1. You don't ALWAYS need a picture of your artist. Think of things that REPRESENT your entertainer.
(Click) Or the venue
2. Theatre "bugs" are lined up
Branding the Band
All the fine details of a Professional Poster
Here are samples of the 3 kind of Posters I will be looking for. All 3 posters should come from ONE script choice. ALL should have a tag line, credits and a few fake reviewer quotes. All posters need to have the DATE, the
THEATEwhere your artist is playing.
FIRST poster uses
blending modes, masks. and has a full credit block at base.
All posters should have their taglines and at least 5 BUGS
that go well with poster. I'll talk about this week in class
One of the posters should have
a hand-done title
Your SECOND poster
using the TRI-TONE we did in class last week. Choose any 3 Pantone colors to
create your poster. Here's more INSPRATION
for your tritone
Also, some of Matt Taylor's Tri-tone and Quadratone layout's
And YES you CAN have SOME of your poster tritone and SOME - RGB. Talk about that further in class
Your THIRD poster should have
EXTREME Close Up and
All 3 are to be VERY different.
Imagine if you were my friend TONY EDESTEIN and had to do
THIS many for "FOX CATCHER"
Here's your Checklist:
Are you images sharp and silouhetted clean?
Is EACH poster really DIFFERENT?
Lastly, ask yourself, does your poster look like a REAL movie poster?