A commissioned project for an off-Broadway play, "What We're Up Against" by Therea Rebeck. The two key players in this production, Ms. Wolff and Ms. Hickman contacted me for assisting in creating the promotional materials for their adaptation of this play. The narrative involves a modern-day architecture firm, the women who work in it, and sociological and gender situations like the glass ceiling and work ethics and behavior. With these themes, I went through various concepts but wound up working on what you see below: glass ceiling, woman worker in office surrounding, with pop-art touches.
Additional versions of the poster, made into postcards for distribution throughout places in New York City.
Below are various concept pitches that I relayed to the producers of this play. When given the premise and the play's themes, I explored the blue-print aesthetic (pertaining mainly to the architecture firm setting), as well as office culture, and then glass ceiling dynamics.
The play had a limited release during the last week of April 2016. It premiered at Shelter Studios in the Bridge Theater, based in midtown Manhattan. Looking forward to collaborating with this crew for future projects.