He Died with a Felafel in his Hand

Felafel Program So it’s been a bit quiet here lately, mainly because I’ve been quite busy as of late putting together some sketches and drawings for a Brisbane production of ‘He died with a Felafel in his hand’.  I was asked to do a series of sketches for the program, to possibly go up around the foyer, and to bet put on some merchendise.  The play is based on the book by ‘John Birmingham‘, and is directed by the lovely ‘Natalie Bochenski’.

Opening night was on friday night, and it was absolutely wonderful.  They had a great audience, and everyone seemed to really enjoy it (I know I most certainly did, and will be heading back this week to check it out again ).

I highly recommend anyone in brisbane to head along to the lovely little theatre on Petrie Terrace, and check out the play.  It runs a total of 18 shows from now until the 2nd of May ( Usually Thurs, Fri, and Saturday nights ).  If you do go, not only will you see a wonderfully hilarious show – But you’ll also see such fabulous* artwork such as this :




And of course, there are more artworks there, and more to come! I’ll post some more here in the coming weeks.

– aA.

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I'm a 28 year old Designer from Brisbane, Australia. I've got a keen interest in Motion Graphics, Illustration, and Game Design. View all posts by aA

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