Our poster was inspired by brutalist propaganda of the mid-twentieth century, particularly that of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. The show is a satire on the British psyche and the intransigence of the British mindset, and our brilliant artist and designer Georgia Bradley has combined these themes with an image that would be at home in Pravda or Neues Deutschland. The bold colour scheme reflects the bold and provocative nature of our sketches, and Georgia has captured the likenesses of the cast in their stern, brutalist poses. Oh, and Matt Howell is on the end pulling a stupid face.
- Georgia Bradley
- Horrigan & Howell
- Horrigan & Howell: A Sketch Too Far