For this Poster Monday spot we have a poster entitled “Monologue” from the previously featured designer Rasool Haghjoo from Iran. Rasool was born in Tehran in 1981. He is a member of ITPODA Iranian Theater Poster Designer and a Member of ICOGRADA-IDA IRAN, and has great experience designing posters for theater like the one we present today.
The poster “Monologue” is a theater poster, for a play written by Harold Pinter. Rasool achieves an accurate synthesis of the play, finding the perfect balance between what can be counted and what should be left to the imagination in a theater poster, so that afterwards the spectator completes the story in the stage. The Story is about a cold blooded lonely man, who recalls his memories. He presents a character full of reproaches, where words dominate the action and takes us through a journey where the character explains to us what he had and what he lost, his yearnings and desires, passing from tenderness to anger, from beautiful memory of love to what is lost. A dramatic journey through a past of lights and shadows not completely overcome. “I used an old useless electric kettle, to show his cold and unhappy face” says Rasool.
We invite you to take a look at the amazing work from Rasool by visiting his personal website.
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