Below is a collection of my favourite posters I’ve designed for various events and tours. While the below showcases the primary poster, most events and tours also required a suite of social media assets to be created, and some also required large format outdoor artwork.
Daniel Sloss’s art aimed to be simple & clear, using a visual pun through the faux silver treatment.
Rhys Nicholson was inspired by modernist 1960s design, resulting in a poster that allowed the photography to shine.
Wanting to visually experiment, Matt Okine wanted bold colours and statement typography.
Based on the idea of internal voices, Tom Armstrong wanted a poster that explores the themes of his show through surreal image manipulation.
Becky Lucas requested a contemporary fashion angle to her design, creating a visual joke paired with her show title.
Cameron James request a poster that played off 80s visual trends, while also referencing the content in his show.
Michelle Brasier’s art aimed to be clean and type heavy, but with a hint of personality through subtle illustration.
Gen Fricker wanted a powerful poster that included multiple design trends, reinforcing her contemporary comedic style.
Rhys Nicholson wanted a minimal poster, with as much white space as practical – his way of standing out in the comedy scene.
Becky Lucas wanted to use similar handwritten typography to previous designs, while starting to move toward a cleaner visual brand.
Demi Lardner request a design inspired by fantasy novels, creating a visual look as absurd and over-the-top as her comedy.
Brennan Reece’s art presented a design challenge, resulted in a heavy image treatment that explored the duality of happy & sad through image quality.
Chris Ryan requested a bold, yet clean poster. She wanted the poster to tell the story of her show, while positioning her as a polished comedian.
After experimenting with his design the year previously, Matt wanted to return to clean typography and a simple design.
By using custom spray painted typography, treated in a faux gold finish, this poster is both grungy and polished.
This poster uses contemporary design trends to modernise the rap duo.