the last 
 five years 
 Poor Man's Players 
OBJECTIVE
process

To create the look and feel of a nomadic theater company's first show about a failed marriage told in chronological and reverse-chronological order. 

I was approached by the Poor Man's Theater company after designing their brand to help create graphics for their first show. They came to me after a failed attempt with another designer, and requested that I be inspired by Helen Frankenthaler for both collateral pieces to match their set design.

 

One of the unique aspects of the show is that it is a story told both in chronological order and reverse-chronological order. From that, I decided to paint a landscape in the style of Frankenthaler that represented both a sunrise and a sunset that played to the beginnings/endings show theme. The show program was fashioned as a wedding invitation because the climax of the show (where the two chronological storylines meet) is at the two protagonists' wedding.

 
 

Live it. Own it. Be it. Love it.

André Harris, Jr. // AH Design, Intl. 2020

 ANDRÉ HARRIS, Jr.