Children of the Black Skirt

Children of the Black Skirt posterPoster design for the Ink Pot Arts production of Angela Betzien’s Children of the Black Skirt:

A group of lost children stumble across an abandoned orphanage in the Australian bush. They become trapped in a timeless world, haunted by spirits from the past. These stories, told by award-winning playwright Angela Betzien and performed by Ink Pot Arts’ youth acting ensemble, take us on a journey through the darker side of our Australian history.

The play has a very mature theme and storyline, and a darkly gothic tone, which I’ve captured within my colour and typography choices. ‘Black Skirt’ was hand lettered and features both points and loops to represent the youthful characters and their situation, and the main supporting font used is Aeterna – a great small caps typeface in old style figures that nicely balances my custom hand lettering and supports the gothic feel.

A group of lost children stumble across an abandoned orphanage in the Australian bush. They become trapped in a timeless world, haunted by spirits from the past. These stories, told by award-winning playwright Angela Betzien and performed by Ink Pot Arts’ youth acting ensemble, take us on a journey through the darker side of our Australian history. – See more at: http://whatsoninadelaide.net.au/event/children-black-skirt-written-angela-betzien-performed-ink-pot-arts-youth-ensemble/2014-08-01/#sthash.gYu4eGik.dpuf
A group of lost children stumble across an abandoned orphanage in the Australian bush. They become trapped in a timeless world, haunted by spirits from the past. These stories, told by award-winning playwright Angela Betzien and performed by Ink Pot Arts’ youth acting ensemble, take us on a journey through the darker side of our Australian history. – See more at: http://whatsoninadelaide.net.au/event/children-black-skirt-written-angela-betzien-performed-ink-pot-arts-youth-ensemble/2014-08-01/#sthash.3Nyl268M.dpuf
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