Eda Akaltun's illustrated BAFTA programmes
Akaltun was commissioned late last year by Studio Small to create illustrations to adorn BAFTA invitations as well as the programme covers. "There are five alternative covers each with an illustration that represents one of the five Best Film category nominations from this year's short list," she explains.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
"The idea was that they form a collectible set," she continues, "so although the films were very different they had to be tied together in a visual way. I was asked to tell a story about the film rather than just representing the main actor/actress."
And here are the two ticket designs Akaltun worked on with Studio Small:
The BAFTA Film Awards will be held on February 12, more info at bafta.org
See more of Akaltun's work at edosatwork.com
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these are phenomenal. sceptre are really missing a trick if they don't borrow this for the next cover of tinker tailor .....
wow these are just lush
I enjoyed staring at each of these in wonderment...
I support the use of lush to describe.
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