Theatre poster of the week, Hamlet.
Theatre poster of the week, See How They Run.
Theatre poster of the week, The Comedy of Errors.
Theatre poster of the week, Grace
I’m Lead Artist for this gorgeous game, the first game from the inventor of Apples to Apples in more than a decade!
It’s a joy to be working with such an accomplished team. Integrating, art, theme, design and gameplay is crucial to creating an immersive and intuitive player experience. Happily, Elbowfish seems to have gathered the right folks to bring those elements together and make this game great.
Please consider backing this lovely game!
Here is a bit from Elbowfish:
Kickstarter Launch for Shipwrecked From Apples to Apples Inventor Matt Kirby
Creative team includes award-winning artists Lee Moyer and Lyla Warren, designer Andrew Mayer
PORTLAND, OR, AUGUST 1, 2017 — Creative studio Elbowfish has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Shipwrecked, “the fast, fun board game of bananas, bidding, monkeys and mayhem,” from Apples to Apples® inventor Matt Kirby. This is Matt Kirby’s first new game in over a decade and is highly anticipated.
The Kickstarter campaign can be reached via https://elbowfish.com/shipwrecked
You are marooned on an uncharted island that is littered with battered and broken vessels. The sole survivor of your crew, you must repair your damaged ship to escape back home. Unfortunately, all the ships have been stripped of vital parts by a gang of motley monkeys, led by the wily Captain Coconuts, a former pirate mascot. You’ll have to out-bid (and out-smart) the castaways from other ships in the Captain’s multi-tiered auctions. Win what you need to rebuild your ship and you’ll sail away to victory.
Shipwrecked is a fast-paced bidding and set-collection game for two to five players. It is accessible and easy to learn, yet rewards clever strategy.
The game’s unique retro look, reminiscent of Sailor Jerry tattoos and 1930’s cartoons, complements the game’s desert island castaway theme. A creative team of award-winning veterans collaborated on the game, including Lead Artist Lee Moyer, Illustrator Lyla Warren, Game Designer and Elbowfish Creative Director Andrew Mayer, and Producer David Galiel, CEO and founder of Elbowfish.
Elbowfish CEO David Galiel: “Shipwrecked is a well-crafted, engaging and accessible game for a broad audience, featuring high production values and a unique art style. Gameplay and theme are perfectly matched. I suspect that this is just the beginning for the wily Captain Coconuts and his gang of motley monkeys.”
Shipwrecked — the fast, fun board game of bananas, bidding, monkeys and mayhem.
Genre: Auction and Set-Collection Board Game.
Ages 14+, 2-5 players, 30-45 minutes.
Elbowfish LLC (https://elbowfish.com) is a creative studio that designs, develops and publishes well-crafted games for a broad audience across all media. Titles include the award-winning Antimatter Matters: A Quantum Physics Board Game (Really!) and JUX, a collaborative storytelling game for creative thinkers.
Name: David Galiel
Apples To Apples® trademark and trade dress are owned by Mattel, Inc.
No association between Mattel, Inc. and Elbowfish, LLC is implied or intended.
Antimatter Matters, JUX , Shipwrecked and Captain Coconuts are trademarks and copyrighted properties of Elbowfish LLC. Elbowfish and Play Matters are trademarks of Elbowfish LLC.
All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders.
Theatre poster of the week, 1776
What could be more iconic than Independence Hall? Well, it turns out that 1776 is one of the (startlingly many) plays where research revealed a surprising result – it turns out that the famous hall lost it’s original top, and that the version we know is physically different and definitely came later that 1776.
Cover reveal! Here is the cover I did for Seanan McGuire’s Tricks for Free. Book seven in the InCryptid series. It releases March 2018 with DAW.
Theatre poster of the week, Dead Funny
Theatre poster of the week, She Loves Me.
Megan Lara’s work came to my attention with her amazing posters for the cast of Firefly.
Her work has character (probably because she is herself a character and avid cosplayer), and she loves the forms of many past artists- from Mucha (my favorite, natch) to de Lempicka and the low art of tattoos and t-shirts. I hope that she enjoys creating the nerdy work as much as I love to see it.