This is the result of the first brief of my second year. We were asked to produce an image to advertise a 2017 film telling the story of Frankenstein.
Given the date of the film, I wanted to portray a modern version of Shelley's novel. I used clean, geometric shapes for the main image to represent the advances in science whilst using a collage of screen prints made using mixtures of fake blood, compost and charcoal as an ode to the original monster. I also used Baskerville, a typeface created at a similar time to the novel, as another way of acknowledging Shelley's work.