18 Sep '11, 10pm

Posters and flyers to plays and concerts don't just advertise, they are works ... - TODAYonline

In an alternate universe, the large image on the right would have been a pensive scene straight out of an Edward Hopper painting. On the left side, a couple dances as a string quartet plays in one corner. A fruit basket still life hangs on the wall to the right. At the centre, the peculiar image of a court jester seemingly climbing into a coffin. No, this isn't a painting but the artwork for the posters and flyers of T'ang Quartet's recently concluded concert, Death Of The Harlequin. It's a visually striking and narrative-rich image used to promote a show that, strictly speaking, wasn't even telling a story. But the poster for Harlequin isn't the only one that has been drawing attention recently. From Equus' naked young man astride a horse and Cooling Off Day's innovative use of political party logos, to the Tim Burton-esque image of Into The Woods and even Fear Of Writing...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Entertainment/Arts/EDC110919-0...

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