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© 2013  Aad Goudappel  |  Illustrator  |  +31(0)615303587

Type: Advertising illustration
Client: Utrecht City Theatre
Art Direction: Marieke Griffioen (EdenSpiekermann)
Publication Size: Several sizes
Awards: Silver Medal Society of Illustrators, Bronze Medal 3x3 Pro Show, Communication Arts,
American Illustration, Association of illustrators, Archive's 200 Best illustrators Worldwide

About:  illustrations from a series for the brochure of Utrecht City Theatre. Each illustration represents an aspect of the programm like "Opera' 'Music' 'Cabaret' etc. The illustration of the Gorilla represents 'Dance' and was used broadly to communicate the season opening and was awarded a silver medal from the Society of illustrators