Some promotional banners for the theatrical production of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe that I designed (see previous posts). These banners are composed of three translucent layers of fabric, which all combine to create the image you see above. This effect mimics the set design’s translucent curtains, and adds an air of whimsy to the ads. The figures you see are the White Witch and Aslan.
Some set designs for a theatrical production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Taking this story on as a theatrical production was a challenge- there are so many scene changes that the set would have to be versatile. So I designed the set as a series of translucent curtains, able to be moved across the stage, facilitating scene changes and making Narnia seem vast (walking through the woods is no longer limited to one set). Some of the curtains would have wireframes, allowing characters to be supported by them (see the second and third scenes).
I did some spot illustrations for Albert Ostman’s sasquatch story. He was abducted for several days by a family of sasquatches and made a dramatic escape. In his tale, the sasquatches come off as peaceful, friendly creatures. I pushed that a bit further, making them quite civilized, complete with period hairstyles (apparently the woman-sasquatch had bangs) and furnishings. So these satirical illustrations show a sceptic’s view of his story, but you should check it out for yourself.