Seven posters

Between 2010 and 2013 I designed a range of concert poster for the Delft baroque chamber music society ‘choir’.

poster-jp
2010, A2

The first concert that was big enough to need a ‘real’ poster. At the time, I wrote a blog post about the design of this poster, describing the search for a visual and the choices I made for the information design. You can read it here.

poster-mozart
2011, A3

A slightly smaller project without a real crowd pleaser in the program. However, people do tend to know Mozart. And the next project we did was again a bigger one with the ultimate crowd pleaser: Mozart Requiem.

poster-mozart-requiem
2011, A2 and A0
poster-mp
2012, A2 and A0

After designing the poster for the Matthew Passion, I wrote a blog post about this specific design, the use of the Velasquez painting as a starting point and the considerations for logo placements. You can read about it here.

poster-haydn
2013, A2

Two smaller projects followed. The Beethoven poster was more an exercise in typography and rhythm than anything else really. The Oxford concert was more focussed around a theme that could be visualised. It was only flyers and digital material for this project.

poster-oxford
2014, digital flyer
poster-hohe-messe
2014, A2 and A0

The last poster I created for a choir concert was Bach’s Hohe Messe. A baroque masterpiece of unprecedented virtuosity.