Povilas Gavorka Illustrates his Play by Showcasing a Man Sketching Himself

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Mar 11, 2013 • References: powiliux.cgsociety.org & adsoftheworld
Working in collaboration with the advertising agency Love, Illustrator Povilas Gavorka was able to create a striking poster using sketches for the play 'Diary of.' It's based on Russian writer Nikolai Gogol's story 'A Madman,' and is about a character who builds himself in his pursuit of trying to answer profound questions in life.

Gavorka illustrated a half-drawn man in the process of sketching himself. The artwork expresses the perfect literal imagery of what the play is about - a man trying to constantly build up who he is. Theater plays need eye-catching posters in order to draw in audiences, because they lack the type of big budget marketing opportunities that big-name movies and TV shows have.

Povilas Gavorka has done a marvelous job of grabbing an audience's attention through this skillful poster illustration. Stats for Self-Sketching Posters Trending: Older & Warm
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Concept: Love, Vilnius, Lithuania
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