapes: key element of the set is a large silky vibrant red (please see pictures 9 to 11)
Loop, messy, dynamic, intense, punchy, movement, curl, circle, grunge, turmoil, tangling, confusion
Black and red
What we don’t want:
Pastel colours, too flowery and figurative (see pictures 7 and 8) or too oppressive and dark.
Level 2 :
Short and Sweet Festival 2016
By Therese Cloonan
Directed by Cecile Payet
Choreographed by Michael Fortes and Audrey Parseghian