Set in the 1930’s, Shattered Globe Theatre’s production of “Hyde in Hollywood” tells the tale of Julian Hyde, a famous actor/director/producer with a secret. When a columnist tries to destroy him by revealing his secret, Hyde declares war. His weapon of choice – the media.
To advertise the play, lead actor Steve Key struck an expressive pose and the resulting poster was printed with references to cheap, era-specific production, including flat-tint duotones, coarse halftone dots and intentional bad registration.
Printed by Sonnenzimmer.