This is a poster designed for the classic film, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" The movie was full of raw chaotic emotions. To illustrate this, icons from several scenes were illustrated and placed on a whirlwind to denote the chaos. A photograph of a broken glass pane was dropped behind this, and adjusted to fit the feel of the film. The yellow denotes the free-flowing booze used throughout the film, and the magenta Saul Bass inspired font was created to stand in contrast to the yellow, while lending to the 1950s era in which the motion picture takes place.
Thumbnails from the project show the creative process of this piece.