The final poster for “Inferno” put together by Broken Glass Productions. I had a lot of fun with this. The play focuses pretty heavily on technology, so I wanted to bring that across with out hitting you over the head with it. I decided to play a bit with the iPod aids. I went with the bold colors, but instead of a black figure, I went with white. I wanted to show that Dante and Virgil aren’t really a part of this world. They’re being drawn to the gates of hell–and to New York.
If you’re in New York Easter weekend, be sure to check out this awesome show. There are more details on their website.
And if you are in PA for Easter weekend, be sure to come check out “Jesus Christ Super Star” at the Keswick theater.
Kevin Smith has always been a hero of mine. I’ve grown up watching his movies. I even have a dog named Brodie Bruce
Last night I finally had the chance to catch his show at a local theater. It was incredibly funny, and I encourage anyone who has the opportunity to try to see him. Not only is he funny, but he is also very nice.
To show my appreciation for his work and how much he has inspired me, I drew this picture for him. By time the show ended, it was past eleven and getting rather cold out. I think I was the only girl waiting by the stage door. The lone female in a sea of fan boys. Standing on a gentle slope in heels for an hour is a work out. But, I toughed it out.
Kevin didn’t make it out the stage door before I left, but Jason Mewes did. Not only did he sign my sketch book, but he took the sketch to give to Kevin Smith. I wish I had known he would be there, I would have made him a print. He is a very upstanding gentleman and took the picture right on to the tour bus.
I personalized this for Kevin Smith, but I was also very proud of the piece, so I wanted to share it with all of you, as well.