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This series of posters was designed for an exhibition at the Royal Shakespeare Company entitled Re-coding Shakespeare that was part of the London… Read More
This series of posters was designed for an exhibition at the Royal Shakespeare Company entitled Re-coding Shakespeare that was part of the London 2012 Festival. Read Less
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A visual interpretation of the most famous quote in theatre history.
The typography of the quote is used in an illustrative manner, depicting the human
form. The self-conflict element that is hidden in Shakespeare's words is represented
in the most simple way, an incesion of the human form that divides the typography
in two clear choices: To be or not to be? That is the question.
This project was selected and exhibited in the collaborative exhibition of the Royal Shakespeare Company and Central Saint Martins, entitled 'Re-Coding Shakespeare'. The exhibition was held at Stratford-upon-Avon and was part of the London 2012 Festival and World Shakespeare Festival.
Part of the artwork was also used in promotional material by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Learn more about the project here
 
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