the above is a web version, click to see full size poster
enough talking about life and the people, let’s get to the dirty part, the visual, starting by the simplest. the background is a photograph of an old window covered with dust. the dust was carefully cleaned from the window to create the word Vitrine.
then comes the faces, thanks to David Habchy‘s vision and photoshop 😉 we were able to transform the photographs of Aida and Joulia into mannequins. not to forget Hanan Kaï, Elias Moubarak, and William Choukeir‘s participation in the visual and the concept. talking about the concept, those of you who are wondering why the two mannequins are looking at each other, each from a side of the poster? the idea is that each of them is coming from a different background a different perception of life, they have been into different experiences. Vitrine is the interaction happening between the two of them. am not gona talk more and ruin the play. go and watch it. the script is amazing, the concept too. no need to talk about Aïda and Joulia, and i guess i said enough about Nehmeh and the crew. and to excite you even more, new techniques are featured in that play… no details… go and watch it 😀
the play is in Al Madina theatre, Hamra (tel 01-753010/1)
every thusday friday saturday and sunday. starting 8/1/2010 at 8:30
you can join the group on facebook
next are some applications and the posters in hamra