Here's the artwork for a new theatre production by Hungry Wolf for The Theatre Workshop. The Electra Project is the youth theatre group's piece for the Brighton Fringe and later in the year will also be at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The Electra Project is a piece of theatre that alludes to a 2012 nationally publicised and controversial GCSE performance, which resulted in the sacking of two drama teachers. Drawing off this nationally publicised event and the moral conundrum it provokes, The Electra Project is based on a group of A level students devising a Greek tragedy that goes horribly wrong. The Piece, a comedy, will explore themes such as the importance of drama in schools, the boundaries that are in place and questioning whether we are still allowed to make mistakes in education. Written and Directed by Dave Jackson, NYT, ITV and Radio 4.
Check out full details of The Electra Project on The Theatre Workshop's site.
We didn't want to give too much away so I chose an image from a crucial point in the performance that will hopefully draw you into the story. As ever here are some close ups...
An image originally for a music event, but now available as a high quality limited edition giclee print.
Following up from my LeBron James promo piece, here's my next installment, a London Grammar image for the amazingly haunting single Strong by the British trip hop three piece. See the video (while it's still up there) on their website here. I've tried to reflect the feel of the video with the style and colours and the composition hopefully pulls you in like the story itself. Hope you like it ...
J'adore – what's not to love, limited edition silkscreen print, pink colourway.
James bond-inspired, bingo-themed illustration – legs eleven!
This was an illustration for a music event, very straight brief, girl holding a melting oversized heart(not gory please).
An illustration to accompany a piece about your hopes and fears and the challenges you face to achieve your goals.
Another girls night out at the casino, gambling their livelyhoods away. Everyone else seems to be glamourising gambling so why shouldn't I?!