Deanna Halsall Lines Up a Summer of Plays in Emotive Posters

Working on a project to promote the 2016 summer lineup of plays for the Royal Exchange theatre, Deanna Halsall created suitably emotive imagery for iconic plays such as King Lear and The Night Watch.

She uses subtle shading and gradients throughout, although they are equally striking for her though-out compositions and engaging ideas.

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While Deanna’s website is undergoing some maintenance, you can head over to her Behance page to see more of her work.

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© Deanna Halsall, 2016

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