This flyer was designed for a campaign raising awareness of the situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The idea of focusing on the people who suffer came into my mind, however, I decided not to depict a person but to keep the tear drop as a symbol for expressing the pain that is caused through rape and war. Later in the process the the idea of the teardrop and a simple eyeshape was chosen to depict the suffering person, whatever gender (as women as well as men suffer under rape). To show the focus on the DRC, the pupil, however, shows the shape of the country Congo. The colours were chosen because of the national flag.
A4 Poster for “The Rivals”, Amateur Theatre
Idea: Romica Spiegl & Grant Fairlie Medium: InDesign Commissioned by: Heald Green Theatre Company
I was asked by the Heald Green Theatre Company to design a poster and flyer for the play “The Rivals”. The challenge of the brief was to stick to a restricted colour scheme and to give the 18th century a modern look. The importance of dialogue is emphasised by the quotation marks which show the silhouettes of the two main couples of the play
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