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A series of pieces I made for fictional dubstep ballet troupe Aubrietia.
La Rose, la Violette, et le Papillon
This was the final project of my 2011 graphic design diploma; we were allowed to do whatever we wanted, so I chose to make up a dance troupe and produce some products for them for their next production.
I gave them the name 'Aubrietia'. An aubrietia is a type of flower found in the United Kingdom, where this group was to hail from. The were unique in the fact that they were a dubstep ballet company, and the pieces I made had to reflect both the electronic, manufactured aspect of the dubstep, and the graceful, fluid, and beautiful constituents of ballet.
For this, I designed them a logo, an A1 poster, a programme, a newspaper advertisement, and an album containing the music they'd use.
The purple pieces represent the aubrietia flower, which is purple and has four petals.
The poster, at 17% original size. The QR code will take you to, but as that site does not exist, you'll probably just get an error.
I decided to use Walker Crisps and Noble cars as the 'sponsors', as they are both from Yorkshire, where I decided Aubrietia would be from too.
A close up section of the poster.
The programme. This would be bought by the customer before the start of the ballet.
The newspaper advertisement.
The cover of the sleeve for the CD. I originally printed this on reflective silvery paper.
Reverse side of the cover below.
The four page booklet.
The A1 poster I pinned up at school so all I can see.