Posters OlderNewer Posters Visual Design – Posters ComedySportz–the family friendly show known to punish raunchy humor with a brown bag over the performer’s head–sometimes needs to let off a little steam. “Blue Thursday” allowed groups and performers uncensored, decidedly family-un-friendly comedy fare. It was with this in mind that I drew the devil Smurf, an homage to Peyo’s classic three apple high humanoids. Molly Ann Hale giggles next to the flat spaceship filled with aliens that mailed themselves to the Earth. Molly kindly allowed me to digitally alter her picture to appear as small as her character, who took responsibility for chaperoning and ultimately saving our visitors from another world. Tom Farnan, the face of Velvet Tom, found his voice and unique comedy style after buying a red smoking jacket at a secondhand store, prompting the creation of a washed up lounge lizard. Sometimes in print, full color is a waste and the addition of a tasteful second color is all you need. Digital brush strokes add to the sense of age and wear. Digitally drawn poster for Bob Ladewig’s adaptation of Jon Scieszka’s work including “The Stinky Cheese Man” and “The Real Story of the Three Little Pigs.” Giants stand next to paranoid chickens while the Big Bad Wolf lectures about the importance of proper cold care.