Work-in-progress – the poster

One of the things I like about blogging projects like this is that you don’t need to pretend to be all finished and polished – you get to show what goes on behind the curtain. So although he’s still working on the design, here’s the drawing my talented friend Iain Robinson has done for the poster.

A somewhat '60s, somewhat fairytale-looking picture of a river scene, with text, 'Tales from the River.  A storytelling journey along the River Trent, from the source to the sea. A performance, with a chance to a chat afterwards, because everybody has a story...  https://talesfromtheriver.wordpress.com/'

I absolutely love it. What do you think? Any suggestions?

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  1. As people have pointed out on twitter, there’s a spare ‘A’ in ‘a chance to a chat afterwards’, and also prob best to lose the space in ‘afterwards’, but otherwise, v positive feedback. Cheers all!
    Iain, you are a very talented man.

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